Join us to meet Enrique Enriquez, taroist and premiere blogger/interviewer, as we learn about the connections between the Marseille tarot and poetry, embodied semantics and the language of the birds.
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Enrique Enriquez (born April 23, 1969 in Caracas, Venezuela) is a visual thinker and tarot reader. His interest in the tarot began in his early twenties, while studying Graphic Design at the Instituto de Diseño de la Fundacion Neumann, in Caracas. Between 1987 and 2001 he explored a wide array of expressive media, like painting, drawing, writing, performance art, animation and radio broadcasting, before setting on the tarot as a tool to explore the way images work and the dynamics of meaning-making. In 2000 he moved to New York, where he currently works as a tarot reader.
In 2009 his ‘Gestural Keys to the Tarot’ were published as a prologue for the Jean Dodal tarot, re-edited by Jean-Claude Flornoy. Besides being an active member of the tarot international community, he is currently conducting a series of “Conversations Around and About the Tarot” with several well known authors within the tarot’s world: historians, artist, poets, readers, magicians, publishers, etc.(www.enriqueenriquez.me)The British Society of Mystery Entertainers described his work as one that “challenges many preconceptions about the tarot”.
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