Tag: dadá

Las cafeteras de Aldo Rossi | Borja López Cotelo
19-06-2020 No Comments

Las cafeteras de Aldo Rossi | Borja López Cotelo

Las cosas no siempre son lo que parecen. Una cafetera, por ejemplo, puede ser la puerta de entrada a un hombre y a una época1. En los dibujos de Aldo Rossi aparecen de manera recurrente anónimas cafeteras como fantasmas de un pasado recordado entre la niebla del Po. Del mismo modo que sus bocetos de maniquíes aluden a esa Clase […]

The architecture in front of the death of the art | José Ramón Hernández Correa
28-09-2018 One Comment

The architecture in front of the death of the art | José Ramón Hernández Correa

The artistic forefronts always have looked at the architecture of an ambiguous way. On one hand, the artists (painters, sculptors, photographers, poets, musicians …) they have had always the label hung of chisgarabises, and have sought with zeal to put in his troupe some architect, who seemed to give him venerability to the group or movement that was. (An architect […]

The city as game | José Ramón Hernández Correa
26-06-2017 2 Comments

The city as game | José Ramón Hernández Correa

One of the movements of forefront? Of the half of the 20th century International Lyricist was. I had not heard speaking about them, and I am finding out now, reading the book El Puño Invisible, by Carlos Granés. The dadá and the surrealism left his seeds of unpredictability, illogical and I take things as a joke, that, joined the boredom and the […]

Architecture Dadá and Heritage of the Humanidá
13-03-2014 2 Comments

Architecture Dadá and Heritage of the Humanidá

Jose Ramon Sierra Delgado. Professor of the University of Seville and artist recognized internationally – us reveals a concept of Heritage understood like widely joint of visions and contradictory understandings; a link of union between art and architecture that it plans of the vague border of the territory of the affective personal selections; as modal for pretentious and empty defensive […]