Architecture

PINTA NAMES DANIEL FISCHER AS NEW ARCHITECT

With its new location and wider horizons, Pinta introduces architect and curator Daniel Fischer to its production team.

By Mercedes Abella
Architecture

PINTA NAMES DANIEL FISCHER AS NEW ARCHITECT

By Mercedes Abella
COLUMNS AS TEXTS: READING ARCHITECTURE

In 1985, Josefina Ludmer gave a set of classes in the form of a seminar at the University of Buenos Aires. These classes marked a turning point in the way we read literary theory. In dialogue with the book Ways of Seeing by John Berger, Ludmer will raise the question about ways of reading literature. Ricardo Piglia dictates in 1990 a seminar composed of 11 classes that will later be known as the seminar of "The three vanguards"; This will become a point of reference to account - among other problems - for how certain authors build their own tradition by confronting it with others.

By Martín A. Cohen, Arq.
Architecture

COLUMNS AS TEXTS: READING ARCHITECTURE

By Martín A. Cohen, Arq.
PHOTOGRAPHY AS A CONSTRUCTION OF ARCHITECTURAL SENSE

Gonzalo Maggi, in his photography, provides entity to a space that, although occupied, emanates a certain feeling of emptiness. By introducing a subject, an individual but metonymic form of existence, he gives architecture a meaning that exceeds its own ontology.

By Mercedes Abella
Architecture

PHOTOGRAPHY AS A CONSTRUCTION OF ARCHITECTURAL SENSE

By Mercedes Abella
EXTEND THE WHITE OF THE STATUES TO THE WALLS AND CUT THE BLUE OF THE SKY

Carlo Scarpa designed the Gipsoteca - plaster museum - for Antonio Canova in Possagno between 1955 and 1957. An expansion of the museum that houses the molds of the great Italian neoclassical sculptor, we keep a copy of his Three Graces in front of the Sarmiento Historical Museum in Buenos Aires.

By Arch. Alejandro Vaca Bononato
Architecture

EXTEND THE WHITE OF THE STATUES TO THE WALLS AND CUT THE BLUE OF THE SKY

By Arch. Alejandro Vaca Bononato
TRANSMODERNISMOS, CONCEPTUALITIES OF THE HABITAT AND THE BODY

Fabiana Barreda's work, exhibited at BAphoto 2021 at the OdA Arte stand, amalgamates different cases and concepts within the idea of ​​space and the politics of feminism. With references to the great architectures, and to the female body as habitable and inhabiting, subjectivities are called into question and once again photography plays a catalytic role of simultaneous approach and estrangement.

By Mercedes Abella
Architecture

TRANSMODERNISMOS, CONCEPTUALITIES OF THE HABITAT AND THE BODY

By Mercedes Abella
CARLO SCARPA, VENICE, THE ENIGMA IN THE POETIC

"Venice, nenuphar city" ... says the poet Paul Morand in his magnificent book Venises, plural. Venice, in addition to being host of the most famous biennials, today on its seventeenth edition in architecture, is in its plurality the land of one of the great masters of 20th century architecture, Carlo Scarpa.

By Alejandro Vaca Bononato, Architect
Architecture

CARLO SCARPA, VENICE, THE ENIGMA IN THE POETIC

By Alejandro Vaca Bononato, Architect
NEW HORIZONS - ARCHITECTURE SECTION IN ARTE AL DÍA

Arte al Día is pleased to present a new editorial section. With a more holistic view of art, the new Architecture section is proposed as a platform for expansion. It will be carried out under the curatorship of the Argentine architect Alejandro Vaca Bononato.

Architecture

NEW HORIZONS - ARCHITECTURE SECTION IN ARTE AL DÍA

MAGDALENA FERNÁNDEZ WINS INTERNATIONAL CODAawards

When artists, designers, industry resources, and clients work together, common places are transformed into spectacular spaces. CODAworx, the hub of the commissioned art economy, has announced the winners of the ninth annual international CODAawards: Collaboration of Design + Art. The CODAawards recognize collaborations that result in outstanding projects which successfully integrate commissioned art into interior, architectural, or public spaces.

Architecture

MAGDALENA FERNÁNDEZ WINS INTERNATIONAL CODAawards

TO THE BIENNALE’S QUESTION “HOW WILL WE LIVE TOGETHER?” THE DANISH ANSWER WITH “CONNECTEDNESS”

Con-nect-ed-ness: The Danish Pavilion at the 17th International Venice Architecture Biennale focuses on people’s connection with each other and with nature, in a total installation consisting of a giant cyclic system of water collected locally in Venice.

Architecture

TO THE BIENNALE’S QUESTION “HOW WILL WE LIVE TOGETHER?” THE DANISH ANSWER WITH “CONNECTEDNESS”

AMERICAN FRAMING – UNITED STATES PAVILION AT THE VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE

To the question proposed by Hashim Sarkis (curator of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition) How will we live together?, the United States project team alludes to the democratic nature of wood framing.

Architecture

AMERICAN FRAMING – UNITED STATES PAVILION AT THE VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE