César González (poet)

César González (born 28 February 1989 Morón, Buenos Aires, Argentina), (also known as Camilo Blajaquis) is an Argentinian poet and cinematographer.[1][2][3] He is often referred to as "el poeta villero"[4] (the poet from the ghetto).

César González

González published his first book, La Venganza del Cordero Atado, in 2010, soon after completing imprisonment in a youth detention center for the fourth time.[5] The book included illustrations[6] from Ricardo Cohen [es], Argentinean plastic artist who became interested in his work

Referring to his legal problems, González has labelled to himself as "the exception that confirms the rule".[7][8][2][9][10]

A student of Gilles Deleuze, Pierre Bourdieu and Michel Foucault, González's work often civersthe issues of social stigmatization towards the villas or ghettos both in Argentina and the rest of the world, and the violence of the jail system.[3][11]

González also writes for magazines[12][13] and music video productions for rappers like "El As" (from Fuerte Apache) Fili Wey (from Puerta de Hierro) and Alan Garvey (as González, from Villa Gardel).[14]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "La historia del ex pibe chorro que se convirtió en poeta". La Nación.
  2. ^ a b Irigoyen, Pedro (15 January 2015). "Los ojos abiertos del nuevo cine villero". www.clarin.com.
  3. ^ a b "Página/12 :: espectaculos". www.pagina12.com.ar.
  4. ^ "El poeta villero".
  5. ^ Aldo Raponi (6 June 2012). "Parte 1 César González Camilo Blajaquis Historias Debidas360p H 264 AAC" – via YouTube.
  6. ^ "Camilo Blajaquis - La venganza del cordero atado - Rolling Stone Argentina". Archived from the original on 2017-04-09. Retrieved 2017-12-13.
  7. ^ Julio Rossini (10 February 2015). "La máquina de escribir Voces - Reportaje a Cesar Gonzalez - Parte 2 - Vorterix.com" – via YouTube.
  8. ^ Aldo Raponi (6 June 2012). "Parte 2 César González Camilo Blajaquis Historias Debidas360p H 264 AAC" – via YouTube.
  9. ^ "Presentación del escritor y director de cine argentino César González - Embajada de la República Argentina en República Federal de Alemania". www.ealem.mrecic.gov.ar.
  10. ^ Extensión. "César González presentará su film en Cine Universidad". Extensión.
  11. ^ "El ojo impiadoso de César González - LA NACION". La Nación.
  12. ^ "La potencia del odio - Sudestada".
  13. ^ Administrador. "Revista "¿Todo Piola?"".
  14. ^ "César González". 25 March 2016.

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