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This YouTube video is a retrospective of the work of Spanish painter Maruja Mallo. Mallo is best known for her surrealist paintings of animals and plants in an expressive, colorful style. The video features interviews with Mallo's friends and contemporaries, and highlights her most famous paintings.

  • 00:00:00 This YouTube video is about a Spanish artist, Maruja Mallo, whose life and work is profiled. Mallo is known for her paintings of everyday life, which are infused with art and life. She studied at the Madrid School of Fine Arts, where she was taught by Salvador Dali and Cecilio Pla. Mallo also talks about her experiences and influences with other Spanish artists of the time, such as Pablo Picasso and Juan Miñarro.
  • 00:05:00 This video covers the history of the Edicio Marujá Mallo, a store that was completely renovated and re-opened. The video features interviews with the store's owner, Federico García Lorca, and its former students, Dalí and Buñuel. The Edicio Marujá Mallo was a place that differed from social norms, but on one fine day, Federico García Lorca, Dali, and Margarita Mans found themselves in the same predicament. Margarita Mans, another student, suggested that they take off their hats and walk through the door of the sun, which led to them being harassed by passersby. Federico, who preferred to stay behind, was pelted with insults. Thus, the three of them decided to go into the basement, while Federico acted as a human shield for Margarita Mans. Once they got down to the basement, they were met with more insults. Federico eventually had to leave because of the insults. Dalí and Margarita Mans then decided to go to the Monastery of the Ages, while Federico went to the Frutero, which was filled with lemon, and decided to join the Edicio Marujá Mallo's co
  • 00:10:00 MARUJA MALLO is a Spanish artist who is known for her paintings of flowers and landscapes. In this video, she discusses her early years in Madrid, when she was exposed to the works of Spanish painters such as Goya and Velázquez. Mallo then tells the story of how, in the early 1920s, she had a transformative experience on the Canary Islands, where she discovered the power of heterogeneous art. She returns to Madrid in 1926 and begins to experiment with a new style of painting, characterized by its use of paper wings and flowers. Mallo soon achieves international acclaim, and in the video she discusses her favorite subjects - landscapes and flowers - and shares anecdotes about her life and work.
  • 00:15:00 During the video, Maruja Mallo, a student preparing for examinations, discusses her doubts with a mirror. While her successes opening up in a blue sky appear like a mountain range in a painting, Maruja appears as a true spring new in the air of Madrid. Suddenly, in verse, comes the first verbena, a gift from God, and Spanish grammar begins to evolve. Ramón Gómez de la Serna, a genius transcendental, who came to study in Pittsburgh and one American, said that losing two was the most transcendental value in the 20th century and in the 19th. He determined to raise his school in Pittsburgh, which he named Instituto Gómez de la Serna. This event took place in the early 1940s, when Maruja Mallo inserts herself in Spanish intellectual life in Madrid. There were brilliant tertulias at the time, one of which was Poetry and Prose with Ramón Gómez de la Serna, chaired by José Bergamín. There was also the journal, Occidente, represented by the figure of transcendental Ortega Gasset. Later, there was 'Cross and Arrow' presided over by José B.
  • 00:20:00 In this video, Federico García Lorca and Maruja Mallo discuss Mallo's unique perspective on life and the world. Mallo describes her unique relationship with Pablo Neruda, and how she became friends with him. She also shares her thoughts on the importance of America to her, and describes the moment in 1966 when she first arrived in America. Mallo talks about her ongoing fascination with the history of the island, and how it has been prostituted by recent developments. She also speaks about her exhibit at the Occidente magazine, which consisted of four souls representing the popular, the romantic, the spiritual, and the sporty worlds.
  • 00:25:00 This video features a retrospective of the work of Spanish painter Maruja Mallo. Mallo is best known for her surrealist paintings of animals and plants in an expressive, colorful style. Her canvases are filled with life and movement, capturing the feel of everyday life in the 1940s. The video features interviews with Mallo's friends and contemporaries, including writer and philosopher Waldo Frank, artist Alberto Giacometti, and art critic Rafael Alberti. Mallo's outspokenness and her close relationship with artist Bertolt Brecht are also discussed. Mallo's paintings of landscapes and seascapes, often featuring locomotives and busy towns, are showcased in this video. Her collection ofestampas cinéticas, which are painted collages, are also shown. One of Mallo's most famous paintings, Espantapájaros (The Spooky Fish), is shown in detail. The painting depicts a chaotic, wild landscape full of animals and plants. It is noted that Mallo was able to capture the soul of her era better than any other artist.
  • 00:30:00 In this video, André Breton and Maruja Mallo discuss her work and how it has evolved over the years. Mallo discusses her early work and how it changed after she met Breton. He also discusses her later work, which includes theories on painting and philosophy. Mallo talks about how her upbringing in Judaism has influenced her art. The video finishes with some photos from Mallo's early days as a painter.
  • 00:35:00 Maruja Mallo a fondo is a comprehensive and restored edition of Maruja Mallo's artwork. The video features Mallo talking about her work and how it has evolved over the years. Mallo also discusses the importance of her coastal environment in creating her art. One of Mallo's most recent pieces is a blue whale sculpture that is currently on display at the Museo de Montevideo.
  • 00:40:00 This YouTube video features a description of the life and work of Maruja Mallo, a Spanish painter and sculptor who is best known for her iconic 1950s paintings and sculptures of everyday life in Spain. Mallo was part of the pioneering artistic movement known as the "vanguardia heroica," and her work is representative of the group's purist and geometric style. In the 1930s, Mallo exhibited her contemporary Spanish art in Paris at the Museum of Contemporary Spanish Art (Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de España, or MAPE). In 1936, a group of Spanish architects and writers founded the Salón de Amigos de las Artes Nuevas in Madrid, which Mallo helped to inaugurate with a show of Pablo Picasso's work. Mallo's most famous paintings from this period are her 1959 series of Viñetas (Pictures), which depict everyday scenes from rural and urban Spain. Mallo also dabbled in ceramic sculpture in the 1940s, and her work was featured on the cover of a book about Ernesto Jiménez Caballos's Hercules Jugando a los Bucks (1949). Mallo's political career ended when she joined the Communist
  • 00:45:00 This video features a tour of the Marujá Mallo a Fundo building, which was originally designed and built in the early 1960s as part of the pioneering avant-garde. However, it was lost in the 1970s due to unknown reasons. It has since been recovered and is once again in use, this time as a center for art and politics. The video talks about the famous Marujá Mallo a Fundo exhibition, which was inspired by the works and days of Senósido (a Salvadoran painter and sculptor). The exhibition includes 12 interpretations of the 12 months of the year, and Marujá's paintings are featured prominently. The video also discusses her collaborations with renowned artists such as Alfonso Reyes, León GARCIA LORCA, and Manuel de FALLA. In 1939, Marujá painted a series of paintings called "El Poema Escénico," which was premiered in Buenos Aires. In 1940, she traveled to Galicia, Spain, to work on a series of paintings called "Playa y Azul." These paintings depict themes of the sea and land. In 1941, Marujá moved to Buenos Aires and began painting scenes of everyday life in a more realistic style
  • 00:50:00 This video features Maruja Mallo, a Spanish artist who is known for her 3D portraits. Mallo describes her latest project, which involves traveling to various parts of South America to study the geology, flora, and fauna. She also says that her 20 souls will continue to grow in power and creativity. Mallo is a self-proclaimed "20th soul" and her work is characterized by its creativity and use of the third dimension.
  • 00:55:00 The video showcases Marujá Mallo a Fondo, a renovated and complete office building. The music accompanying the footage provides a soothing backdrop to the footage of the renovated building.

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