Tag: dibujo

The origins of the architecture (I) | epR
30-09-2013 No Comments

The origins of the architecture (I) | epR

The architecture is, by his own nature, a discipline mediated. On the contrary that a painter or a poet, the architect sees how his idea takes form through numerous intermediaries. It is part of this thick skin discipline that it does of the architecture a slow paquidermo in front of the eclosión of new avant-gardes, but that at the same […]

Objet trouvé [01]: Arne Jacobsen and the columns of the Olimpeión of Athens | Rodrigo Almonacid
27-09-2013 One Comment

Objet trouvé [01]: Arne Jacobsen and the columns of the Olimpeión of Athens | Rodrigo Almonacid

Arne Jacobsen was a great draftsman and even better watercolorist. When he was enjoying a few vacations always his pencils and paintbrushes were accompanying him. He was enjoying this interest, which it was cultivating from his infancy. Always he confessed that it was not any more than it, a mere interest, which did not have any artistic pretension with those […]

Spanish architects of the 20th century
09-09-2013 No Comments

Spanish architects of the 20th century

On the occasion of the X Semana of the Architecture of Madrid (September 30 – October 7), the National Library of Spain will inaugurate on October 1 an exhibition in which there will be able to be contemplated a selection of his better drawings of architecture of last century. This exhibition presents planes proceeding from the studies of seventeen Spanish […]

City, drawing and coffee with ice · Exhibition
06-09-2013 No Comments

City, drawing and coffee with ice · Exhibition

From Monday, the 9th of September, the exhibition will be able to visit City, drawing and coffee with ice in the plant of access of the School of Architecture of A Coruña. In her the works realized in the summer workshop gather City, drawing and coffee with ice, organized last June for lasonceymedia and veredes in collaboration with the ETSAC, […]

Ricardo Rousselot, The calligraphy lives!
03-09-2013 No Comments

Ricardo Rousselot, The calligraphy lives!

El Museu Valencià de la Il·lustració i la Modernitat, MuVIM will be the museum first in receiving in 2013, from September 5, the sample The calligraphy lives!, composed by works of the Group Miss Rousselot, study specialized in Corporate Image and Packaging. Characterized by designs that breathe credibility, legibility, honesty … and emphisizing very much in the typography, one of […]

Architects for s. XXI (IV) | epR
27-08-2013 One Comment

Architects for s. XXI (IV) | epR

They are bad times to live of the architecture. The days happen without the telephone sounds, without Herbert Johnson entrusts us a few offices or the father Couturier insists on contracting to construct a chapel us in The Vosges. Because of it now it is the moment to affirm, as the haughty laborer of Madariaga, that in my hunger I […]

Architect of castles | Jorge Gorostiza
05-08-2013 No Comments

Architect of castles | Jorge Gorostiza

In a copy of 1949 of the Journal of the British Kinematograph Society magazine I have found the advertisement of Kodak that I attach here to the side. His text is curious and says the following thing: “From the plane to the model, from the model to the structure to royal, like that size there grows this “castle of dream”, […]

Architects for s. XXI (III) | epR
29-07-2013 No Comments

Architects for s. XXI (III) | epR

It turns out to be curious to think about the architects as a species on the verge of extinction, but maybe this idea is not very far from the reality. At least in a country where the laws, the fierce competition and (digámoslo high place, it is therapeutic) the absence of ethics of a wide sector of the profession when […]

Oblique Drawing. A History of Anti-perspective
26-06-2013 No Comments

Oblique Drawing. A History of Anti-perspective

It is easy that many of that read these lines associate the concept of perspective with the reading that of her Erwin Panofsky did in the mythical one The perspective as symbolic form. For years, the studies of visual representation have been dominated by Panofsky’s interpretations. It is not a bad sign that Massimo Scolari rescues in Oblique Drawing a […]

Architects for s. XXI (II) | epR
24-06-2013 One Comment

Architects for s. XXI (II) | epR

We believed difficultly that the things were deteriorating, but we were wrong. The global crisis there has joined in Spain a new legal frame that, sooner or later, will turn the architect into an insignificant figure to do architecture. We still have the consolation of thinking that Chesterton would have found this paradox hilarious, or of remembering Steinberg’s words when […]

Empire State of Pen
13-06-2013 No Comments

Empire State of Pen

Timelapse video of artist Patrick Vale drawing the view of the Manhattan skyline from the Empire State Building. Music – Moanin’ by Charles Mingus.

