Ferreira Gullar in conversation with/en conversación con Ariel Jiménez, the fifth book in the Conversaciones/Conversations series, presents a vivid portrait of Ferreira Gullar, an art critic, political essayist, playwright and poet who has been a key and controversial figure in the Brazilian cultural scene for the past 60 years and includes an introductory essay by Weydson Leal.
Ferreira Gullar was born in 1930 in São Luís, Maranhão, Brazil. His poetic production has been closely intertwined with his work as an art critic. From his first major collection of poems, published in 1954, to his Concrete and Neoconcrete work, published from 1957 to 1959 (and including the important 1959 works “Neoconcrete Manifesto” and “Theory of the Non-Object”), Gullar’s writings are essential to the history of Brazilian and Latin American literature, deeply influencing generations of artists.
The e-book edition includes videos of Gullar reading excerpts of his poems in his studio in Copacabana; a previously unpublished anthology of Gullar’s poems translated into English by Leland Guyer, An Ordinary Man, which includes a full translation of the epic poem “Poema sujo” et al.
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