Tag: escultura

As burnt blight. Christian García Bello
26-03-2015 No Comments

As burnt blight. Christian García Bello

As burnt blight is an agilización of the creative process by Christian García Bello (A Coruña, 1986) towards the rotundity contained of the gesture, and towards the severity extreme of a character in concrete and certainly radical evasion. This evasion is a loyalty towards one itself, finding of the temporary thing that tends and stratifies towards the top thing; and it is […]

Questions, by Eduardo Chillida
16-12-2014 No Comments

Questions, by Eduardo Chillida

Curaterd as Ignacio Chillida, Eduardo Chillida’s Questions, adopts the name of the title of the book that the artist read during his appointment as Honorary Member of San Fernando’s Royal Academy in Madrid (1994) and that gathers for the first time his own questions and aphorisms. The exhibition is structured in two plants: the first one presents a selection of […]

A Zodiac. Juan Navarro Baldeweg
09-10-2014 No Comments

A Zodiac. Juan Navarro Baldeweg

The Museum ICO presents the exhibition A Zodiac. Juan Navarro Baldeweg, a sample of the work of this architect and Spanish artist of recognized international prestige. His original architectural work denotes a clear foundation in conceptual topics that have his origin in a versatile activity developed in the areas of the painting, the sculpture and the installation. This parallel dedication […]

Amando Cuellas´ Sonata in red. París
26-09-2014 No Comments

Amando Cuellas´ Sonata in red. París

It is the title of the exhibition that is realized in Paris, fruit of the work of the latter five years in three dimensions, prolongation of a path and of a need of plastic communication, which tries to be coherent with the evolution of the artist, which it began already forty years ago with the drawing and the painting, which […]

Henri Matisse. Cut-outs. Drawing With Scissors
02-09-2014 No Comments

Henri Matisse. Cut-outs. Drawing With Scissors

The revolutionary late-period work by Matisse. Towards the end of his monumental career as a painter, sculptor, and lithographer, an elderly, sickly Matisse was unable to stand and use a paintbrush for a longer period of time. In this late phase of his life—he was almost 80 years of age—he developed the technique of ‘carving into color’, creating bright, bold […]

Le Corbusier intervened in Marseille | Marcelo Gardinetti
16-01-2014 2 Comments

Le Corbusier intervened in Marseille | Marcelo Gardinetti

The terrace of the Unit Room of Marseilles will be opened the visitors established as space for exhibitions of contemporary art, an initiative of the designer Ora-Ïto. The famous terrace of Cité Radiuse designed by Le Corbusier, it was sold to the French artist in 2010, after being several years without use and plunged in an outpost been of deterioration for […]

An intemperate fluency | Marcelo Gardinetti
23-12-2013 No Comments

An intemperate fluency | Marcelo Gardinetti

Most of the works realized in the last years by Zaha Hadid turns out to be works structured under decisively singular bosses of design, where the rough lines of his formal statement constitute the axis of his emblems, over any other variable. These generatrices applied of a strict way in his works, produce works of extravagant figures that can be […]

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 […]

Architect Clorindo Testa (1923-2013) | Martín Marcos
15-04-2013 2 Comments

Architect Clorindo Testa (1923-2013) | Martín Marcos

A creator between Apollo and Dionysus Though born in Naples, Italy and come to the Argentina at the age of five; Clorindo Testa was an overcoat a man of Buenos Aires. A flaneur porteño. Dazzling architect and brilliant artist was a product of an educated and passionate city, of there his principal qualities were nourished and extracted. Formed in the […]

Imagined Memories · Mitsuo Miura
12-04-2013 No Comments

Imagined Memories · Mitsuo Miura

The art of Mitsuo Miura (Iwate, 1946), who has lived in Spain since 1966, stands out for its near-geometrical shapes and well-defined colours that vary according to the themes explored. His work uses a wide range of methods, techniques and disciplines and has an affinity with certain languages of the movements that arose in the second half of the 20th […]

