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Novo evento, novas histórias

Our Stuff / posted by in 2 Aug of 2011

Last week I had the pleasure of going to Argentina for the 6th edition of Encuentro Latinoamericano de Diseño. Facultad de Diseño y Comunicación de la Universidad de Palermo is based in Buenos Aires and organized the Diseño en Palermo 2011, from 26 to July 29,  with no entry fee for more than 300 activities available in six different locations.

Here I am talking about events again. Let me say that this one in particular was such a big experience for me – it was my first time in Argentina and despite knowing the trip a few months before, I did not plan routes. I tell you that allowing the unexpected, I got myself surprised and knowing much more than I might imagine.

The event had 22,235 subscribers (wow) was very well organized and the experience of listen good stories in Spanish (and trying to understand) was very curious. In fact, was amazing how many people from different countries were there.

If in a simple room the variety of cultures was huge, while walking through a giant and tourist city the scenario wouldn’t be different. It seemed to me that everywhere we breathe history, culture and (why not?) design.

In addition, I felt that popular manifestations (not only political but in general) also seemed to have some strength and frequency.

Among the (infinite) number of museums, one in particular caught my attention – Museo Xul Solar. Oscar Agustín Alejandro Schulz Solar, surrealist painter, is one of the biggest names in the fine arts of Argentina culture (20th century).

I didn’t  know the artist before and all his works surprised me. My first impression was being in front of works done “yesterday” but taking a look on the dates (1910!?) I wondered how his ideas survived that time.

Alejandro Xul Solar
Vuel Villa – 1936

Alejandro Xul Solar
Rocas Lagui – 1933

Alejandro Xul Solar
Noche de Lunas – 1950

Alejandro Xul Solar
Mestizos de Avión y Gente – 1936

Well, It would take a month to talk about last week, but to brief what I’ve been saying for a long time, these events/trips always worth it. We feel complete not only by specific content (design? Social media? Animation? Etc.) but mainly because we are with people, places and realities totally different than we are used to.

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Fotos // Wlliam Jefferson, Amanda Woehl, Mariana Dória, Vinícius Rosa, Gabriel Young, Clara Cury e André Pardini.

Fontes // Museo Xul Solar, Wikipedia

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