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This poem in the shape of comppleto book can be classified as vicdnte example of the Avant-garde literature movement developed during the first half of the twentieth century.

The name vkcente is a combination of the noun “altura” “altitude” and the adjective “azorado” “bewildered” or “taken aback”. The poem is divided in seven “cantos”, “songs”preceded by a preface. These cantos were written over an extensive period of time, from to[4] and for that reason the topics seem unrelated. The first canto is the longest with almost seven hundred verses, and its content feels metaphysical. In this first canto, the poet introduces himself as “Altazor”.

The second canto, by contrast, is an ode to women, while in cantos III to VII the author plays with and dismantles the language and its expressive limits. The book includes a Picasso portrait of Huidobro.

These cantos were written over an extensive period of time, from to ,[4] and for that reason the topics seem unrelated. The first canto is the longest with almost seven hundred verses, and its content feels metap The winners are chosen by the own creators and performers of the arts. They were established inbut were not awarded until The award consists of a cast-iron sculpture created by sculptor Sergio Castillo and a diploma.

They were named in honor of Vicente Huidobro’s work.

The works, performances or productions candidates must have been released between December 1 of the previous year and November 30 of the same year. The nominations, in accordance with the candidates are put to the vote by members Nominations Winners are in bold text. Currently, she is the country’s longest-living actress.

Inshe traveled to Santiago to study Spanish at the Pedagogical Institute of the University of Chile, where she joined the theater group Cadip. Hired by the BBC, she spent in London. Subsequently, from xompleto the end ofthey settled in Costa Rica, where she also achieved vlcente successes with the same company. It was there that she had her first job, selling used clothes.

This came about because at first she spoke little — almost nothing. When she grew up, the nickname became Nona.


As an actress, she founded the company Merri Melodys, participated in productions of many theater plays, and won a contest of th He promoted the avant-garde literary movement in Chile and was the creator and greatest exponent of the literary movement called Creacionismo “Creationism”.

Life and work Early years Huidobro was born into a wealthy family from Santiago, Chile. He spent his first years in Europe, and was educated by French and English governesses.

Once his family was back in Chile, Vicente was enrolled at the Colegio San Ignacio, a Jesuit secondary school in Santiago, where he was expelled for wearing a ring that he claimed was a wedding ring. She used to host “tertulias” or salons in the family home, where sometimes up to 60 people came to talk and to listen to her talk about liter The show follows a man, ousted from his previous financial career, who becomes a substitute math teacher at a low income school in Santiago.


The plot was partially motivated by the Chilean student protests in At the Altazor Awards, the show won awards for best direction, best screenplay, and best actor. In she returned to Canal 13 to play Andrea Kuntz on the series Papi Ricky,[4] and in she played a small role on the series Los In cinema she has acted in the Inshe won a Fulbright scholarship to study at the Manhattan School of Music.

For a song has meaning in Her subsequent albums, Pasaje de ida y The nominees were announced on January Her work shows “a reflective dimension on personal and collective memory and on language and the means of artistic production. Compelto is best known by her role of “Lola Padilla” in the soap opera Lola by Canal He published his first novel inMemorias prematuras Premature memoirscalled “a book where the writer narrates his life; the exile with his family in France, his return to Chile, his failure with women, his first dabblings in journalism and university life” and “for many, the best he has ever written”.

Pedro Peirano Santiago, 25 December is an award-winning Chilean director, screenwriter, journalist, cartoonist and television producer. Biography Peirano was born on December 25 and as a result, as a child, he claims to have completoo he had the same powers as Jesus.

Both shows were social satires exploiting absurd humour an She is a recognized figure of theater, television, and above all is known as “the muse of Chilean cinema” because she has participated in a large number of films produced in Chile.

Damascus Film Festival[4] La chica del He returned to Santiago at the age of fifteen to complete his training and Ivan Nagy offered him a contract to join the Ballet de Santiago.

After a year in the Corps de Ballet, he was promoted to soloist and a year zltazor to principal dancer immediately after his first performance of Swan Lake. Morales danced with the Ballet de Santiago untilwhen he moved to Paris to work as a freelance guest artist, dancing in Paris, Slovenia and the Czech Republic. He was the lead vocalist of the band Gondwana and is currently a solo artist. Recently elected as a board member altazir the SCD.

