Tag: jean-luc godard

Botas Ghirlanda → Malaparte → Godard → Cavani | Jorge Gorostiza
04-10-2019 No Comments

Botas Ghirlanda → Malaparte → Godard → Cavani | Jorge Gorostiza

Recently, surfing the net, I found the picture Gulf of Capri, which Juan Manuel Botas Ghirlanda painted in the first decade of the last century and whose reproduction attached on this text. It is curious that the pictures and almost everything, is now seen more on the screens than in reality, although the impression is not the same. When I […]

Of the architecture without ideology? | Pedro Hernández
05-12-2016 No Comments

Of the architecture without ideology? | Pedro Hernández

In 2011, Vicente Serrano publishes the book Spinoza’s wound, where it approaches, from the philosophy, the topic of the happiness. In the chapter v –Biopoder without ideologies– it exposes and analyzes how, actually, any way of being able tends to control, to order and articulate any thing that falls down under his influence. It is Highland what, using Nietzche’s words, […]

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 […]