Tag: fundación Juan March

Lina Bo Bardi: tupí or not tupí. Brasil, 1946-1992
09-10-2018 No Comments

Lina Bo Bardi: tupí or not tupí. Brasil, 1946-1992

5.0 01 This exhibition is the first to be held in Spain on the fascinating figure of Lina Bo Bardi (Rome, 1914 – São Paulo, 1992). Trained as an architect in Italy in the 1930s, she moved to Brazil in 1946 with her husband, the critic and art collector Pietro María Bardi, as part of the massive wave of post-war […]

Architecture pioneers
04-09-2018 No Comments

Architecture pioneers

5.0 01 In the twentieth century women managed to break through in the professional world. In the field of architecture, the ascent towards their labor consideration was staggered: it was incorporated, in the first instance, through disciplines such as interior design, furniture and various decorations. This lecture series will feature four pioneers whose careers gave a new meaning to architecture: […]

Josef Albers: Minimal Means, Maximum Effect
02-07-2014 No Comments

Josef Albers: Minimal Means, Maximum Effect

5.0 01 Josef Albers: Minimal Means, Maximum Effect is the first retrospective in Spain devoted to Josef Albers (1888–1976). Comprising more than one hundred works of art in addition to furniture, objects, photographs, and a range of documentary material, the exhibition has been devised and developed over the last years in close collaboration with The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation […]

Paul Klee: master of the Bauhaus
01-04-2013 2 Comments

Paul Klee: master of the Bauhaus

5.0 01 The exhibition is the result of several years of work in collaboration with the Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern, and it is based on what may well be —after the publication of the artist’s catalogue raisonné— the most significant and relevant research project on Klee of a “structural” nature conducted in the last decades: the critical edition of […]

Protagonists of the architecture of the 21st century
17-02-2012 One Comment

Protagonists of the architecture of the 21st century

0.0 00 The Britisher Norman Foster, the Dutch Rem Koolhaas, the Swisses Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron and the Japanese Kazuyo Sejima y Ryue Nishizawa, all of them rewarded with the Prize Pritzker, are undoubtedly some of the most out-standing protagonists of the contemporary architecture. To his work there devotes himself this cycle given by Luis Fernandez-Galiano, architect and […]