On the occasion of the VI Ibero-American Seminar, which took place on January 17 and 18, 2023, university professors and architects presented a series of conferences related to Literature, Architecture and Fine Arts at the University of Dhaka, in which they spoke of the relationships between Literature and Painting, Architecture, public space and memory.
Inauguration of the Seminar.
Speakers: Mr. Ignacio Siles Fernández-Palacio, representing the Ambassador of Spain in Dhaka, M. Francisco de Asís Benítez Salas, María José Martínez López, Director of the Inditex Chair and Professor Santiago Fernández Mosquera.
JULIO VÉLEZ SAINZ (Complutense University of Madrid)
Theatre as a dialogue between the arts
"The theatre is poetry that comes out of the book to become human", Federico García Lorca, who had a great knowledge painting, music and poetry, proposes theatre as the sum of all visual, written and performing arts. In the talk we follow in his wake and propose a panoramic vision of Hispanic Theatre as the nucleus of "total art".
NURIA PRIETO GONZALEZ
Architecture and memory: eight contemporary Spanish works
Contemporary Spanish architecture is a cultural sample that cannot be understood outside of the roots that frame it in memory and place. We will review eight significant works in which it is shown that architecture uses multiple tools to come true.
IGNACIO ARELLANO AYUSO (Universidad de Navarra)
Quevedo, painter with words: portraits in Quevedo's work.
Some of Don Francisco de Quevedo's portraits will be examined, from the laudatory ones he dedicates to kings and nobles to the grotesque caricatures he applies to characters of low social status, but also on occasions to kings and emperors.
EVARISTO ZAS GOMEZ
Public space and socialisation in present-day Spain
Streets, squares and green areas are part of the physical space of socialisation. In Spanish cities, the urban landscape offers its own characteristics in terms of its typologies, historical evolution and new contemporary uses.
17/01/23 - 18/01/23