Students learned different artistic techniques first-hand
28 de February de 2018

A group of students of Interior Design, Graphic Design, Product Design, as well as Illustration Degree could enjoy the art in the first person. Last week, they visited the exhibition “Equal-Parallel: Gernika-Bengasi” by Richard Serra, a work created specifically for the Museum Reina Sofía; where they could also learn from the work of William Kentridge through his exhibition “Basta y sobra”, which focuses on his stage production, including theater, opera and performance.

The next stop was at the exhibition “Warhol, mechanical art”, which reviews the creative development of Andy Warhol, from his beginnings as a graphic designer in New York. There, the students were able to learn about some industrial techniques used by the pop art artist, from serigraph to the video recorder, alongside production patterns that he defined as “typical of an assembly line”.

The learning about artistic techniques, continued by with visiting the exhibition “El mundo de Giorgio de Chirico. Sueño o realidad” a retrospective that shows the evolution of the artistic production of the great master of metaphysical art. It includes paintings, sculptures, watercolors and drawings representative of the main themes of the artist and his continuous technical research.

In addition, the students were also able to catch up on all the new trends at the Arco 2018 fair, which this year shows the concept “The future”. Not giving importance to what is going to happen, but to what we are going to make, a commitment to be acquired by all of us as creative people.

Aitex ens presenta el “Cuaderno de Tendencias del Hábitat 22/23”
Tallers de preparació: proves d’accés 23/24
“Las Sinsombrero”, taller plàstic i poètic
Exposició de cartells 8 de març / Il·lustració Aplicada al Producte
Comissió del Congrés dels Diputats