domingo, 21 de junio de 2009

Fotógrafo Kindel. Fotografía antigua Alcázar de Segovia

Kindel , Joaquín del Palacio, fue un fotógrafo de amplia y reconocida labor entre los años 1950 y 1970.

Sus temas fueron tanto la arquitectura actual (Feduchi) , como los interiores de los edificios. Esta obra quedó reflejada en una amplia exposición en el COAM de Madrid.

Por otra parte su cámara se dirige también a muchos lugares de España, como en este caso con una imponente visión del Alcazar de Segovia, así a como de los tipos y gentes de una España que empezaba, lentamente a modernizarse.

  •  Rafael Zarza
Cuando las palabras ocultan la arquitectura

Fernández del Amo, el arquitecto, llegó a decir que su proyecto y su arquitectura se conocieron y se hicieron famosos, más que por la obra en sí, por las fotografías de Kindel:
“… volviendo a los heróicos años cincuenta, fue por entonces cuando le pedí a Joaquín (del Palacio) –Kindel– que viniese a ver los pueblos que estaba construyendo para los nuevos asentamientos de la Colonización por tierras de Extremadura, de Levante, de La Mancha y del Sur. Las fotografías que él hizo, sobre tableros rigurosamente modulados, fueron al Congreso de la Unión Internacional de Arquitectos que se celebraba en Moscú en el año 1958, y me trajeron lauras que sin duda en parte a él debo. Fotografías suyas de la obra de mis pueblos fueron a la Bienal de Sao Paulo, a Burdeos, y se propagaron por revistas y publicaciones
especializadas. Yo, aquí debo decir, y he declarado muchas veces, que al ‘objetivo’, a la sensibilidad, a la visión de Joaquín del Palacio debo en gran parte mis éxitos, y le estoy agradecido


Su archivo esta recogido en la Fundacion Joaquín Díaz en Urueña.

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Actualización de datos sobre Kindel en relación con este post publicado anteriormente referido a   su colaboración con grandes arquitectos.


titulada 
Modelos alemanes e italianos para España en los años de la postguerra 
Actas del Congreso Internacional 2004

Comunicaciones 


RUBÉN A. ALCOLEA
Kindel en Caño Roto, sobre el fondo de una síntesis panorámica de la arquitectura moderna española

dice:


...Francesc Català-Roca y Joaquín del Palacio —Kindel— merecen caso aparte. Sus fotografías se han convertido en verdaderos símbolos iconográficos de la arquitectura española de los cincuenta. El éxito de los proyectos retratados les deben verdaderamente gran parte de su fortuna. Es prácticamente imposible demostrar que el éxito de un proyecto se debe a sus fotografías, pero del estudio y catalogación de las fotografías publicadas y de sus fotógrafos se pueden extraer algunas evidencias: los proyectos publicados con mayor número de fotografías son, precisamente, aquellas obras retratadas por los principales fotógrafos —el poblado de Caño Roto por Kindel, la residencia Miraflores por Pando—; los fotógrafos con mayor presencia gráfica en la publicación son los
que han estado vinculados de manera más directa con los mejores fotógrafos: Coderch con Català-Roca, Fisac y Fernández del Amo con Kindel.....

  • La Fundación COAM expuso fotos de Kindel y su relación arquitectura española de la década de 1950

...Kindel encuadra una arquitectura de la modernidad en los poblados de Vegaviana, de Fernández del Amo, y Caño Roto, de Íñiguez de Onzoño y Vázquez de Castro; el pabellón de la Feria del Campo, de Alejandro de la Sota; la Casa Vallet, de Coderch y Valls; las viviendas dúplex de Madrid, de Asís Cabrero y Aburto; la playa del Parque Sindical, de Muñoz Monasterio; el cine Marvi, de Sobrino y Herederos; la tienda Darro, de Muñoz Cabrero y Alonso Martínez, o el restaurante Gure-Toki, de Corrales. ...

  • Bibliografía

Los pueblos de colonización de Fernández del Amo, Arte, arquitectura y urbanismo. Miguel Centellas. Colección Arquitesis. Fundación Caja de arquitectos.

  •  Catálogo

Los brillantes 50 en 35 proyectos

Ministerio de Fomento con más datos sobre esta actividad de Joaquín del Palacio con  los mejores arquitectos de 1950/60 presentando 35 proyectos de arquitectura seleccionados y en los cuales la labor documental de los fotógrafos adquirió especial importancia por su calidad que la hacer perdurable en el tiempo.



