L’altro dal poetico

Pubblicità, arte, sacro, traduzione e gusto

(a c. di Maria Silvia Da Re)

IMG_0091An invitation to read. In the beginning yhere was rhetoric, then literature. Since then, fashion, art and literature have fed on commercials, and vice-versa. Does advertising have a language, or is it a language? To what extent is it translatable? Fabio Gasparrini, copywriter and creative director of Horace, talks about how advertising works nowadays, not without some nostalgia over what it meant at its best when it became a new way of translating the needs of mankind, besides those of brands: read his article….

An invitation to read. Maria Silvia Da Re brings up the question of an organic renewal of literary criticism, based on a further enlargement of its theoretical and interdisciplinary issues, that is not oblivious of some cognition of thruth, loke in recent times Aesthetics in particular has taught us to consider as a complex view and one deeply aware of its boundaries and multiple proposals, which it is still t necessary to try to compose outside ideology. This is also the aim of L‘altro dal poetico on line: read her introduction…

An invitation to read. Michele Montefusco (RCS Mediagroup) shows his critical grasp of the field of literature concerning travel and, nowadays, spiritual challenge as well. The blanks normally ascribed to the unsaid in writing, appear, in this type of literature, with its many different and mixed genders and vocations, to be the sign of a new quest for symbol and true human relationship, finally, what is still called poetry equally in prose… A critical selection completes this article which is absolutely worth crossing: read the whole text…

An invitation to read. Maria Silvia Da Re’s keen analysis of the naissance and evolution of the sacred in western XXth Century, equally an aporia such as the said artificial category, invites us to some deep reflection on a possible and valuable use of what is normally deemed the irrational in rational interpreting, the latter being a fundamental layer of our own society: read her point…  

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