Birth is a diary. The one Yolanda Andrés drew and wrote in the days and months after the premature birth of his eldest daughter, Candela. It is, apparently, the story of a first-time mother and a baby, immature but strong, during her first year of life. But beyond the medical story, the personal adventure, the succession of setbacks and advances, these pages hide another birth, that of a vocation and an artistic practice outside the system. ALREADY. -So she signs- she is an embroiderer. At that moment, she did not know it herself. He had studied fine arts and was inclined towards brushes. Until Candela and Yolanda arrived, he concluded with the acrylic and solvent criteria in time that he also moved away from the toxicity of contemporary art.
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