Tag: Richard Serra

Shift House | Miguel Plata Hierro
17-05-2017 No Comments

Shift House | Miguel Plata Hierro

The emergency of a new sensibility. At the end of the decade of the 60, the world of the art suffers a change and is opened for contemporary works as the performance, the land art and the facilities site-specific. The materials, the processes and the tools turn, from this moment, into the major worries of the creators. The artistic object […]

The robotic bricklayer | Íñigo García Odiaga
16-03-2015 36 Comments

The robotic bricklayer | Íñigo García Odiaga

The enthusiasm for advancing and for crossing new ways has done that the contemporary architecture has managed to revile even the traditional systems of construction based on the brick and on the workforce of a bricklayer. Overcome Eladio Dieste’s works that from the rational language of the modern movement they were proposing the use of the brick as an element […]

Common actions. Looks and urban interventions from the art and the architecture.
16-12-2014 No Comments

Common actions. Looks and urban interventions from the art and the architecture.

In 1968 the North American artist John Baldessari was establishing his terms more used to define creative works in the art, forming on a linen those who, according to it, were the words capable of explaining this practice in the 20th century (it searched in books of art which were the most repeated actions and it them was dictated to […]

There is Only Drawing · Pedro Calapez
17-12-2013 No Comments

There is Only Drawing · Pedro Calapez

Taking as a point of item an appointment of the North American sculptor Richard Serra, Pedro Calapez Luis Seoane presents in the Foundation several of his more recent works in which, across drawing, it penetrates into the relation between the limits of the own work and the environment, between the space into the one that arranges the work and which […]

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 […]