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Behind the Silence...Confessions of a porcelain-painter artist

By aszalosart
This is the novel written and translated by my daughter, Angelika Andrea Aszalós. (2008 -Bastogi, Italy) Its covering was designed by my daughters and by me and I think that it express in a really clear way its content. The biographical novel, based on documents, corresnpondences and on my own memoires, elaborating real events and touching some personalities of huge influence, presents, through my life and experiences in this field, how do the fights of interests, arising from the economic policy of the art-world (in which there are involved some persons of huge influence of the economic and political life) ruin the life of some wonderful persons and families. For the last years’ happenings neither for moral points of view nor for other reasons there was no other choice for my family but to disclose to the World all that things that my family had to live through this singular and rare field of art in the peculiar social and ”art-political” atmosphere that characterize Hungary. …and so to describe all those things that are hidden Behind the Silence. I recommend to your attention the synopsis of this novel that you can read on my daughter's blog's main page and also the thoughts that she has written on her blog. http://angelika309.vox.com/ The events written in her novel even today touch my family's life in a very hard way.
I thank you every comment on my works and on my daughter's novel.
Thankin to can share it with you and with my kindest regards: Éva Aszalós

Tags: Photo journalism Family Art Porcelain Novel Book-covering


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SuziBlue 13 16.2k 10 Scotland
14 Feb 2009 1:57PM
Thank you for showing this and I shall look forward to reading it. This looks like a labour of real love.

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gerrymac 9 10 1 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2009 3:02PM
Dont really know what this has to do with photography.....it all looks very nice but terribly misplaced....
Gerry

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