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  • Beautiful image of the gypsies of Sacromonte, Granada, by one of the most important Spanish photographers of the years 1940-1970.
    The photograph corresponds roughly to the decade of the 30, the first time for this author.Palace Joaquin who adapted the name of Kindel was the subject of tribute PhotoEspaña and his photographic archives are kept in the  Joaquin Diaz Foundation in the pretty village of Uruena (small town  well worth visiting).Kindel's work was extended to both people,monuments and landscapes all through Spain.He illustrated numerous books on Spain and its regions, making posters brochures.But especially worth highlighting his collaboration with eading Spanish architects and designers.He  made photographs   of his works, inside and outside the houses the best spanish arquitects of the mid XX century.

    entitledGerman and Italian models for Spain in the postwar years2004 International Conference ProceedingsCommunicationsRUBEN A. ALCOLEAKindel in Caño Roto, on the merits of a summary overview of modern Spanish architecturewrites:... Francesc Català-Roca and Joaquin del Palacio-Kindel, deserve special case. His photographs have become iconic symbols of the true Spanish architecture of the fifties. Successful projects will be truly portrayed much of his fortune. It is virtually impossible to prove that the success of a project is due to their photographs, but study and cataloging of the published photographs and their photographers can draw some evidence: published projects with the highest number of photographs are precisely those works depicted by leading photographers, the town of Caño Roto by Kindel, residence by Pando-Miraflores, the photographers with the largest plot in the publication are thethat have been linked more directly with the best photographers: Català-Roca Coderch with, Fisac ​​and Fernandez del Amo with Kindel .....
    • COAM Foundation Kindel presented photos of Spanish architecture and its relationship to the 1950
    ... Kindel frames a modern architecture in the towns of Vegaviana, Fernandez del Amo, and Caño Roto in Onzoño and Iñiguez de Vázquez de Castro, the flag of the Country Fair, Alejandro de la Sota, the House Vallet, Coderch and Valls, duplex homes in Madrid, Cabrero Assisi and Aburto; Park Beach Association, Muñoz Monasterio, and film Marvi, the nephew and heir, the store Darro, Cabrero and Alonso Muñoz Martinez, or Gure-Toki restaurant in Corrales. ...
    • Bibliography
    The people of colonization of Fernández del Amo, art, architecture and urbanism. Miguel Centellas. Arquitesis Collection. Box of Architects Foundation.
     
    Catalog
    Ministry of Development for more data on the activity of Joaquin's Palace with the best architects in 1950/60 presenting 35 selected architectural projects in which the work of documentary photographers was especially important for its enduring quality that make time .
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  • Joaquin del Palacio Kindel Wikipedia
  • Urueña
  • Poblados de Madrid
  • Photographs Spanish Dirección General de Turismo
Kindel, Joaquín del Palacio, was a photographer, well-known work between 1950 and 1970.

Themes included both the current architecture (Feduchi), as the interiors of buildings. This work was reflected in a wide exposure COAM Madrid.

On the other hand your camera to many places in Spain is also directed, as in this case with a stunning view of the Alcazar of Segovia, as well as to the types and people of Spain that began slowly to modernize.

      Rafael Zarza

When the words hidden architecture

Fernández del Amo, the architect, came to say that your project and its architecture met and became famous, rather than the work itself, through pictures of Kindel:
"... Getting back to the heroic fifties, was when I asked Joaquín (Palace) -Kindel- to come and see the people who were building new settlements for Colonization by land Extremadura, Levante, La Mancha and South. The photographs he made on strictly modulated boards, were the Congress of the International Union of Architects to be held in Moscow in 1958, and brought me to lauras no doubt in part to him I owe. Own photographs of the work of my people went to the Biennial of Sao Paulo, to Bordeaux, and propagated by magazines and publications
specialized. I must say here, and I have stated many times that the 'target', sensitivity, vision Joaquin Palace I largely my successes, and I am grateful

Your file is contained in the Foundation Urueña Joaquin Diaz.

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     Fundacion Joaquin Diaz
     Kindel Exhibition in COAM
     Wikipedia Kindel

Updating data on Kindel on this post published earlier referred to his collaboration with leading architects.

