"I like the silence of the museums or the galleries when there are no presentations: sensations like this I usually get from good books, even in the middle of the noise."
Adrián Savino is a writer and teacher. He graduated in Social Communication and is an avid reader. He writes every day at siesta time in his studio very close to his library which has a strange charm: it survived a fire.
He is an amateur collector of urban images: murals, graffiti, posters, offers and gardens which have been captured on his daily routes.
He was born in Córdoba in 1971. He works as a middle level teacher and has published several books, such as: Canciones de Sed -poem book- (Alción, 1999), the novel Crónica de un rocho (Alción, 2003), and Viaje de Omar (Nudista, 2016); also the nouvelles Soja en las banquinas (Eduvim, 2012). He participated in the anthologies of stories Carne (La Creciente, 2006), in 10 Bajistas (Eduvim, 2009), and in the book Diorama. He also published essays on contemporary cinema from Córdoba (Caballo Negro, 2013), stories, chronicles, and reviews in graphic and online media.
AWARDS AND MENTIONS
- 2003 - Antorchas Foundation (Argentina)
- 2003 - Mention Fondo Nacional de las Artes (Argentina)
Interview at blog Horas robadas a la noche