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Título: A paisagem na cidade, da modernidade à contemporaneidade : um exercício curatorial sobre a experiência do lugar urbano
Autor: Rodrigues, Joseph, 1969-
Palavras-chave: Benoliel, Joshua, 1873-1932
Atget, Eugène, 1856-1927
Brassaï, pseud.
Inglez, Alexandre, 1959-
Cabrita, Catarina, 1991-
Gomes, Filipe, 1969-
Pimentel, Joana, 1996-
Torres, Lizangela, 1975-
Ferreira, Miguel, 1992-
Lobo, Miguel, 1988-
Proença, Miguel, 1963-
Chiado (Lisboa, Portugal)
Vida cultural
Street art
Data de Defesa: 13-Mar-2018
Resumo: The city was a site of interest for photography, at the end of the 19th Century. It was used as a basis for experimentation and interpretation of its cultural landscape and locations. It was also decisive in defining the concept of street photography, with its depictions of the visible and invisible realities of the city over the years. In the modern period, we saw the construction of a new urban culture and identity in Europe, as well as profound urban changes, which turned cities into the protagonists of new sociocultural contexts. With that, a spirit of progress and renewal, which gave rise to increased interest in countless areas of knowledge, in cultural and urban landscapes, as well as in the visual arts, specifically, painting and photography. In all this, different approaches jostled for space, some based on philosophy, some using other sciences, like geography, sociology, or anthropology in their reflections on the impact of urban life, as a product of man's activity on the land. Given that the new landscapes inspired increasing interest in theoretical approaches, we can take photography as a foundation for documenting the cultural and urban landscape and its visible and invisible realities. The history of photography brings together some of the best interpreters of urban life, such as Eugène Atget (1857-1927), George Brassai (1899-1984) and Joshua Benoliel (1873-1932), among others. As street photographers, they depicted the cities of Paris and Lisbon in the modern period. Based on their perspectives, we proposed a curatorial project featuring such landscapes, with the aim of allowing experimentation and interpretation together with the public, while raising their profile as part of modern and contemporary Europe's heritage of urban culture. Taking Joshua Benoliel's perspective on modern Chiado for one aspect of the curatorial project, we held a photography workshop at the same urban location, projecting his interpretation onto modern day Chiado, and observing the dynamics and specialities of his genius loci, in an experience of "visiting" and "revisiting." The eight views produced by the workshop participants, mostly students of F.B.A.U.L (Fine Arts Faculty of the University of Lisbon), were presented on campus in the exhibition: "Chiado - modern day urban space, (re)visiting Joshua Benoliel's perspective," in June 2015. These works served as a critical foundation for looking at the experience of this location and the building of an urban identity. They achieved an effective dialogue between various creators, the young artists and all those characterizing the cultural and urban landscape of Chiado in its timelessness
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/34800
Designação: Tese de doutoramento, Belas Artes, na especialidade de Ciências da Arte, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2018
Aparece nas colecções:FBA - Teses de Doutoramento

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