Tag: Walker Evans

Afterword | Miquel Lacasta
22-06-2020 No Comments

Afterword | Miquel Lacasta

The architecture is a specific type of imagination. This way Michael Hays affirms it in the text Afterword that closes the book Constructing a New Agenda, Architectural Theory 1993-2009.1 This type of imagination is a combination of sensibility, projection and conceptualization, which organizes the world in categories interrelated of time and space. Any architecture arises from an eminently complex substrate capable of negotiating […]

Resisting the Banality | Miquel Lacasta
25-05-2020 No Comments

Resisting the Banality | Miquel Lacasta

Does architecture enter in a new age?  It is difficult to know it. What if it seems to be clear is that the end of the absorption objetual has come to remain. With it I do not want to say that still today there should not appear in the sky buildings of a formal empty power of contents. Some blogs […]

Berenice Abbott. Portraits of Modernity
18-06-2019 No Comments

Berenice Abbott. Portraits of Modernity

Berenice Abbott. Pioneer, modern, fearless provides a detailed look at the artistic journey of this American photographer(Springfield, Ohio, 1898 – Monson, Maine, 1991). Her body of work, some of the most captivating North American photography of the first half of the 20th century, acted as a bridge between the avant-garde of the old continent and the burgeoning artistic scene of the East Coast of the United […]

Constructing worlds
09-06-2015 No Comments

Constructing worlds

It assembles 250 works of 18 of the best international photographers of the history who, from the decade of 1930 to the present day, have changed the way of seeing the architecture and of thinking about the world in which we live. This exhibition is a part of the Official Section of the festival PHotoEspaña 2015. This sample of photography […]

Wim Wenders. If the buildings could speak | Jorge Gorostiza
26-09-2010 One Comment

Wim Wenders. If the buildings could speak | Jorge Gorostiza

Wim Wenders is the director who in the eighties us fascinated to the architects thanks to movies as The sky on Berlin and Paris, Texas, but though I do not know very well which have been the reasons, seems to have fallen down in misfortune in the last years, in spite of notable movies, as The end of the violence, […]