Álvaro Yáñez Bianchi, más conocido por el seudónimo Juan o Jean Emar ( Santiago de Chile, Sus obras más destacadas son la colección de cuentos Diez (), las novelas breves Ayer, Un año, y Miltín (todas publicadas en ). Juan Emar has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings. Juan Emar’s most popular book is Ayer. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Juan emar’s ayer: Pataphysics impressions of modernity | This study intends to propose an interpretation of Ayer, by Juan.
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I started right in on the art of good painting, saying to my friend:. Then I looked at my hands, wanting to see some part of me that was alive in that studio. Jkan I feel, why deny it, a strong disquiet.
And some of these latter like to dress in red. When he saw us from behind his canvas, he approached us. Scarcely one or two little red flowers. He is thirty-one years juwn, given that he has painted for twenty-four years, and that he has painted since he was seven.
And the green of our friend. Lucuma fruit with cream. I saw only some small, fleeting greens, fatuous fires that mischievously wander the streets of this city and all cities. We fell silent, the three of us smoking. I have no more than one, one and only one. Help WWB bring you the best new writing from around the world. Where do greens rise up simultaneously, twinkling as well, correspondingly changeful—since every shade of one demands the exact shade of the other—so that balance can be maintained?
But, I tell you, this is not what knowing is, you have not gotten inside your green.
Books by Juan Emar
Is it possible to paint like this? His jaguar features remained unchanged. He did not sneeze or cough. Those of all emxr hours of the day and of the night; those of all the years of history. And so, I have no pleasure. As soon as life offers us another occasion, we will be delighted to come again. And we went in. Life circulates through, it can circulate, thanks to its having something through which to circulate. The remaining ten percent, as it poured out of him, was a bit empty and very kindhearted.
And so, allow me one more word. And this, I believe, is sufficient to pay the respect that my friend deserves.
Books by Juan Emar (Author of Ayer)
He offered us seats. While my wife and I were there contemplating the paintings, with our friend behind us, his hands lifted, a toucan belonging to an elderly neighbor lady let out its wild song. We sat down once again. But, what happens if you take the canvases and go out into the streets, to a gallery show, for example?
The viewers will leave with their pupils full of senselessness.
If you take your paintings out of here a large part of the reds will have nothing more to do, they will lose their objective, the environment that envelops them will be different. I will only say, to aid the better understanding of the canvases, that each red leaned, according to necessity, toward a blackish maroon on one side, toward a garish vermillion on the other; it gave in submissively, faithfully, with a love so great for the multitude of greens that surrounded it, that even its very shape took part in that perfect bipolarity.
The leaves turn the light green. Such a thing cannot last; from seeing so much green, you will stop seeing that very green. By arrangement with the estate of Juan Emar. The frosted glass turns the green aquatic. Good for the bourgeois. That is what I do with my paintings here in my studio, my friends.
From “Ayer” – Words Without Borders
I will try to explain them. Then, among the rings of smoke, I began to examine my dear old friend.
And of him and I. Then we would turn, alternating right and left, after something, anything.