Vertical Desire | Íñigo García Odiaga
25-03-2013 3 Comments

Vertical Desire | Íñigo García Odiaga

Often we observe buildings that show a great desire for conquering the uprightness. It is immediate to think about the idea proportion, a concept that unties the royal height of an object or of a building of his desires of uprightness. A limited plant, opposite to one strong component in the axis Z guarantees the formalization of a tower though […]

Metonymy · Cristina Iglesias
14-02-2013 No Comments

Metonymy · Cristina Iglesias

Cristina Iglesias (San Sebastián, 1956) began her training in art in Barcelona, focusing on the fields of drawing and ceramics. She completed her studies at Chelsea School of Art in London at the beginning of the 1980s. It was during this decade that her career within the institution of art took off, favoured by her presence at events such as […]

The harpoon and the whale
22-11-2012 No Comments

The harpoon and the whale

The Thursday 22 November to the 20:00 hours inaugurates  in the room of exhibitions of the delegation of A Coruña of the Colexio Official of Architects the exhibition “The arpón and the whale”, of Carlos Álvarez and Cristina Sánchez. The exhibition explains of three parts: 1. Photographies, that belong to the project that gives name to the exhibition, “The arpón […]

Notebook of New York (y VII) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez
16-08-2012 No Comments

Notebook of New York (y VII) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez

Come from… Last day of the trip coincided with the visit to the Museum of the City, a building near the Guggenheim projected in 1932 by Joseph H. Freedlander with an neocolonial architecture neocolonial so different from the concebida for Wright in the first half of century. There, like a magnificent closing of the voyage, there was showing himself the sample The […]

Notebook of New York (VI) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez
07-08-2012 No Comments

Notebook of New York (VI) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez

Come from In the book Great Streets, Allan B. Jacobs dedicates the second part to compiling a series of «streets that they teach». Between them the Fifth Avenue, at a height of Central Park. Jacobs aims that «Both the park and the street seem of easy access». Concerning the Fifth Avenue they turn out to be different of the principal museums of New […]

Notebook of New York (V) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez
07-08-2012 No Comments

Notebook of New York (V) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez

Come from The fingerprint of the teachers remains indelible in the plot of New York. To the distant and passionate presence of Le Corbusier, from his provocative initiation visit of up to his retreat with the disenchantment for the building of the UN in 1947, adds those of other teachers, between them both paradigms of the architectural modernity. Frank Lloyd Wright […]

Notebook of New York (IV) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez
06-07-2012 One Comment

Notebook of New York (IV) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez

Come from The High Line supposes the meeting with the city of the 30s – decade in the one that constructed the air line of railroad herself to avoid the dangerousness of sharing the street with the pedestrians – and the Nueva York of the 21st century, when the routes – in disuse from 1980-were claimed by the citizens. It is […]

Notebook of New York (III) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez
21-06-2012 One Comment

Notebook of New York (III) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez

Come from For Le Corbusier, the skyscrapers of New York were too small. – they are not big enough – he said, answering to the journalists who interviewed it in the MoMA, within a few hours of his arrival to the United States in 1935. Surprised by the observation, they will attend to the explanation of the architect, developed later […]

Notebook of New York (II) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez
17-06-2012 One Comment

Notebook of New York (II) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez

Come from Geography and geometry have been intimately joined from the origins of the urbanism. Across the geometry the planning of the cultures became simple, and also the construction of the city. The plot reticulada not only allows the control of the present – and the assumption of the past – but it shelters the future growth, theoretically immensely. The […]

Notebook of New York (I) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez
16-06-2012 2 Comments

Notebook of New York (I) | Antonio S. Río Vázquez

The trip to a city known always is a fascinating experience. Even more if it is a question of a destination chased for time, which visit turns into an ansíada put and, at the same time, in the beginning of new reflections and trips in the space and the time, that they extend and recall the own experience. These days […]

Formas breves, Outras, 25
04-06-2012 One Comment

Formas breves, Outras, 25

‘ BRIEF, DIFFERENT FORMS, 25 ‘, a project of the young woman police station Anja Isabel Schneider, is a joint production of the MARCO of Vigo and the DRESS-COAT Lorraine de Metz, France. Across the works of 14 artists, this sample explores the notion of reading in his multiple modalities of experimentation, experience and structure. The offer, which includes pieces […]