     The publication of the University of Navarra

entitled

German and Italian models for Spain in the postwar years

Proceedings of the 2004 International Congress

communications

RUBEN A. ALCOLEA
Kindel in Caño Roto, on the merits of a panoramic synthesis of modern Spanish architecture

says

Francesc Català-Roca ... and Joaquin Palacio -Kindel- deserve separate case. His photographs have become true iconographic symbols of Spanish architecture of the fifties. Successful projects portrayed truly owe much of their fortune. It is virtually impossible to prove that the success of a project is due to his photographs, but the study and documentation of published photographs and their photographers can draw some evidence: Projects with more published photographs are precisely those works portrayed by leading photographers-the village of Caño Roto by Kindel, residence Miraflores by Pando; photographers with more graphic presence in the publication are the
that have been linked more directly with the best photographers: Català-Roca Coderch with Fisac ​​and Fernández del Amo Kindel .....

     The Foundation COAM exposed photos Kindel and Spanish architecture relationship 1950

Kindel ... frames a modern architecture in the towns of Vegaviana, Fernández del Amo, and Caño Roto, of Onzoño and Iñiguez de Vázquez de Castro; the flag of the Country Fair, Alejandro de la Sota; the House Vallet, Coderch and Valls; duplex in Madrid, Assisi Cabrero and Aburto housing; Beach Park Association, Muñoz Monasterio; Marvi cinema, and heirs of Sobrino; Store the Darro, Munoz and Cabrero Alonso Martinez or Gure-Toki, Corrales restaurant. ...

     Bibliography

The peoples of colonization Fernández del Amo, art, architecture and urbanism. Miguel Centellas. Arquitesis Collection. Fundación Caja architects.

      Catalog

Bright 50 in 35 projects
Ministry of Development more information on this activity Joaquín Palace with the best architects from 1950 to 1960 presenting 35 selected projects in which architecture and documentary work of photographers was especially important for quality that make enduring in time .

Links

     Joaquin Palace Kindel Wikipedia
     urueña
     Villages of Madrid
     Photos Directorate General of Tourism

     Inglés
     Beautiful image of the gypsies of Sacromonte, Granada, by one of the Most Important Spanish photographers of the years 1940 to 1970.
     The photograph Corresponds roughly to the decade of the 30, the first time For This author.Palace Joaquin who adapted the name of Kindel was the subject of tribute PhotoEspaña and his photographic archives are kept in the Joaquin Diaz Foundation in the pretty village of Uruena (small town well worth visiting) .Kindel's work was extended to Both people, monuments and landscapes all through Spain.He multitude numerous illustrated books on Spain and Its regions, making posters brochures.But Especially worth highlighting His collaboration with architects and Spanish eading designers.He made photographs of His works, inside and outside the houses the best spanish Arquitects of the mid twentieth century.
         The publication of the University of Navarra

     entitledGerman and Italian models for Spain in the postwar years2004 International Conference ProceedingsCommunicationsRUBEN A. ALCOLEAKindel in Caño Roto, on the Merits of a summary overview of modern Spanish architecturewrites ... Francesc Català-Roca and Joaquin Palace-Kindel, deserve special case. His photographs Have Become iconic symbols of the true Spanish architecture of the fifties. Successful projects will be truly Portrayed much of His fortune. It is virtually impossible to prove That the success of a project is due to Their photographs, but study and cataloging of the published photographs and Their photographers can draw some evidence: published projects With the highest number of photographs are being depicted Precisely Those works by leading photographers , the town of Caño Roto by Kindel, residence by Pando-Miraflores, the Photographers with the largest plot in the publication are thethat Have Been Directly linked more with the Best photographers: Català-Roca Coderch with, you Fisac ​​and Fernandez del Amo with Kindel .....
         COAM Foundation Presented Kindel photos of Spanish architecture and Its relationship to the 1950
     Kindel ... frames to modern architecture in the towns of Vegaviana, Fernandez del Amo, and Caño Roto in Onzoño and Iñiguez de Vázquez de Castro, the flag of the Country Fair, Alejandro de la Sota, the House Vallet, Coderch and Valls, duplex homes in Madrid, Cabrero and Aburto Assisi; Park Beach Association, Muñoz Monasterio, and film Marvi, the nephew and heir, the store Darro, and Alonso Muñoz Martinez Cabrero, or Gure Toki-restaurant in Corrales. ...
         Bibliography
     The people of colonization of Fernández del Amo, art, architecture and urbanism. Miguel Centellas. Arquitesis Collection. Box of Architects Foundation.
      Catalog
         The brilliant 50 in 35 projects
     Ministry of Development for more data on the activity of Joaquin's Palace with the Best architects in 1950-1960 presenting 35 selected architectural projects in Which the work of documentary photographers Especially Important for STIs was enduring That Make quality time.
  
     Links
     Joaquin Palace Kindel Wikipedia
     urueña
     Villages of Madrid
     Photographs Spanish Directorate General of Tourism

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