Architects for s. XXI (I) | epR
31-05-2013 No Comments

Architects for s. XXI (I) | epR

Still I remember when to study architecture he was assuring a future you. Or it they believed all: your parents were looking at you with approval and your friends were saying to you that, from then, you would pay the beers. Now, after a structural crisis and a change of law in the horizon, to study architecture seems to have […]

City, drawing and coffee with ice · Summer workshop 2013
15-05-2013 2 Comments

City, drawing and coffee with ice · Summer workshop 2013

The summer workshop City, drawing and coffee with ice proposes a critical reflection brings over from the possibilities of the drawing to hand lifted as tool of analysis and project to urban scale. Throughout three days (June 26, 27 and 28) the architects Toni Gironés, Juan Creus, Concepción García (pescadería20), Carlos Pita y Borja Lopez Cotelo will offer five presentations […]

Everything it has a beginning | Jorge Meijide
06-05-2013 No Comments

Everything it has a beginning | Jorge Meijide

Everything it has a beginning The architecture endures to live and to live endures, inexcusably, the inhabitant. Without this one we can speak about sculpture, about certain artistic facilities or about formal games, all of them of indisputable value propositivo, but difficultly we can speak about architecture in his more wide and extensive expression. This one to live carries a […]

The city (IV) | epR
29-04-2013 No Comments

The city (IV) | epR

‘While there is death there is hope’, was affirming Fabrizio Corbera, the terse prince of Lampedusa’s novel. Nevertheless the cemeteries, these cities of the dead men, reproduce the same excesses and desigualdades that his analogous cities of alive: some have to be piled up or to share an exiguous piece of land in order that to his side the big […]

A Guide to Archigram 1961-74
22-04-2013 No Comments

A Guide to Archigram 1961-74

Archigram: Cult-Architecture. A Guide to Archigram 1961-1974 is a small book (postcard size but with around 500 pages) that reviews graphically and concisely the work of this influential British architects team. The text reviews an earlier edition of Dennis Crompton (Concerning Archigram) published by Academy Editions in 1994. Perhaps because of its size, the book enables a very close reading […]

World sketch
22-04-2013 No Comments

World sketch

‘WORLD SKETCH’ is a group show curated by Ángel Cerviño and Alberto González-Alegre, and produced by MARCO, Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Vigo, Auditorio de Galicia, and Fundación Luis Seoane, an initiative in self-produced exhibitions extended to the three institutions, as a new experience of coproduction and networking. Upon closing at MARCO, the show will travel to the other two […]

Spanish Drawings from the British Museum. Renaissance to Goya
29-03-2013 One Comment

Spanish Drawings from the British Museum. Renaissance to Goya

The exhibition opens with the oldest drawings by 16th-century Spanish artists working in Castile, including Alonso Berruguete. This section also explores the repercussion on Spanish drawing of the presence of foreign artists in the country, primarily Italians, who were working on the decoration of the monastery at El Escorial. Among them was Pellegrino Tibaldi, represented here by one of the […]

The city (III) | epR
29-03-2013 No Comments

The city (III) | epR

Some time ago that to travel stopped being an experience to turn into a business. The tourism is a part of a system that turns a culture into product, a country into brand. And, certainly, the laws of the market demand that everything is comfortable and immediate. Nevertheless, the ruins, as the cities, are neither restaurants of snack food nor […]

The city (II) | epR
25-02-2013 No Comments

The city (II) | epR

Everything has changed before we were realizing. Obsessed for satisfying needs that even it makes small they did not exist, we happen the days jumping obstacles that we themselves have placed in the way; we entrust ourselves to the artifice while we see how the recollection of the world disfigures itself that some day was. Sometimes I think that maybe […]

