Saturday, July 03, 2010

Born in the 1920's, famous in the 50's and today slightly deaf, sometimes in a wheel chair, still at work in their studios, they are the veterans of the art world and the subject of my new book with Robert Murphy. Meet Sergio de Castro. Painter, composer, born in Buenos Aires in 1922. A student of Manuel de Falla and of Joaquin Torres before setting in Paris in 1951 where I photographed him last week.

2 comments:

little augury said...

a maze. I am trying to piece some of this space together, I will have to see more and looks to be worth the wait. pgt

Rutger Floor said...

Creation is the meaning of life