Tag: Ed Ruscha

Berenice Abbott. Portraits of Modernity
18-06-2019 No Comments

Berenice Abbott. Portraits of Modernity

Berenice Abbott. Pioneer, modern, fearless provides a detailed look at the artistic journey of this American photographer(Springfield, Ohio, 1898 – Monson, Maine, 1991). Her body of work, some of the most captivating North American photography of the first half of the 20th century, acted as a bridge between the avant-garde of the old continent and the burgeoning artistic scene of the East Coast of the United […]

Twentysix (Abandoned) Gasoline Stations
29-05-2018 No Comments

Twentysix (Abandoned) Gasoline Stations

Iñaki Bergera discovered on a trip along the West Coast of the United States a desolate landscape, apparently barren, that exuded beauty. The beauty of everyday life His narrative purity. Service stations that, dismantled at the beginning of the 90s, gave way to the services of the multinationals. Abandoned gas stations. Ruined. Blurred icons but living witnesses of a time […]

Constructing worlds
09-06-2015 No Comments

Constructing worlds

It assembles 250 works of 18 of the best international photographers of the history who, from the decade of 1930 to the present day, have changed the way of seeing the architecture and of thinking about the world in which we live. This exhibition is a part of the Official Section of the festival PHotoEspaña 2015. This sample of photography […]

The ordinary thing, Enrique Walker | Pedro Hernández
09-12-2013 No Comments

The ordinary thing, Enrique Walker | Pedro Hernández

¿Qué es lo Ordinario? Lo banal, lo cotidiano, lo vernácular… aquello existente, que ya está ahí, que forma parte de la realidad pero la arquitectura, como disciplina, ha excluido como caso de estudio. Son los carteles, los aparcamientos, los ascensores…son los elementos rechazados en origen por la arquitectura académica que, al recogerlos, debe cuestionarse a si misma como disciplina, redefiniendo, […]