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Background Information

Employment History

National Dissemination Coordinator

National Institute of Anthropology and History


Chief Spokesman

National Anthropology Institute


Mexican Writer


Web References(14 Total References)


Persona Normal | Celebrate Mexico Now

mexiconowfestival.org [cached]

Passionate, irreverent, obsessive: Mexican writer Benito Taibo presents his first novel, Persona Normal, a funny, quixotic mosaic of 32 short stories and essays.
In it, Taibo plays with language, paradox, and humor, drawing on his own vast cultural knowledge that proves he is anything but a "persona normal." Benito Taibo is the author of four books of poetry, as well as short stories, arts journalism, and screenplays. He is known as a furtive writer, an improviser, a true gourmet, and a voracious reader. He has produced television, promoted books, serves as the national dissemination coordinator for Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH).


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Celebrate Mexico Now: Benito Taibo
Celebrate Mexico Now: Benito Taibo Passionate, irreverent, obsessive: Mexican writer Benito Taibo presents his second novel, Persona Normal, a funny, quixotic mosaic of 32 short stories and essays. In it, Taibo plays with language, paradox, and humor, drawing on his own vast cultural knowledge that proves he is anything but a "persona normal." Benito Taibo is the author of four books of poetry, as well as short stories, arts journalism, and screenplays. He is known as a furtive writer, an improviser, a true gourmet, and a voracious reader. He has produced television, promoted books, serves as the national dissemination coordinator for Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH). King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center at NYU. 53 Washington Square South More info


www.alertnet.org

"The museum has been scrubbed from top to bottom," said Benito Taibo, chief spokesman for Mexico's National Anthropology Institute.


“LA FRONTERA� EXPLORES US-MEXICO BORDER THROUGH JEWELRY | Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

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In his essay for the exhibition catalog, Mexican writer, Benito Taibo, poetically described the show as "conceptual art that uses the body, the neck, the wrist, and the shoulders as a canvas to shape, in all its splendor, the bewitched, the fantasy, and also the sadness that is the frontier and what it signifies.


www.velvetdavinci.com

Mexican writer Benito Taibo poetically described the show in his essay (written for the exhibition catalog), as "conceptual art that uses the body, the neck, the wrist, and the shoulders as a canvas to shape, in all its splendor, the bewitched, the fantasy, and also the sadness that is the frontier and what it signifies.
El escritor mexicano Benito Taibo describe poéticamente la exposición en su ensayo (escrito para el catálogo de la exposición), "arte conceptual que usa el cuerpo, el cuello, la muñeca, los hombros como lienzo donde plasmar, en todo su esplendor, el embrujo, la fantasía, el dolor también de lo que la frontera es y lo que la frontera significa.


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