100 years of architecture and design in Germany
20-02-2013 One Comment

100 years of architecture and design in Germany

The exhibition 100 Years of Architecture and Design in Germany is organized by the Museum of Architecture of the Technical University of Munich and the IFA, Intituto de Relacións Internacionais, Stuttgart. It was concebida to commemorate the centenary of the Deustscher Werkbund, the mythical German League of Workshops founded in 1907 by 12 artists and architects, together with 12 factories […]

Granada. Rome. Santiago an Unfinished Trip
13-02-2013 No Comments

Granada. Rome. Santiago an Unfinished Trip

Next February 14 the exhibition is inaugurated in The Crypt of the FAD “Granada. Rome. Santiago an Unfinished Trip” It shows that  La Incubadora of the FAD forms a part of the cycle of exhibitions and the project work of the courses exposes 2010-2012 of a group of students of architecture across an initiation trip to three mythical and universal […]

Cómic with art director | Jorge Gorostiza
05-02-2013 No Comments

Cómic with art director | Jorge Gorostiza

In a previous entry he was speaking on an article that Jesus Palacios had entrusted me for el50, the newspaper of 50 ª edition of the Festival Internacional de Cine de Gijón that was published in his first number, in which there is a cómic very entertained of qualified Monteys «How is movie done?».. One of his emblems, which I reproduce, […]

The city (I) | epR
29-01-2013 No Comments

The city (I) | epR

I have seen it here and there: a fishing port in the middle of the great city. Buenos Aires, Marseilles, Copenhagen. I have looked at it with disdain, since to this toy that already I do not use because I have made myself major, since to the grandfather kept silent on the corner of the table. I forgot to wonder […]

The architectural mechanism of Le Corbusier | Marcelo Gardinetti
05-12-2012 No Comments

The architectural mechanism of Le Corbusier | Marcelo Gardinetti

“Open your eyes! We eat in a small restaurant of coachmen in the center of Paris; in the background are the bar and the kitchen, a mezzanine cut into two the room height, its anterior part faces the street. One fine day this is discovered and are seen the tests that facilitates entire an architectural mechanism that may correspond to […]

Constant, the Utopia receives life | Miquel Lacasta Codorniu
22-10-2012 No Comments

Constant, the Utopia receives life | Miquel Lacasta Codorniu

Constant, the Utopia receives life In the Utopian landscape of the sixties, where there resound names like Kurokawa, Fuller, Friedman, Archigram, Utopie or Archizoom, Constant’s project stands out for his ideological rigor. The technological Utopias of Archigram or Buckminster Fuller do not differ for social concepts of base in his offers. For these architects it is, especially, the fascination for […]

Exposición Líneas de Trabajo 2012. A Coruña
28-02-2012 240 Comments

Exposición Líneas de Trabajo 2012. A Coruña

Of Friday, the 2nd of March and Monday, the 9th of April, 2012 the second exhibition will celebrate  Líneas de Trabajo in the Room o Exhibitions of the Municipal Palace of  A Coruña. This sample proposes a reflection on the paper of the drawing as tool of apprehension of the reality and as active agent in the definition of the […]

Manners of seeing
28-11-2011 157 Comments

Manners of seeing

This book reveals how our manners of seeing concern our way of interpreting. In concrete he analyzes four aspects of the interpretation of the oil paint: his origin related to the sense of the property, the continued position of the woman as pictorial object, the relation between the visual inheritance of the painting and the current and, advertising finally, the […]

Matisse el dibujante
11-11-2011 465 Comments

Matisse el dibujante

For Henri Matisse (Cateau-Cambrésis, 1869 – Nice, 1954), his drawings were works of art to entire part, in the same way as his linens. The departmental Museum Henri Matisse of his native city, in the north of France, groups for the first time the thickness of his drawn work, from the first sketches and portraits of beginning of century, up […]

Cuadernos de Viaje. Mario Roberto Álvarez
29-08-2011 1,669 Comments

Cuadernos de Viaje. Mario Roberto Álvarez

The recent edition of the Notebooks of Trip of the arq. Mario Roberto Alvarez, comes to occupy a place up to today despised by the modern historiography. With a careful design that he understands from the general aspect of the book (that of a moleskine, the most famous of the passbooks of notes of the traveler) up to a graphical […]