Titanic: The ship that not even God could sink
One hundred years after the sinking, the fascination that the Titanic continues to produce is curious. The replacement of Cameron′s film, awarded eleven Oscars fifteen years ago, coincides with the traveling exhibition, which now arrives at the Maritime Museum of Barcelona, with two hundred original objects and faithful recreations of the interior rooms of the ocean liner. A luxury for fans of a ship, which has not sunk into oblivion. Why does the Titanic attract us so much?
Article by José de Segovia from Madrid/Sunday, January 12th 2020
This is an short translation of the original article published in Spanish by Entrelíneas: Revista de Arte as Titanic: El barco que ni Dios podía hundir
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