Pecha Kucha NightCoruña [vol.6]
21-05-2012 No Comments

Pecha Kucha NightCoruña [vol.6]

Already we have the list of referees that will take part in the sixth edition of Pecha Kucha Night Coruña, next Friday, the 25th of May from 11 p.m. in the Playa Club (Platforms of Riazor s/n): Lara Pintos [Painting/illustration], trespes.arquitectos [Architecture], Meisterstück [creative Study and gallery], Diego Cabezas [Sculpture], Negocios raros [Development of creative companies], LCG [Architecture], Miguel Angulo […]

Encuentros, Enconters
10-11-2011 813 Comments

Encuentros, Enconters

Astride between Galicia and New York, ” Meetings, Enconters ” is Maria Goretti Bello’s project Seráns, comisariado for Manuel Gonzalez Gómez, who assembles the work of 13 Galician sculptors in an unusual exhibition that will be exposed in Manhattan from December 14 to December 18. The Spanish Center Native located in the Great Apple, will receive the sample integrated by […]

Entropía
29-09-2011 258 Comments

Entropía

Entropy recreates a condition limit between the balance and the random order. The movement, the transformation and the relation of the spectator with the explanatory space take a basic paper and turn into latent elements of the exhibition. Miguélez’s work raises a ” subjective displacement ” in which dislocations take place between what we might consider on one hand: one […]

Light Walls 001
13-09-2011 90 Comments

Light Walls 001

The relation of the artist Aitor Ortiz (Bilbao, 1971) with the Guggenheim dates back of 1995. It was at the time when Ortiz, which plays with the photography as way of study of the architecture and of the space, received the order of documenting photographically the construction of Frank Gehry’s building. Also in the tenth anniversary of the art gallery, […]

EXPANDED LANDSCAPES [Marcos Miguelez]
22-03-2011 41 Comments

EXPANDED LANDSCAPES [Marcos Miguelez]

Marcos Miguélez presents in the room ARTLinavalero of Barcelona his exhibition Expanded Landscapes. In her maquetas, sculptures, a piece of video and of course a conjoint appeal of paintings build a landscape encoded in geometrical keys. Marcos Miguélez splits of a position regarding the comparable architecture to the one of sculptors, as Gordon Matta Clark, Dan Graham or more recently […]

Chaos and Classicism
22-02-2011 1,110 Comments

Chaos and Classicism

The own title, Chaos and Classicism, offers the first tracks of the argument expositivo, that the American commissioner Kenneth And.Silver Has had clarity splitting of the need that in that moment have the creators of «a turn to the order» through the painting, the sculpture, the photography, the cinema or even the design and the fashion. Around 160 creations, pertinent […]

Exhibition Diego Cabezas:reliefs and sculptures
14-02-2011 1,665 Comments

Exhibition Diego Cabezas:reliefs and sculptures

The young sculptor coruñes, Diego Cabezas,presents us a series of new reliefs and sculptures of thematic varied, from works more naif until other more constructivist. They are aerial drawings of personal style of big visual power, in any case in his work always rustiy and in other enamel. Tuesday, 15 February to the 21:00 – 16 February to the 0:00. […]

Richard Serra "Hand Catching Lead".1968
11-01-2011 31 Comments

Richard Serra “Hand Catching Lead”.1968

Richard Serra (n. San Francisco, The United States, November 2, 1939) is a minimalist American sculptor known for working with big pieces of steel cut. He studied Literature in Berkeley’s University, between 1957 and 1961. Later he studied Art in Yale’s University. While west was living on the coast, was kept being employed at an acerería, activity that influenced his […]

Acisclo. Los paisajes de Acisclo
19-03-2010 33 Comments

Acisclo. Los paisajes de Acisclo

That one of yesterday is one of those exhibitions that history do. Those that people uses as referring to the time of saying the life culture from Orense. The exhibition hall of Caixanova in the capital takes in from yesterday shows her Acisclo. Landscapes of Acisclo. Acisclo gathered several artists’ generations in the opening | miguel villar «Is never stopped […]