Pedro Casariego Córdoba (Pedro Casariego Córdoba)

Pedro Casariego Córdoba

Author, Artist. He was born in Madrid, Spain. Between 1975 and 1986, he developed a career as poet, that include works such as “La canción de Van Horne,” “El hidroavión de K.,” “La risa de Dios” and “Letanía de Pómulos y Pánicos.” After his marriage with Ana Ruiz de la Prada, he began his career as painter, sometimes along with texts, as “La Vida puede ser una lata,” “Cuadernos Amarillo, Rojo, Verde y Azul” and “Verdades a medias.” His last work, was a birthday gift to his daughter, an illustrated book entitled “Pernambuco, el Elefante Blanco.” Sadly, two days later, he commited suicide jumping to railways while a train goes by. He signed his paintings as PeCasCor. According his wishes, he was cremated and his ashes scattered. Years later, when his father died, also was cremated and his ashes scattered in the same place that his son.  (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)


  • July, 16, 1956


  • January, 01, 1993


  • Cremated

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