Tag: William H. Bell

Visions | Antonio S. Rio Vázquez
27-02-2015 No Comments

Visions | Antonio S. Rio Vázquez

«Though we withdraw added cultural or linguistic, we will never find, below, a pure place – and even less a Space or pure Time-. What we will find they are constant and changeable qualifications on the particular places: places qualified by his own contents and qualified by the different ways in which these contents are articulated (indicated, described, controversial, narrated, […]

The third vision | Antonio S. Río Vázquez
15-05-2011 110 Comments

The third vision | Antonio S. Río Vázquez

Formed as geologist, Mark Klett (Albany, 1952) is a teacher of Art in the State University of Arizona. Interested in the relation between the culture, the time and the landscape, it began in the middle of the seventies a series of photographies of the places of the North American west that had been gathered by the chamber of the pioneers Timothy […]