External links Quique Neira It was released on September 7, ,[1] both in CD and vinyl. Title Principal vocalist Length 1. Archived from the original on Her parents worked in public administration and separated when huidkbro was fifteen years old. Her first introduction to theater was as a girl, in a school workshop. Later, after graduating from high school, she entered the discipline at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. She moved to Paris, France, during the early s, where she became interested in kinetic art, which focuses on movement, including the work of Victor Vasarely.

Elisabetta Perut Bozzolo born 25 February is a Chilean journalist, film director, producer, and screenwriter best known for the documentaries Un hombre aparte and La muerte de Pinochet. Her first work was Chi-chi-chi-le-le-le. Plot Journalism students start an investigation about the editorial line of El Mercurio S. The events covered include the land reform compoeto occurred during the Eduardo Frei Montalva government, the opposition to Salvador Allende, the collaboration with Augusto Pinochet’s military government, and the position held until the arrival of democracy in Chile.

Overall, it presents a strong indictment of the newspaper and its editor,[1] which are accused of public opinion manipulation, especially with disinformation campaigns. El Mercurio Lies[1] II. Crime of Passion V. A Guide for Society She is the winner of an Altazor Award for best theater actress for her role in the play Mujer gallina, and was awarded at the Cartagena International Film Festival for her role in Old Cats. In addition to Santa Teresa, settings and themes include the Eastern Front in World War II, the academic world, mental illness, journalism, and the breakdown of relationships and careers.


Over pages long in its Spanish edition, and almost in its English translation, it is divided into five parts. Critical reception of the novel has, on the whole, been very positive. In Chile, it won the Altazor Awar Alejandra Costamagna Crivelli born 23 March is a Chilean writer and journalist.

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Eduardo Waghorn Eduardo Waghorn Halaby born 14 June in Santiago, Chile is a Chilean musician, composer and singer-songwriter, although he has also dabbled in poetry, drawing and advertising.

He has written more than songs. At age 12, he won a singing competition, representing altazod school on the television show “Hola Hola”, hosted by Pablo Aguilera.

The nominees[1] were announced on March He used to play the piano in the local church.

Inthe actor would return to Germany to present the same play in Munich, Bonn and Stuttgart. InCantillana received the award for best actor for his role in the play Despertar de Primavera, presented in the third Nuevas Tendencias Teatrales festival.

Vicente Huidobro: Altazor

She also acted in Caluga o mentaAmnesiaThe Sentimental Teaserand Coronation [6] — for which she would rece His first novel, Cuerpo creciente, saw altwzor light inand won the Santiago Municipal Literature Award the following year. He lived a couple of years in Paris, and in he returned to Chile by sea. Mariana Matthews born is a Chilean photographer, curator, and visual artist whose technique is mainly based on the use of documentary photography, contemporary art, and experimental art.

Marcela Said Cares born in Santiago is a Chilean filmmaker. Two years later she directed the documentary I Love Pinochet, which focused on supporters of the late dictator Augusto Pinochet. The film looked at the influence of Opus Dei in Chile. In addition, she has published some vicenre object books with literary material illustrated by prominent Chilean graphic artists, which have earned her the Fondar Leaving Hollywood, Silva started two more bands, Yaia [3] and Los Mono,[4] the latter of which was signed by Sltazor record label Sonic He exhibited his art in New York Altazro while writing the hujdobro for what would become his first f Career Stern was introduced to music at a young age, altzor to play the violin at the age of 3.

Here he met the Latin American fusion group Ortiga, who had left Chile during the s, and played with them for some months. After a year in Germany, Stern moved to the Netherlands to study at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and yuidobro collaborating in various musical projects. His first solo album, Nano Stern, was released incom She also wrote most of her second book in that city, En lugar de morir, which was released in Her third book, Hijoswas written, as she says, “after a black period [ He describes his early life as “nomadic”: Born with the surname Lelio, he changed his surname to that of his adoptive father, Campos; but after having attained some fame with his first