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Nestor Barron was born in Buenos Aires, Argentine. He's writer, poet and musician. He began his artistic activity very early, with his first classical guitar concerts when he was 12 years old. Then he turned his musical course towards the rock and the pop music, as a member of the MIA music cooperative (MIA is the Spanish acronym of Independent Argentine Musicians), when he was 16 years old, together with Lito Vitale among others. At the same time, he began to write. Among his musical works, can be mentioned the album [[:es:El regreso de las Bestias Domesticas|The return of the Domestic Beasts]], recorded in 1995 at the recording studios of [[:es:Litto Nebbia|Litto Nebbia]], a famous pioneer of the Argentine rock movement.
Barron has written also many shows for Argentinian television. In Italy, he has realized four documentary tv movies: Saint Francis of Assisi, Saint Peter, ''Siena's Mysteries, and Rome, the Eternal City'', for the Turner Broadcasting System's argentinian cable channel called [[:es:Infinito_(canal_de_television)|Infinito]].
In the last years, Nestor Barron has refocused his work on poetry and narrative. In November 2007 was published his novel Fuck you all, Clint Eastwood said , and in March 2008 his book of poems The Others (Tales of the misogynist who loved all women). His recent Anthology of Contemporary Mapuche Poetry was prefaced by Osvaldo Bayer, one of the most important figures in Spanish-American culture.
Nestor Barron filmography
A little talk just before sleeping
Guy Allix: Poesie Etrangere
Otras (Historias del misogino que amaba a todas las mujeres)
Mapu, Tierra Azul
todos a la mierda, dijo Clint Eastwood
de Humor Negro
Magico Mundo de los Vampiros''
Nestor Barron, Official website
Nestor Barron, Official MySpace Music
Ariel Avilez: Interview with Nestor Barron
Veronica Bonacchi: Una figura para tres capitulos. La Nacion Newspaper (Buenos Aires).
Marisa Quiroga. Herederos que se enfrentan sin piedad. La Nacion Newspaper (Buenos Aires).
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