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ontemporary art gallery yusto / giner presents ‘architecture for resistance’, the first solo exhibition of spanish artist dionisio gonzález in malaga

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dionisio gonzalez imagines disaster resistant surrealist structures 초현실주의 건축물 이 건축물들의 ...

ontemporary art gallery yusto / giner presents ‘architecture for resistance’, the first solo exhibition of spanish artist dionisio gonzález in malaga

Porte d'entrée de la ville de Foumban, vue de l'extérieur (palissade en bambou) / non identifié (1930/1940)

Porte d'entrée de la ville de Foumban, vue de l'extérieur (palissade en bambou) / non identifié (1930/1940)

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Elegant industrial concept buildings imagined to withstand incessant natural disasters

Rifugio Carlo Mollino

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This is a Brutalist Fountain. I really like the design and thought process of this fountain. I see a delusion of movement .I also think the water which has also been included is very cleaver because water has its own movement of element.

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Сюрреалистические архитектурные видения Дионисио Гонсалеса

dionisio gonzález brings us his latest series 'trans-actions', a set of imaginary architectural realizations which beckon the question - are these structures contemporary habitable spaces or ruins of a former landscape now forgotten?

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Inter-Acciones: Photos by Dionisio Gonzalez

A curated blog featuring art, photography, architecture, design, and animation from established and emerging artists around the world.

Kibble Palace, Glasgow Botanical Gardens - Photograph by John Bankier /

Kibble Palace at Glasgow Botanical Gardens. It opened in 1873 and its interior was lit by 600 gas lamps which could be coloured for effect.

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