(IN)ALCANÇÁVEL

 

(IN)ALCANÇÁVEL

[Non Periodica l Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory


About this book:


(in)alcançável

non-periodical publication

Author: Silva, Cláudia
Date of publication: 2015
Place of publication: Porto
Publisher: self publisher

Number of pages: 20
Size: 14,5x10 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: -
Institution: FAUP/CCRE
Language: Portuguese
Key-words: Photography, Architecture
Notes: Artistic book; Photobook made in the course of Communication, Photography and Multimedia, from the Integrated Master in Architecture of FAUP
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1151

"This serie looks to explore spaces that for some reason are inaccessible, inhabitable or of hard compreension to the condition of man. The theme of incapacity and slovenliness of human ability, being the goal to creat an impact that disturbs, that defies the spectator to look in these inhospitable places some sign of confort."

About this archive:


The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

HORA DE PONTA

 

HORA DE PONTA

[Non-Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory


About this book:

Hora de Ponta

non-periodical publication

Author: Macedo Duarte, Rita
Date of publication: 2015
Place of publication: Porto
Publisher: self publisher

Number of pages: 20
Size: 10,2x14,5 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: -
Institution: FAUP/CCRE
Language: Portuguese
Key-words: Photography, Architecture
Notes: Artistic book; Photobook made in the course of Communication, Photography and Multimedia, from the Integrated Master in Architecture of FAUP
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1163


"The serie 'Hora de Ponta' (Rush Hour) intends to show the dichotomies CHAOS|EMPTY; SUBURBS|CENTER; MOVEMENT|TRAFFIC; LIGHT|NIGHT; present at Campo Alegre, the place chosen to the making of this work. Place that identifies itself at this time of the dia for its condition of transition between the city center and the suburbs through the many highroad's entries."

About this archive:

The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

HÁ SEMPRE MAIS DO QUE UM CAMINHO

 

HÁ SEMPRE MAIS DO QUE UM CAMINHO

[Non-Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

About this book:

Há sempre mais do que um caminho...

non-periodical publication

Author: Araújo, Carla
Date of publication: 2015
Place of publication: Porto
Publisher: self-publisher

Number of pages: 22
Size: 20,5x14,5 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: -
Institution: FAUP/CCRE
Language: Portuguese
Key-words: Photography, Architecture
Notes: Artistic book; Photobook made in the course of Communication, Photography and Multimedia, from the Integrated Master in Architecture of FAUP;
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1121

"At the urban space there are so many possibilities as the number of people that use it and appropriate. Under the theme "Another look at the urban space" the present work intends to show this infinite possibility, making a trip at the Porto's Botanical Garden with an urban eye, of perspective, that sees in the many paths, the city's streets, the vegetation, and built elements the diversity of the urban architecture."

About this archive:

The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

GROUND FLOOR

 

GROUND FLOOR

[Non-Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

About this book:


Ground Floor

non-periodical publication

Author: Borrio, Camila Iglesias
Date of publication: 2014
Place of publication: Porto
Publisher: self-published

Number of pages: 40
Size: 14,7x21 cm
Illustrated: Image
Number of copies: 1
Institution: FAUP/CCRE
Language: English
Key-words: Architecture, Photography, Author's book
Notes: Artistic book; Photobook made in the course of Communication, Photography and Multimedia, from the Integrated Master in Architecture of FAUP; Sketchbook format; With many photographic postcards
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1098

No info.

About this archive:


The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

GEOMETRIA ESPONTÂNEA

 

GEOMETRIA ESPONTÂNEA

[Non Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

About this book:

Geometria Espontânea

non-periodical publication

Author: Luciani, Coline; Maire, Camille; Meireles, Elodie; Monique, Marion
Date of publication: 2014
Place of publication: Porto
Publisher: self publisher

Number of pages: 24
Size: 16x12,2 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: -
Institution: FAUP/CCRE
Language: Portuguese
Key-words: Photography, Architecture
Notes: Artistic book; Photobook made in the course of Communication, Photography and Multimedia, from the Integrated Master in Architecture of FAUP;
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1127

"By definition, Nature and the product of human activities do not play with the same rules. Indeed, on the first hand, nature is something in constant evolution, that use to live and grow wildly, following some external forces such as natural and artificial light, wind, temperature... It gives to each aggregate of plants its own characteristics with a huge diversity of colors, forms and smells.
On the other hand, humans and humans' constructions always need to be clearly defined by themselves, in their physical reality as well in their way to be thought. Each thing needs a right place to be, in a logical way that makes them think this thing stay at its better place.
(...)
By working on this theme, we realized that, in the botanical garden, human's action contributes to frame, enhance and organize the natural effervescence. It composes nature and plays with it in order to creat differente atmospheres. Geometric lines drawn by buildings, wood and steel beams, electric cords, lamp posts, wire netting ... make an inquiring contrast with the unpredictable growth of nature. (...)"

