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Jacques Herzog and Luis Fernández-Galiano

Architecture inspired by art

11/14/2017

In conversation with Luis Fernández-Galiano, the architect Jacques Herzog presents a journey through his creative career focusing on several significant works: from his early days characterised by the use of natural materials and elemental and minimalist forms, to his evolution towards decorative elements conceived in a classical manner and the reconversion of industrial buildings, maintaining the structure of the constructions, such as the Tate Modern in London (2000), CaixaForum Madrid (2008) and the Elba Philharmonic in Hamburg (2015). Herzog asserts that one of the fundamental issues in architecture is tuning in with the space and public acceptance, as this is what brings the work to life. To conclude, he acknowledges the influence and his intellectual fascination with abstract visual artists.

Lectures
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Music
  • Orquesta de Cuerda del RCSMM
    Orquesta de Cuerda del RCSMM D. Shostakóvich: Chamber Symhpony Op. 110a. J. S. Bach: Contrapunctus 1, from The Art of Fugue BWV 1080 25:28
  • Forefront
    Forefront Works by D. Ellington, S. Wonder, D. Gates, M. Love, B. Wilson, B. Johnson, L. Pauling, R. Bass, É. Piaf, M. Monnot, J. McCree, A. von Tilzer, S. Gorrell, H. Carmichael, S. Young, G. Gershwin, J. Herman, J. van Heusen, S. Cahn and S. Wohlers 47:40
  • Dúo Del Valle
    Dúo Del Valle Works by F. Schubert and J. Brahms 38:24
  • Kristian Bezuidenhout
    Kristian Bezuidenhout Works by W. A. Mozart and F. Schubert 57:34
  • Stephen Waarts and Gabriele Carcano
    Stephen Waarts and Gabriele Carcano G. Fauré: Sonata in A major for violin and piano Op. 13 27:35
  • Fernando Delgado, presentation
    Fernando Delgado, presentation For travellers and home readers. A look at Spain from the piano of the 19th century 30:48
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Art
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