Dorel Schor

 
Dorel Schor

Dorel Schor

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El Traje de Adán, escondido detrás de las palabras

 

Dorel Schor es escritor humorista, periodista y crítico de arte israelí, miembro de la Asociación de los Escritores Israelís de Idioma Rumano (A.S.I.L.R.). Colabora con varias revistas israelíes y también de EUA, España, Rumanía. Ha publicado 6 volúmenes y está presente en antologías como “5000 años de humor judío — Una Antología Subjetiva” de Tesu Solomovici (Bucarest, 2002, Ed. Tesu) o “The Challenged Generation” / Solo Har-Herescu, Bucarest 1997, Ed. Hasefer). Vive en Netanyah, Israel y es también médico especialista dermatólogo y sexólogo.

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VIDEO-PRESENTACION: DOREL SCHOR

DOREL SCHOR, lanzamiento de libro en Espacio Niram

Itinerarios del absurdo: Dorel Schor

Dorel Schor, El Traje de Adán – Apreciaciones

Entrevista con Dorel Schor

 

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Friday, Febr. 15th 2013, Niram Art Publishing House organized the book launch “Adam’s Suit” by Israeli writer Dorel Schor, translated into Spanish by writer Fabianni Belemuski, director of Niram Art Magazine.

Dorel Schor is an Israeli humorist writer, journalist and art critic, member of the Association of Israeli Writers of Romanian Language . He collaborates with several Israeli magazines as well as  with magazines from the US, Spain and Romania. He published 6 books and is present in anthologies such as “5000 Years of Jewish Humour – A Subjective Anthology by Tesu Solomovici” (Bucharest, 2002, Tesu Publishing House) or “The Challenged Generation” /Solo Har-Herescu, Bucharest 1997,  Hasefer). In 2012, he published two new books “All shows are unique” (HaSefer) and “Smile, tomorrow it will be worse” (24 Ore).

Writers and literary critics gave their opinions on the book, during the launch held at Espacio Niram Café in Madrid, among them Héctor Martínez Sanz, Diego Vadillo López, artist Bogdan Ater, art adviser Antonio Calderón de Jesús and the translater, Fabianni Belemuski.

Dorel Schor, Niram Art

Prologue by Héctor Martínez Sanz

Foreword by Diego Vadillo López

Book Cover and caricatures by  Constantin Ciosu