Exploring memory, trauma and music: A talk with writer Andrés Neuman
PAST EVENTS: TALKING ART AND FICTION WITH
SPANISH AUTHOR JUAN TALLÓN
Author and journalist JUAN TALLÓN joined The Write Salon for an evening of discussion about his latest novel Obra Maestra, a fictional investigation of an art world scandal: the incredible disappearance of a 38 ton Richard Serra sculpture from the Reina Sofía Museum collection. Tallón was in conversation with journalist and art historian AMANDA KELLY at the fabulous Fahrenheit Madrid gallery. A few snapshots from the lively gathering below.
BACK IN JULY: WAR, FASCISM AND THE INTERNATIONAL BRIGADES WITH GILES TREMLETT
We had a blast at our first in person event in two years! Here are some snapshots from the sold out event with Historian Giles Tremlett and foreign correspondent Pallavi Aiyar at the Secret Kingdoms bookstore in Madrid! Thank you to all for coming out and sharing this deep dive into history, activism, and the complicated legacy of the Spanish civil war.
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