I Workshop Fotografía y obra pública

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Led by
Inmaculada Aguilar Civera
Sergi Doménech García

Scientific committee
Ester Alba Pagán
Miguel Aguiló
José Huguet
Carmen Monzonis
Pedro Navascués
Magda Pinheiro
Massimiliano Savorra
Ornella Selvafolta

Technical team
Manuel Carreres Rodríguez
Susana Climent Viguer
Rubén Pacheco Díaz
Mireia Sánchez Barrachina

Organised by
Cátedra Demetrio Ribes

Sponsored by
Conselleria d'Educació, Cultura i Esport

With collaboration from
Facultat de Geografia i Història, Universitat de València
Departament d'Història de l'Art, Universitat de València

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26 de noviembre de 2013

Facultat de Geografia i Història, Universitat de València. Aula f.3.4.

Programme

8:45 Acreditación

9:00 Inauguración

LA FOTOGRAFÍA EN LA HISTORIA DE LA OBRA PÚBLICA. SU REPERCUSIÓN INTERNACIONAL

9:30 Ana Cardoso de Matos. Universidade de Évora.
«Los testimonios fotográficos de la obra pública en Portugal»

10:30 Carlos Teixidor. Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España
«Laurent, Martínez Sánchez, Ainaud y otros fotógrafos de Obras Públicas, en el siglo XIX en España»

11:15 - 11:45 Descanso

11:45 Giacomo Magistrelli. Politecnico di Milano, Facoltà di Ingegneria Edile Architettura
«Fotografia e grandi lavori pubblici nella Milano post-unitaria»

12:30 Ricardo González. Historiador y fotógrafo
«Charles Clifford y la fotografía de obra pública»

13:15-15:00 Descanso

15:30 Asunción Domeño Martinez de Morentin. Fondo Fotográfico Universidad de Navarra
«Obra pública en el archivo fotográfico de la Universidad de Navarra»

16:00 Josu Aramberri. Facultad de Informática, Universidad del País Vasco
«Los archivos digitales y la fotografía de obra pública»

16:30 Raquel Letón. Museo del Ferrocarril de Madrid
«El archivo fotográfico de la Fundación de los Ferrocarriles Españoles»

17:00 Isabel Martínez Ortiz. Library Services. Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust
«La gestión de los fondos fotográficos de obras públicas. Experiencia»

17:30-18:30 Conclusiones

 

Introduction

Since the emergence of photography in 1839, this art has been closely linked to public works. The first photographers highlighted the significance of major public works, which were the result of the unprecedented speed at which engineering was advancing. Above all, photography became a firm ally of engineering as a complementary tool that spread awareness of engineering innovation. The last few years have seen fascinating insights into this interdisciplinary relationship, which has interested art historians and engineers alike. The ‘Workshop de estudios interdisciplinares en la historia de la obra pública’ [Interdisciplinary studies workshop on the history of public works] aims to analyse various aspects of this relationship: historiographical knowledge of the relationship over time between photography (and its creators) and the consolidation of engineering (and its major milestones), the creation of a unique photographic genre, and many more. Meanwhile, this photographic tradition has generated a corpus of images and, therefore, a need to catalogue, preserve and manage them.

 

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