Archivo de la etiqueta: bullfight

@Taurinisimos 157 – Semana Mayor @ Sevilla, Madrid y Tlaxcala. Recuerdo de Paco Ojeda, 1988.

Ojeda en la línea de fuego, quieto y al frente, cita para el de pecho a “Dédalo” de Juan Pedro Domecq. La faena en su 30 Aniversario en este episodio de @Taurinisimos. FOTO: Arjona.

Programa @Taurinisimos de @RadioTVMx del viernes 6 de Abril de 2018. Conducen Miriam Cardona @MyRyCar y Luis Eduardo Maya Lora @CaballoNegroII.

Actualidad Taurina. Feria de Abril, Domingo de Resurrección en Sevilla y Madrid. Triunfos de Roca Rey y Puerta Grande de Álvaro Lorenzo en Las Ventas.

Retrospectiva: Faena de Paco Ojeda a “Dédalo” de Juan Pedro Domecq 30 años después, 15 de Abril de 1988.

Toros en Tlaxcala, Sábado de Gloria: 6 Felipe González, 6 para Miguel Villanueva, Raul Ponce de León y Rafaeillo, a hombros.

Indulto de Héctor Gutiérrez a “Izquierda de Oro” de D’Guadiana en la Plaza México.

La próxima emisión de @Taurinisimos será el próximo viernes 13 de Abril de 2018 a las 7 pm (Mex) a través de http://www.radiotv.mx

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@Taurinisimos 145 – José @Garridojm Triunfa en la Plaza México. Análisis Carteles Aniversario 2018.

Programa @Taurinisimos de @RadioTVMx del lunes 15 de Enero de 2018. Conducen Miriam Cardona @MyRyCar y Luis Eduardo Maya Lora @CaballoNegroII.

Actualidad Taurina. Plaza México Temporada Grande 2017-2018. LXXII Aniversario de la Monumental, Análisis previo a los Carteles de Aniversario.

Análisis Novena corrida de derecho de apartado, 6 Toros, 6 de Arroyo Zarco para Ignacio Garibay, José Garrido y Diego Sánchez, que confirma la alternativa.

Faena de José Garrido a “Barba Roja” de Arroyo Zarco en La México.

Faenas de Manzanares y Sergio Flores en La México.

Roca Rey en Guadalajara, faena al ensabanado de Jaral de Peñas.

La próxima emisión de @Taurinisimos será el próximo viernes 19 de Enero de 2018 a las 9 pm (Mex) a través de http://www.radiotv.mx con Rafael Loret de Mola y Leonardo Páez, en mano a mano.

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@Taurinisimos 144 – Homenaje a Juan Silveti Reynoso. Juan Pablo Sánchez y Jerónimo en La México.

Todo el clasicismo, ligereza y poderío desgranados en el precioso trincherazo en Cuatro Caminos de Juan Silveti. Su recuerdo, imborrable, en la edición que abre el año de @Taurinisimos.

Programa @Taurinisimos de @RadioTVMx del viernes 8 de Enero de 2018. Conducen Miriam Cardona @MyRyCar y Luis Eduardo Maya Lora @CaballoNegroII.

Actualidad Taurina. Plaza México Temporada Grande 2017-2018. Repaso Navideño de los Festejos.

Análisis Corridas de Torreón de Cañas, Rancho Seco y Caparica.

Faenas de Juan Pablo Sánchez, Fermín Rivera, Gerardo Adame, Fabián BarbaJerónimo, entre otros.

Homenaje a Juan Silveti Reynoso tras su sensible fallecimiento el pasado 25 de Diciembre, escenas de Juan Silveti de 1959 a 1960 en la Plaza México.

Rompecorte: Juan Silveti en el Noticiero Mundial por Pepe Alameda con toros de La Laguna y Piedras Negras.

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@Taurinisimos 140 – PREVIO, Encierro de Xajay en La México, Temporada Grande 2017-2018.

El Hierro de la “X” emblema de la Ganadería de Xajay, tema central del @Taurinisimo.

Programa @Taurinisimos de @RadioTVMx del viernes 8 de Diciembre de 2017. Conducen Miriam Cardona @MyRyCar y Luis Eduardo Maya Lora @CaballoNegroII.

Actualidad Taurina. Plaza México Temporada Grande 2017-2018.

Crítica a la Corrida Guadalupana en La México.

Análisis Previo Corrida de 8 Xajay, 8 para Sebastián Castella, Sergio Flores, Ginés Marín y Luis David Adame.

Faenas:
1. Castella y “Seda de Oro” de La Joya en La México.
2. Ginés Marín, confirmación de alternativa.
3. Luis David Adame en Guadalajara 2017.

Clip: Ganadería de Xajay.

Crítica Cartel Corrida Guadalupana 2017.

Sergio Flores y “Gibraltrar” indulto en la Plaza México.
Fermín Rivera, trunfo en La México con Xajay 2014.

Toro del Recuerdo: “Altruista” de Xajay y Leonardo Benítez, 1997.

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@Taurinisimos 96: Corridas del LXXI Aniversario en La México. Ponce, Morante y “El Juli”

Programa @Taurinisimos de @RadioTVMx del viernes 10 de Febrero de 2017. Conducen Miriam Cardona @MyRyCar, Luis Eduardo Maya Lora @CaballoNegroII. Producción: Miguel Ramos.

