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Conferencia en plaza de Antonio Loredo – 1° de mayo 1886 – 1907

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Montevideo Dipartimento di Montevideo, Uruguay

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Articulo parecido sobre “En Marcha”, Montevideo, 1° de Mayo 1907.

Libro:
Antonio Loredo
Aletazos de Tormenta
El anarquismo revolucionario a comienzos del signo XX
Pascual Muñoz

Antonio Loredo vivió su vida, vertiginosa e intensa como una fuerte tormenta. Peluquero revolucionario por las calles de Villa Crespo (Buenos Aires) , maestro en la Escuela Moderna de la Villa del Cerro (Montevideo) y conspirador incansable en la insurrección barcelonesa de 1909.

Se aconseja escuchar al discurso girando sin destinación alguna entre los porches de alguna cuna-ciudad, imaginandose siglos atras siglos desfilar los mundos injustos, como pasantes infinitos, llenas las arias de amor politico, vivos los hombres y las mujeres desbordando día atras día atras dias. Es una arenga la que van a escuchar, está directa a ustedes también.

Jessica Mazzotti

Jessica Mazzotti

Born in Italy, I’ve lived in France and Uruguay. I’m interested in different fields regarding the interaction within arts and between arts and commuity building. I participate to mixed art collaborative projects (Montevideo, Paris, Cordoba, etc.) and I...

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