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Working in an archive in Barcelona. Studying the relationships and artistic transmissions between the Low Countries and the Iberian Peninsula in the XV and XVI centuries.
I'm 24 years old and I'm from Barcelona. I've studied the marvelous bachelor of Art History. Now I'm working in different museums in Barcelona. Funny, active, curious, easy-going, talkative, entusiasthic, sometimes excentric, dreamer and freak -most of the time-.
I love the mediterranean sea and Dire Straits.
If you want to stay with us at home, read the "home description". Requests without sense/making any reference about the situation, I won't reply. SORRY/THANKS :)
Ars retentum venenum est.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Couchsurfing allows you to meet most of that bright side of the human being who's always hidden by prejudices. Clearly, I've to discover so many new places and many new interesting people which -for sure- will bring meaning and colour notes to my vital journey.
Medieval and flemish art, literature, all sorts of music, classical, gregorian chant, drum and bass, techno, metal, rock etc (from Arvo Pärt to Dimmu Borgir). I also enjoy walking through the forest/mediterranean seaside and enjoying the aesthetics of the world.
- art history
Music, Movies, and Books
-Paolo Sorrentino's masterpieces (La Grande Bellezza)
-Little miss Sunshine
-L'amico di Famiglia
-Le Troisième Testament
Books and Authors:
-The Unbearable lightness of being (Milan Kundera)
-La Arboleda Perdida (Rafael Alberti)
-The name of the Rose (Umberto Eco)
-Dante's Divine Comedy
-A Confederacy of Dunces (John Kennedy Toole)
-The Autumn of the Middle Ages (Johan Huizinga)
-the Grandfather (Pérez Galdós)
-The grapes of wrath (Johan Steinbeck)
-Klaus Kinski's "Ich brauche Liebe"
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Is not amazing, but I've an art blog:
Teach, Learn, Share
-Differences between an altarpiece from the XIV century and one of the XVIII century.
-Best spots ever for having fun in Barcelona
-some Taekwondo kicks
-shitty spanish words like: "rajaculero", "besis", "casquibano/a".
-How to make a fire
What I Can Share with Hosts
A roof over you.
Countries I’ve Visited
Andorra, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain
Countries I’ve Lived In