ZOHAR: Arte, cultura y palabra is a spanish fanzine devoted to art, literature and culture.
The first issue contains a series of unpublished articles ranging from a photo essay to a surrealist prose poem translated for the first time. Venice Sauvée is made up of a selection of photographies of the venetian monuments during the First World War. With Cantos (Chants), a transcription of spanish popular songs, Zohar rescues a series of verses originally written on slate boards during the 1920's. The bulk of the issue is comprised of a bilingual translation of the poem Paul Klee (1930), by the surrealist author René Crevel on the aforementioned german painter. A long presentation about the life and work of Crevel accompanies the text.
The second issue focuses on the field of creation with two main writings by the American experimental filmmaker Robert Beavers ('Acnode'), and the Italian artist and photographer Luigi Ghirri ('Niente di antico sotto il sole')
A preview of the fanzine can be seen on Issuu.
80 pages; 14 x 20 cm.