• Name: L'espant
  • Author: Manuel Andreu
  • Information: Ferro. 300 x 150 x 50 cm Comment on the work: Old road from Gandesa to Bot, where for a time it was dangerous to travel because of bandits. Biography: I saw the sea for the first time when she was three years. My parents and I were coming in by train from Aragon. The year was 1948. All my life I was self-taught in the sense that teachers were not present during classes, and I had to fend for myself to play their lessons, but were the best: Van Gogh, Cézanne, Picasso, Galileo, Marie Curie, Richard Dawkins ... I went through college, but soon I realized I could never be a good philosopher, or find the answer to the arrow of time always in the same direction. I have also written and il·illustrated some books: "Before I forget", 24 hours", "The Apprentice human", "After the final", i "The madness of Dr. Cohen". I posted: "Hidden life of an exile" (Gregal) i “Barcelona. Poble Sec / Montjuïc " (city ​​Hall of Barcelona). I took part in the first five art biennials in Corbera d’Ebre- Human rights. I also made the letter X in the Abbey of Freedom in the Poble Vell of Corbera d’Ebre.
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