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  • Solo Exhibitions
    1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 results 1 3 of 3 1 José Guerrero Work on paper 1970 1985 Spanish Abstract Art Museum Cuenca 1998 1999 José Guerrero Work on paper 1970 1985 Museu d Art Espanyol

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  • Library
    description of every document in the archive Until such analysis is complete we can provide the classification of the archive s contents 1 DOCUMENTATION RESULTING FROM EXHIBITIONS 1 1 Procedural documents from exhibitions 1 2 Catalogues of one man exhibitions 1 3 Catalogues of collective exhibitions 1 4 Leaflets of one man exhibitions 1 5 Leaflets of collective exhibitions 2 PROFESSIONAL DOCUMENTATION 2 1 Galleries 2 2 American galleries almost

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  • Catalogue
    the responsibility of drawing up a catalogue raisonné of his work To this end centroguerrero org hereby opens up a channel of communication to all those interested in the artist in order to compile information on his art including the physical locatio of his work in any format If you own any painting and wish to participate in this project you can send us the following record The Cetnro Guerrero

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  • Building
    Outside Ground floor First floor Second floor Third floor Presentation Guerrero Collection Buildings The Centro Rehabilitation About the centro Exhibitions Education Activities Redes Weblog Publications Links Information

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  • Building
    the workshops of the Patria newspaper which gave it the name by which it is known in the city It is located inside an area bounded by three profoundly significant monuments in the urban and cultural landscape of Granada Bibarrambla Square the Zacatín Alcaicería and the Cathedral and adjoining Royal Chapel It stands on an irregular slightly trapezoid plot on the eastern end of one of the blocks consolidated after the Alcaicería was reduced to its present size after the fire of 1843 The building s ground plan is therefore due to the shape of the plot resulting from the new alignments intended to discipline the relation between the built volume and the street plan in the heart of the old Nasrid town Indeed the geometry of the plot forced the organization of its ground plan although giving onto three streets the main front on Oficios Street had little width and great depth This led to the use of the longer N S axis to articulate the distribution of spaces from the first floor up as the ground floor was completely occupied by the print shop whose installations were given an open plan thanks to a supporting structure of cast iron columns Structurally the building combined two construction systems the supporting brick walls that shaped its outer shell and the framework of iron pillars organizing the inner bays In elevation the three fronts are based on the repetition of an arched module providing an exact rhythm and ordering the façades on a continuous plane Although the compositional procedure of the façades goes back to 15th century Florentine palaces and shows the eclectic and historicist formation of the architect their use as screening walls in a utilitarian construction whose representative precepts are absent brings it closer to the world of industrial architecture The rehabilitation of the building to hold the José Guerrero Centre is centred on the architectonic idea of the route Since the visitor to an exhibition moves through the different rooms in a wandering fashion the José Guerrero Centre s spaces are ordered following a specific sequence The rooms are not merely juxtaposed but linked according to a principle similar to that of film montage or linguistic syntax To achieve this effect it is essential to introduce a hierarchy establishing a before and after This is done by the expressive use of vertical communication The stairs or elevator become a global component in the project that goes beyond their merely functional use to take on a truly architectonic dimension in other words to organize the space It is not that these elements are imbued with representative formality but that they establish the order in which the space becomes a dynamic factor guiding the visitor and introducing order into the sequence of the visit Moreover the project also recognizes the principle of plastic decomposition of the constructed volume between the solid formed by the outer casing and the inner structure implicit in Cendoya s original composition By using two construction

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  • Campo Baeza
    and service elements are located in the intrados space It is presided over and organized around a broad airy staircase In the central closed space the lighting is perfectly controlled on Guerrero s large canvases in which a certain air of Rothko can be felt The architect has avoided the temptation to create a larger entrance in on the ground floor He has made a fine interpretation of the series of arches over the narrow street and has given more power to the walls by covering them in stone There are some very deliberate details such as the bevelling of the corner up to the first floor The building is thus conceived with a clear strategy of a rising path around the central space Like a vertical architectural promenade A pathway in crescendo through spaces full of light around a closed central space But as it should be the best comes at the end in the culmination When we think it is all over at the top surrounded by an explosion of light a petrified landscape is revealed constrasting with the decidedly abstract shape of the museum The Cathedral and its coronation of stone lace appears within hand s reach The lesson learned from Le Corbusier of the box open to the sky and the lesson of the Andalusian flat roof have here been transmitted in an opening of the front to the sky for opposite is that magnificent landscape of the Cathedral The formal solution of directing this last room towards the Cathedral with absolute transparency is quite masterful I am reminded of the luminous image of the Transparente altar by Narciso Tomé in Toledo Cathedral It might be thought very daring as it was to introduce a baroque space onto a majestic gothic space The splendid reality of

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  • Your comment
    salas es hacerles sentir parte integrante de la institución Se elegirán un máximo de cinco textos por exposición realizados por los alumnos después de la Visita Comentada a partir de los previamente seleccionados por los centros educativos teniendo en cuenta su calidad originalidad o interés para ser mostrados en la página web del Centro José Guerrero REQUISITO Haber participado bien en las Visitas Comentadas a la exposición PRESELECCIÓN Realizada en

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  • Resources
    artistas representados en esta colección de la Diputación de Granada Javier Algarra Frederic Amat Vicente del Amo Manuel Ángeles Ortiz Eduardo Arroyo Judith Barry Manuel Bello Vicente Brito Rosa Brun Miguel Ángel Campano Carlos Cruz Diez Bill Dane Wim Delvoye Ferrán García Sevilla Curro González Alejandro Gorafe Luis Gordillo José Guerrero Joan Hernández Pijoan Julio Juste Javier Longobardo Eva Lootz Rogelio López Cuenca Chema Madoz Roberto Matta Richard Misrach Mitsuo

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