An exhibition reveals countless travel photos of Jorge Luis Borges

Jaume Fuster Library open until 14 October, "The Atlas of Borges," a fascinating photographic journey through more than 20 cities through the eyes of the author

 

From September 21 to October 14, the Jaume Fuster Library opens a new door to the imagination of Jorge Luis Borges, Argentine writer that published numerous tales, novels, essays and poems, a work that today is a fundamental part literature of and universal thought.
El Atlas de Borges is an exhibition that presents the author's texts to accompany a travel album with more than 130 photographs. The odyssey of Borges with his former couple, Maria Kodama, is divided into 18 stations, in a journey that takes visitors to more than 20 cities, seen under the particular perspective of the author of The Aleph.

Borges photographs are unique and special, and give a very different witness to the experiences that the writer lived with his love around the world.

The Atlas of Borges
When: September 21 to October 14
Where: Jaume Fuster Library
Price: free admission
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Publication date: Thursday, 24 September 2015
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