Llamas, Armando

DRAMATIST, JOURNALIST, TRANSLATOR (SPAIN)
BORN 1950, Campo y Santibáñez, Léon - DIED 29 May 2003, Paris
GRAVE LOCATION Paris: Père Lachaise, Rue du Repos 16

Armando Llamas grew up in Argentina. From 1973 onwards he mainly lived in France. His style was described by a critic as somewhere between rock culture and action painting. His plays differed strongly from each other. He also translated work from Spanish and English into French.

Llamas suffered from AIDS and died from a haemorrhage in Paris in 2003.

Work: "Lisbeth est complètement pétée"; " Gustave n'est pas moderne,"; "No way, Veronica".

Sources
Armando Llamas — Wikipédia
Armando Llamas (1950-2003) - Literatur - derStandard.at › Kultur

Images

The grave of Armando Llamas at Père Lachaise, Paris.
Picture by Androom (24 Oct 2014)

 


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Published: 2 Jul 2016
Last update: 2 Jul 2016