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From Manzanero to the Nobel Prize in Chemistry: personalities that 2020 took away


#He 2020 has taken great personalities of #Mexico, many of them affected by #Covid-19, a disease that has placed the country in fourth place in the world in number of deceased with more than 122 thousand deaths since #February.

#This is a selection of the great figures of the field artistic and scientific of #Mexico that they left us in 2020, pending the passing of the pandemic so that they receive the tribute they deserve.

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#Music without #Manzanero

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#This #Monday, a few days after the end of the year, the coronavirus took #Armando #Manzanero (Mérida, 1935), known as the king of romanticism and considered one of the most important and prolific composers in #Mexico and the rest of #Latin #America.

#His death has been one of the most regretted of the year, as he is the author of great songs with international recognition such as “#We needed time”, “#Somos novios” or “#Adoro” and responsible for the successes of artists such as #Luis #Miguel or #Alejandro #Fernandez.

The #Government of #Mexico announced, for when the pandemic allows, a tribute in the #Palace of #Fine #Arts, where they were veiled #Juan #Gabriel, #Jose jose, #Gabriel #Garcia #Marquez, #Chavela #Vargas and #Frida #Kahlo.

#In #April, another great music star also lost his life due to #Covid-19 and at the same age as the #Yucatecan composer. #Is about #Oscar #Chavez (#Mexico #City, 1935), author of songs like “#Macondo” and known for being one of the greatest exponents of new song in #Mexico.

#Flor #Silvestre (#Salamanca, 1930), one of the great female voices of #Mexican music and mother of #Pepe #Aguilar, left the earthly plane in #November at the age of 90, and the rocker #Charlie #Monttana (#Mexico #City, 1961) died in #May for a heart attack, aged 58.

#Goodbye to the #Nobel #Prize in #Chemistry

#At the level of science, #Mexico lived in mourning with the death of #Mario #Molina (#Mexico #City, 1943), winner of the #Nobel #Prize in #Chemistry in 1995 for research that revealed aerosol damage to the ozone layer.

#Molina, who died on #October 7 of a heart attack in #Mexico #City at the age of 77, was one of the most brilliant scientists in the country and recognized for his commitment to the environment.

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#Active until his last days, the only #Mexican #Nobel who was alive raised his voice during 2020 to defend the usefulness of the mask against the new coronavirus.

#Mourning on tv

The country saw in 2020 the lives of important comedians who for years filled #Mexican television with eloquence and creativity.

#Manuel “#El #Loco” #Valdés (#Ciudad #Juárez, 1931) lost his fight against cancer in #August. #Brother of the actors #Ramón and #Germán #Valdés “#Tin #Tan”, he won the prestige and affection of the people with programs such as “#Salad de locos” (1971).

#Also due to cancer, the comedian, director, and film and television actor Héctor #Suárez (#Mexico #City, 1961) died in #June.

#Suárez was characterized by his unstoppable work with projects until his last days and his characters in the program “¿#Qué nos pasa?” (1985-1987) were immortalized.

#Another great loss for television was that of the #Mexican producer #Magda #Rodríguez (#Mexico #City, 1961), who had a surprise death in #November due to hypovolemia. #Rodríguez was responsible for programs like “#Hoy,” which has been on the air for years.

#Movie stars going off

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#One of the most remembered deaths of the year is that of the experimentalist director #Paul #Leduc in #October. The director of works such as “#Frida, #Naturaleza viva” (1983) forged his career as one of the representatives of independent cinema in #Mexico.

#While #Jaime #Humberto #Hermosillo, director and screenwriter remembered for “#Doña #Herlinda and her son” (1984), died in #January.

#Sadness in the plastic arts

The plastic artist #Manuel #Felgueréz (#Valparaíso, #Zacatecas, 1928) died on #June 28 due to the new coronavirus, which took his life but left his renowned abstract painting and sculpture.

#Likewise, the painter #Arturo #Rivera (#Mexico #City, 1945), known for his provocative paintings on the human condition, died in #October.

#Literature loses feathers

#Covid-19 also affected the world of writing with the death of #American-Mexican novelist, poet, storyteller, and professor #Sandro #Cohen (#New #Jersey, 1953), a pioneer of LGBT literature with the work “#El vampiro de la colonia #Roma “(1978).

#While #Mercedes #Barcha, widow of #Gabriel #García Márquez and inspirer of his literature, died in #August at the age of 87 in #Mexico #City, where she lived with the #Colombian nobel.





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