Le Corbusier: Architecture Meets Fine Art Meets Graphic Design
“In his lifetime, Le Corbusier made 7,000 works on paper and 450 oil paintings.” So explained Eric Mouchet of Galerie Zlotowski, a Parisian art gallery that specializes in early-20th-century art, especially Cubism, with a special focus on Le Corbusier. The conversation took place two weekends ago at The Salon: Art+Desi
Le corbusier' After WWI, modernism is formed about the time that Western countries were accepted the industrialization which influenced art to be in more mechanical like, geometric form. Cubism can be...
Preview FIAC 2015
The 42nd edition of FIAC opens in Paris’s Grand Palais on Thursday, October 22, with previews for invited guests on Wednesday, October 21. While FIAC will also host affiliated events and installations throughout the French capital, the main fair will bring together 173 galleries from 23 countries,...
Le Corbusier, Architect of Modernity — The Art of Fine Living
Le Corbusier “The Builder” was born Charles Edouard Jeanneret-Gris (1887-1965) and was designing houses for his family’s social circle in Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland by age twenty. By his twenty-fourth birthday he had apprenticed with Auguster Perret in Paris and Peter Behrens in Berlin, Germany.
Another view of Le Corbusier's work
In the recent gallery openings around town, one exhibition at Modernism gallery on Market Street in San Francisco will interest architects and art aficionados equally. The secret may lie in his lesser-known drawings and artwork, long considered an adjunct to his architecture and architectural theory. The remarkable parallels drawn between modernist architecture and modern art at this slender exhibition of 23 artworks on paper (some from private collections), make it riveting.
Le Corbusier y la cuestión del brutalismo | Sobre Arquitectura y más | Desde 1998
Desde 1998 referente de la cultura arquitectónica: METALOCUS es una publicación independiente dedicada a la arquitectura y más, mucho más ...