Gabo


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Gabo

Naum , original name Naum Neemia Pevsner. 1890--1977, US sculptor, born in Russia: a leading constructivist
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Villanueva said one of the students had confronted Gabo over an argument during a basketball game on Sunday.
Collado finished with 16 points while Gabo tallied 13 as the two new recruits guided the new look Steel squad to victory.
This section ends with Hector Hoyos's reading of ice in Cien anosas first page as a form of rigid materiality that has become an emblem of Gabo's canonic status.
Entre extranos sucesos conoci al Gabo desde la distancia, y con el, confirme mi fuerte deseo por la escritura y por desnudar el alma en cada pagina en blanco.
Gabo is picture of a man with several dimensions with remarkable feats and achievements but above all a man of reality.
First film Screening of the Cinema festival 'Gabo: the magic of Reality' would also be organized at Auditorium of PNCA.
Initially inspired by Cubism, Russianborn Gabo (1890 - 1977) became one of the leading exponents of a revolutionary form of abstract sculpture known as Constructivism, whereby the object was constructed from individual elements, as opposed to being carved or modelled in the traditional manner.
Shakira Gabo, 22 Shakira's crop top is from River Island, pants are from New Look, sandals from Topshop, bag from Primark and necklace Dorothy Perkins.
Multiple murals honour the author affectionately known as Gabo: a naked statue celebrates Remedios the Beauty, who shunned clothing and convention.
El periodista y editor de Fin de semana murio en 1963, cuando Gabo ya habia publicado las novelas La hojarasca, El coronel no tiene quien le escriba y La mala hora, asi como el libro de cuentos Los funerales de la Mama Grande.
Ya de adulta lo vi muchas veces, la primera fue regresando con Gabo de la Escuela Internacional de Cine.
Les preparatifs allaient bon train pour la ceremonie d'hommage a [beaucoup moins que] Gabo [beaucoup plus grand que], surnom affectueux de l'ecrivain dans le Claustro de la Merced (cloitre de la grace).