Tag: John Cage

The architecture in front of the death of the art | José Ramón Hernández Correa
28-09-2018 One Comment

The architecture in front of the death of the art | José Ramón Hernández Correa

The artistic forefronts always have looked at the architecture of an ambiguous way. On one hand, the artists (painters, sculptors, photographers, poets, musicians …) they have had always the label hung of chisgarabises, and have sought with zeal to put in his troupe some architect, who seemed to give him venerability to the group or movement that was. (An architect […]

The Sounds of Silence | Jorge Meijide
12-07-2012 One Comment

The Sounds of Silence | Jorge Meijide

[1] The Sounds of Silence In 1952, in the Maverick Hall, a peculiar room of concerts placed between the trees, in the middle of the forests of the New York State, a pianist sits down before the piano to interpret a piece. The piece is entitled 4 ‘ 33 “, four minutes thirty three second and the signature John Cage. […]