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ferribotti · 11 minutes ago
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Catania la Collegiata, Ispica Maria Annunziata, Modica Cattedrale, Noto Cattedrale, Scicli San Bartolomeo, Scicli San Michele, Scicli San Giovanni, Ragusa la Cattedrale e San Giuseppe, Petralia Soprana Santa Maria di Loreto,
Quando muore il sognatore, cosa succede al sogno? In miei due post precedenti, ti ho raccontato le premesse del Barocco Siciliano con Pietro Novelli a rappresentare la raffinatezza raggiunta ad inizio del 1600 nell’arte siciliana e con padre Tommaso Napoli a rappresentare gli influssi che dal nord Europa verso la fine del 1600raggiungevano la Sicilia. Padre Tommaso infatti, tornando dalla corte asburgica viennese, aveva portato con sé centinaia di disegni e tavole rappresentanti l’architettura che si stava sviluppando nel nord Europa. Essendo diventato Architetto del Regno, fu certamente il riferimento per i giovani architetti del suo tempo e sicuramente mostrò il bello che stava riempiendo i regni continentali. Cosi Guarino Guarini, nelle sue nuove chiese progettate per la ricca Messina mercantile, ne aveva subito l’influsso e così, indirettamente, il gesuita Angelo Italia e da qui a seguire fino ad arrivare Rosario Gagliardi che realizzò le più belle chiese barocche della Val di Noto. Gagliardi fu maestro non tanto nell’invenzione, ma nel riadattare spazi, ruderi di chiese antecedenti e prospettive esistenti per creare il suo sogno architettonico, verticale, aereo, scenografico e innovativo. In certi casi fu un ricostruire tra vincoli pratici, committenti incerti e limiti strutturali inconsueti. Per questo molte delle opere di Gagliardi, benché da lui progettate o da lui ispirate, furono realizzati e conclusi molto dopo la sua morte, passando di mano in mano, con la continua penuria di sovvenzioni e cambiamenti non programmati. Alla fine però il suo sogno gli è sopravvissuto, forse non per come inizialmente l’aveva immaginato, ma sicuramente il risultato, per noi uomini moderni, che abbiamo bisogno di macchine, computer e materiale speciali per realizzare quanto pensiamo, il risultato è fantastico.
When the dreamer dies, what happens to the dream? In my two previous posts, I told you about the premises of Sicilian Baroque with Pietro Novelli to represent the refinement reached at the beginning of the 1600s in Sicilian art and with Father Tommaso Napoli to represent the influences that from northern Europe towards the end of the 1600 reached Sicily . In fact, Father Tommaso, returning from the Viennese Habsburg court, had brought with him hundreds of drawings and tables representing the architecture that was developing in northern Europe. Having become Architect of the Kingdom, he was certainly the reference for the young architects of his time and certainly showed the beauty that was filling the continental kingdoms. Thus Guarino Guarini, in his new churches designed for the rich mercantile Messina, had suffered the influence and so, indirectly, the Jesuit Angelo Italia and from here to follow up to Rosario Gagliardi who built the most beautiful baroque churches in the Val di Known. Gagliardi was a master not so much in invention, but in re-adapting spaces, ruins of previous churches and existing perspectives to create his architectural, vertical, aerial, scenographic and innovative dream. In some cases he was a reconstruction between practical bonds, uncertain clients and unusual structural limits. For this reason many of Gagliardi's works, although designed by him or inspired by him, were made and completed long after his death, passing from hand to hand, with the continuing shortage of subsidies and unscheduled changes. In the end, however, his dream survived him, perhaps not as he initially imagined it, but certainly the result, for us modern men, who need special machines, computers and materials to achieve what we think, the result is fantastic.
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davideor94 · 14 minutes ago
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Rush hour - Rome, Italy 2021
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©️ Davide Oricchio 2021
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newyorkarttours · 17 minutes ago
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Jonathan Monaghan at Bitforms Gallery
Luxury, power, and technology provocatively merge in Jonathan Monaghan’s mesmerizing digital images and new animation ‘Den of Wolves’ at Bitforms Gallery. Traditional symbols of monarchal authority – an ermine robe, a scepter – show up in the aisles of an otherwise empty big box outlet or a pristine, unpopulated Apple store, conflating old and new symbols of cultural clout. Still images titled ‘Sentry’ or ‘Soft Power’ picture the places and beings – composed of luxurious upholstery and architectural details - populating Monaghan’s eerie, too-perfect dystopia. (On view on the Lower East Side through June 12th. Masks and social distancing are required). Jonathan Monaghan, Soft Power II, dye-sublimation on aluminum, painted maple frame, 27 x 22.5 inches, 2020.
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a-dream-seeking-light · 21 minutes ago
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swang . - the great beyond
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A concept exploring a "post-Elysium" world where earth 100% turned uninhabitable, and the torus became a metropolis due to limited space on top of overpopulation.
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architecturealliance · 29 minutes ago
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Børsen and Christiansborg Palace, Copenhagen
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maxtirticdesign · 31 minutes ago
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jules-quinn · 34 minutes ago
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'Getty Villa'
Malibù, California 🇺🇸
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scavengedluxury · 35 minutes ago
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Hotel Európa, Siófok, Hungary, 1967. From the Budapest Municipal Photography Company archive.
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