Blancos, tintos, rosados o claretes; cosecha, crianza, reserva o gran reserva; de mesa, del país, espumoso o tranquilo, para mesa o para postre…

Hace más de 2000 años, en el camino entre dos de las ciudades más destacadas del Imperio Romano, Corduba Colonia Patricia y Emérita Augusta, existió una ciudad “de no menor nobleza”, según transmite Plinio el Viejo, y de la que fue oriundo Cayo Sempronio Sperato, máximo responsable del Templo de la actual calle Claudio Marcelo en Córdoba capital.

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CPMTI and CITEC participate in WeTakeCare European project

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CPMTI and CITEC participate in the European project WeTakeCare, a European initiative to improve the quality of life of the elderly and their carers

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Research work brings to light unpublished documents proving that Granada author and his relatives stayed in Spain after the 1609 expulsion decreed by Philip III

 

Karen Knorr (Frankfurt, 1954) obtained the 5th PILAR CITOLER INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY PHTOGRAPHY AWARD in 2010. To mark the occasion, the Sala PuertaNueva in Cordoba will open the first individual restrospective exhibition of this artist in Spain  on 23rd February 2012, showing a selection of forty works of art, dated between 1976 and 2011, in which a wide representation of the diverse series of this artist are shown: Punk, 1976-1977(in collaboration with Olivier Richon); Gentlemen, 1981-1983; Connoisseurs, 1986-1990; Academies, 1994-2005; Fables, 2003-2008  and India Song, 2008-2011. For this exhibition, curated  by Alfonso de la Torre with Karen Knorr  the fifth volume of the collection EL OJO QUE VES will be launched. Quentin Bajac and Kathy Kubicki have also participated in this book. It has been edited by Ediciones del Umbral and will be distributed by La Fábrica.


Karen Knorr (Frankfurt, 1954) obtained the 5th PILAR CITOLER INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY PHTOGRAPHY AWARD in 2010. To mark the occasion, the Sala PuertaNueva in Cordoba will open the first individual restrospective exhibition of this artist in Spain  on 23rd February 2012, showing a selection of forty works of art, dated between 1976 and 2011, in which a wide representation of the diverse series of this artist are shown: Punk, 1976-1977(in collaboration with Olivier Richon); Gentlemen, 1981-1983; Connoisseurs, 1986-1990; Academies, 1994-2005; Fables, 2003-2008  and India Song, 2008-2011. For this exhibition, curated  by Alfonso de la Torre with Karen Knorr  the fifth volume of the collection EL OJO QUE VES will be launched. Quentin Bajac and Kathy Kubicki have also participated in this book. It has been edited by Ediciones del Umbral and will be distributed by La Fábrica.

 

Jorge Yeregui (Santander, 1975) has been announced the winner of the Pilar Citoler International Photography Award and, as a result, of the 15,000 euro prize money at which the Award is valued. The winning piece, ‘El Valle. Piscina Municipal, Lobres’, convinced the judging panel composed of Pilar Citoler, photographers  María Bleda and José María Rosa, the gallery director of the Galería Fúcares Norberto Dotor, theorist and art critic Alfonso de la Torres; and Karen Knorr, winner of the last edition of the award. The winning work of art has been presented in the press room of the vice-chancellor’s office of the University of Cordoba in the presence of the vice-rector for students and culture, Manuel Torres Aguilar; collector Pilar Citoler; and the Award secretary, Carmen Jareño López.

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