Tag: dadaísmo

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 Bauhaus (an honoring) | Sergio de Miguel
04-09-2017 No Comments

The Bauhaus (an honoring) | Sergio de Miguel

1. The world in the one that developed the history of the Bauhaus was very different from the current one, though his influence in the art, the design and the architecture is recognized still in a very clear way. El mundo en el que se desarrolló la historia de la Bauhaus era muy distinto al actual, aunque su influencia en […]

Objects of affection | Jorge Rodríguez
09-09-2016 No Comments

Objects of affection | Jorge Rodríguez

‘I nonetheless am deformed by the links by the things that surround me. As a mollusk that lives in his shell, this way I live in the 19th century, which is now ahead useless as an uninhabited shell. I put on it in the ear.’ Walter Benjamin Aldo Rossi was saying of his architecture that the things saw with great […]

Bridges | Wayward Wandering
16-11-2015 2 Comments

Bridges | Wayward Wandering

A bridge is a construction that takes the persons of a site to other one happening on an obstacle, a barrier. A bridge can provide, in addition, cover, protection. María Moliner says “Construction of any class, fixed, provisional, detachable, etc., done on a river or a cut of the area to happen from a shore or across. Hereinafter the dictionary […]

Josep Renau. American Way of Life. PHE 14
12-06-2014 No Comments

Josep Renau. American Way of Life. PHE 14

The Valencian artist Josep Renau (1907–1982) was a remarkable exponent of the photomontage technique. His links with the Communist Party, dating back to 1931, together with his political views and the influence of art movements such as Expressionism, Dadaism and Surrealism, led him to the conviction that art should be used as a revolutionary weapon. After the Spanish Civil War, […]

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 […]

Sophie Taeuber-Arp.
07-01-2010 660 Comments

Sophie Taeuber-Arp.

Museum Picasso. Malaga. Until 24 of January 2010 The work of Taeuber-Arp (Jean Arp’s wife) that combines so disparate disciplines as it dances her, the paint, the hinterland design, the architecture, the performance… Did not have for her smaller arts. And in all posed and it reconciled contradictory extremes among which it took place the art of the twentieth CENTURY’S […]