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Fototertúlia (Photo Talk) “LA FOTOGRAFIA EN L’APRENENTATGE DE L’ARQUITECTURA. IMATGES DE LES EXCURSIONS DE L’ESCOLA D’ARQUITECTURA DE BARCELONA 1910-1923″, by Carmen Rodríguez Pedret.

July 11 - 18:30 - 19:30

Free
Estudiants i professors de l'ESAB a l'interior del monestir de San Francisco d'Àvila. Excursió ESAB 1904. Col·lecció ETSAB, Càtedra Gaudí, UPC (núm FF_ 001202)

Monday, July 11, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. in the Artistic Circle of Sant Lluc, carrer dels Mercaders, 42, Barcelona.
You can also access the photo talk from this link (the session will be recorded on video): https:://meet.jit.si/FOTOTERTULIES2022

Carmen Rodríguez Pedret will explain how trips and excursions have been an essential part in the training of architecture students. This was made very clear by Elies Rogent, the first director of the Barcelona School of Architecture, when in 1884 he organized the first academic outing in Poblet and which resulted in a monograph on the monastery.

Cimbori de la Seu Vella de Lleida. Excursió ESAB 1901. Col·lecció ETSAB, Càtedra Gaudí, UPC (núm FF_ 002402)

Dome of the Old Cathedral of Lleida. Excursion ESAB 1901. ETSAB Collection, Gaudí Chair, UPC (no. FF_ 002402)

At the same time, future architects discovered photography as an indispensable tool for heritage registration and for the analysis that accompanied the “in situ” drawing of buildings.

The photographic collections of the ETSAB and the Gaudí Chair bring us closer to this initial time, when photography transformed the learning of architecture and, beyond that, the look on landscapes and people that the camera found in the along his way.

 

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Date:
July 11
Time:
18:30 - 19:30
Cost:
Free
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Fotoconnexió
Website:
https://www.fotoconnexio.cat/

Venue

CERCLE ARTÍSTIC DE SANT LLUC
Carrer dels Mercaders, 42
Barcelona, Barcelona 08003 Espanya
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