Invitado: Gastón Esquivel (@GastonEsquivel)

Actualidad Taurina. Plaza México Temporada Grande 2016 – 2017. LXXI Aniversario de la Monumental.

Análisis Corridas de Aniversario.

6 Fernando de la Mora, 6 para “Zotoluco”, que se despide, y Enrique Ponce en Mano a Mano.

6 Teófilo Gómez, 6 para Morante de la Puebla, “El Juli” y Luis David Adame, que confirma.

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#Bullfights: Ruben Martel captures ‘beauty’ of bullfights.

PHOTO COURTESY OF RUBEN MARTEL.
PHOTO COURTESY OF RUBEN MARTEL.

by Chelcey Adami.

Bullfighting has captivated Imperial resident Ruben Martel ever since he saw his first one in Mexico City while visiting with a friend in November 2008.

Since then, he has traveled all over Mexico and Spain to see some of the most prolific bullfighters and bullrings in history, and his photographs of bullfighting have been featured internationally.

“I think, for me, it’s the beauty of the bullfights, because you have to look beyond the blood and just see everything else, from the tradition, the music that’s played in the plaza, the intricacy of the work that goes into their clothing,” he said. “It’s the intricacy of those details compared to what people consider something brutal.”

After seeing his first bullfight, he began to schedule his travels in Mexico around bullfights and even went to Mexico’s largest fair, held in Aguascalientes, where bullfights occur daily.

In April 2010, he bought his first semi-professional camera and soon began to amass an impressive portfolio of bullfighting photography, taking in everything from the matador’s customary visit to a chapel before the fight to the dramatic action shots during it.

Martel was drawn in by the “pageantry” of bullfighting as well as the camaraderie of the matadors and others involved in the art. “It’s a close-knit community because there are so few of them,” he said and Martel quickly has become known within the community, giving him photographic access few others have.

In a somewhat taboo move, he even photographed one matador’s ceremonial preparation of getting dressed before a bullfight, a time that is often only reserved for those closest to him as the matador mentally prepares himself. It’s considered by some to be bad luck if photographed during this time.

Bullfighting is heavily influenced by both tradition and religion, he explained, and there are innumerous small and large traditional steps taken in the time leading up to, during and after a bullfight.

While in Spain, he waited outside a bullfight for the customary act to carrying out the triumphant bullfighter to begin, and as the gates opened, the enormous crowed quickly filled the street like a river, carrying Martel along with them.

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During ensuing chaos, Martel ended up right in front of the carried bullfighter as a young fan desperately lunged at the matador trying to pull off parts of his clothing. Martel captured the intense moment and plans on submitting the strong image into some worldwide photo contests.

Magazine/website “Sangre Brava” asked him to participate in a national bullfighting photography exhibit in Mexico City in October last year, and he was the only U.S. citizen participating.

His unique photograph of a matador’s silhouette as he looked down from his hotel window at the bull ring in Mexicali was even featured on the show’s tickets and promotional materials.

Two bullfighting clubs in Tijuana then asked him to present in an exhibit solely featuring his photography in September, and there, Martel displayed roughly 125 photographs. For Martel, photographing bullfights is the chance to see “little details you don’t get to see in the stands.”

He shoots things like a Virgin of Guadalupe image embroidered into a matador’s hat as well as the extremely specific way that his pieces of clothing are folded.

He used to be an enormous fan of the prolific Mexican artist Frida and his friends joke about him “giving her up.”

“The difference is everything to know about Frida is already out there,” he explained. “But with bullfighting, it’s something new every day.”

Bullfighting has started to disappear from parts of the world such as Barcelona as some raise concerns about animal cruelty.

“I fully understand people’s opinions about it. I just choose to see it from a different perspective,” he said while looking at an up-close photograph of a matador’s clothes. “You look at this (photograph) and you don’t think of blood or anything. You think who made this? It’s so beautiful. Everything in bullfighting has a history or tradition to it.”

A company based in Guadalajara, Casa Toreros, is bringing the top bullfighter in the world, Julian “El Juli” Lopez, as well as other famous matadors like Alfredo Gutierrez and Joselito Adame to Mexicali at 8 p.m. Nov. 15.

The event is to commemorate the 38th anniversary of the bullring in Mexicali.

Martel said there are actually a lot of local people interested in bullfighting and they regularly get together to watch bullfights online or on special cable channels.

To say he’s psyched about the Nov. 15 event is an understatement.

“How better to have it back here on the anniversary of our bullring than with two of the best bullfighters around right now, both from Spain and Mexico?” he said excitedly.

Tickets cost between 160 and 1,200 pesos and are sold at the Plaza del Toros Calafia bullring box office between 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., Hotel Araiza and on Boletea.com

Staff Writer Chelcey Adami can be reached at 760-337-3452 or cadami@ivpressonline.com

Link http://www.ivpressonline.com/news/local/local-captures-beauty-of-bullfights/article_72db52ee-3ae7-11e3-9e65-0019bb30f31a.html?mode=image&photo=1