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|Born||Juan Tamariz-Martel Negrón|
October 18, 1942
Madrid, Spain 
Juan Tamariz (born in Madrid, October 18, 1942) is very well respected among magicians as an authority in the field of misdirection.
BiographyTamariz is considered by many magicians to be the greatest living master of the art.
A celebrity of television and stage in Spain and South America, Juan Tamariz is known internationally among magicians as a true master of his art, and one who generously shares his time and knowledge, both in print and in person, with the magic community. He is the author of four critically acclaimed best-selling books in English: The Five Points of Magic, The Magic Way, Sonata and Mnemonica. Along with Arturo de Ascanio, Tamariz has spearheaded a school of thought in close-up magic that has produced FISM award-winning champions and deeply influenced the craft of magic worldwide.
Juan Tamariz performed at FISM in 2006.
"My main goal is to fascinate the audience into thinking that they are dreaming, even if this is only for a few seconds."
- The Magic Way (1988)
- Sonata (1989) translated in english as Bewitched Music, Vol. 1: Sonata in 1991 by Donald Lehn
- The Five Points in Magic (1982) Revisited (1988)
- Mnemonica (2004)
- Verbal Magic (2008)
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- The Linking Ring, Vol. 73, No. 9, September 1993, Juan Tamariz, by Jim Krenz, page 56
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