About this archive:

The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

ESCARLATE

 

ESCARLATE

[ Non-Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory


About this book:

Escarlate

non-periodical publication

Author: Cruz, Sara
Date of publication: -
Place of publication: Porto
Publisher: self publisher

Number of pages: 48
Size: 14,8x10,5 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: -
Institution: FAUP/CCRE
Language: Portuguese
Key-words: Photography, Nature, Architecture
Notes: Artistic book; Two different types of paper, one with transparency; Photobook made in the course of Communication, Photography and Multimedia, from the Integrated Master in Architecture of FAUP
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1170


Without info.

About this archive:


The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

EX-VOTO

 

EX-VOTO

[Non-Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

About this book:

Ex-voto

non-periodical publication

Author: Monteiro, Lucília
Date of publication: 2014
Place of publication: -
Publisher: Self-published

Number of pages: 94
Size: 26,8x22 cm
Illustrated: Photography, text
Number of copies: -
Institution: DAI-ESMAE-IPP
Language: English, Portuguese
Key-words: fragmented body; religious representation; organs; history
Notes:Originals captured on medium format 6x6, analog support, black and white negative 
ISBN 978-989-20-4831-4
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1042

"Ex-votos are elements that connect the body, the cure and the hereafter. The body is present, it is an object of mediation and connection, of articulation and bonding with the possibility of imprisoning disease in every ex-voto. When placed in a miraculous or supernatural space the disease has thus the capacity of being expurgated. (…)

In the case of photographic ex-votos, the dimension of photography is a social one. There is representation, bonding to the person and her/his identity. Here we have an attempt to solve the problem through a bond between divinity and the person, through a much more abstract relationship between a fragment of the body and divinity. (…)

This work is documental, artistic and anthropological. Photography lives in this movement between document and art.

A document can be anthropological, journalistic, social and political. Nowadays, photographs of every political nature can be exhibited in museums: the artistic message has a very obvious political content. This work is mostly artistic. The way it highlights the brightness of those objects against the black background refers to a look at objects that are not artistic objects. Ex-votos are nor artistic, but a look at them can be artistic. The photographer’s look is always a view that contaminates and gives sense to the objects. This photography has an anthropological dimension anchored in its time."

Lucília Monteiro

About this archive:

The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

EXPERIÊNCIA . ESPAÇO . TRANSPARÊNCIA . TEXTURA

 

EXPERIÊNCIA . ESPAÇO . TRANSPARÊNCIA . TEXTURA

[Non Periodical Publication]

Fotografia Documental e Artística: Arquitectura, Cidade e Território


Sobre este Livro:

Apropriações do espaço


publicação não-periódica


Autor: Oliveira Russell Cerqueira Alves, Filipa
Data de publicação: 2014
Local de publicação: Porto

Editor: Auto-edição


Número de páginas: 19 (photos)

Dimensões: 14x16 cm

Ilustrado: Imagem, Texto
Tiragem: -
Instituição: FAUP/CCRE

Idioma: Português
Palavras-Chave: Fotografia, Arquitectura
Notas: Livro artístico; Fotolivro realizado na Unidade Curricular de Comunicação, Fotografia e Multimédia do Mestrado Integrado em Arquitectura da FAUP
Cota: A1.nPaP.1113

“A apreensão do espaço é variável consoante o indivíduo, as condições ambientais, a luz, a cor, a textura... Através destas sobreposições pretende-se experimentar a conjugação de dois factores essenciais ao entendimento do Jardim Botânico: espaço e textura. A fotografia analógica, neste caso lomográfica e o seu carácter nostálgico remontam à ideia de memória, de impressão de experiências momentâneas com carácter de postal, daí o formato invulgar escolhido para a sua apresentação. Cada momento apresenta-se como uma só fotografia pertencente a este conjunto de dezoito, encerrando em si uma dualidade ou infinidade de momentos.”


Filipa Oliveira Russell Cerqueira Alves



Sobre este arquivo:

A criação da colecção Cityzines pretende fortalecer e promover a divulgação e estudo de edições de autor e outras publicações ligadas à temática de arquitectura, cidade e território, onde a imagem e a fotografia estão presentes de forma significativa, existindo um especial interesse e enfoque sobre a riqueza multifacetada da cultura urbana, arquitectónica e visual que caracteriza os aglomerados urbanos e as suas vivências.
A colecção iniciou com um levantamento mais focalizado no contexto português, mas também  integra publicações de outros países com vista à internacionalização do projecto.
As publicações que vão constituir esta colecção do projecto Cityzines serão catalogadas a partir do seguinte tema geral:
 
Fotografia Documental e Artística: Arquitectura, Cidade e Território
 
Decidiu-se iniciar esta colecção pelo tema Fotografia Documental e Artística: Arquitectura, Cidade e Território, por razões que se prendem apenas com dois factores: primeiro o de existir, neste momento, um maior número de publicações alternativas associados a este tema, segundo, por estas terem sido há mais tempo objecto de estudo específico do trabalho desenvolvido pela linha de investigação Espaços de Cidade e Cultura do grupo CCRE.
 
Como veremos de seguida, adoptámos uma estrutura de sub-categorias de forma a organizar o campo das publicações, cobrindo diversas áreas e formatos. Ainda que algumas sub-categorias apresentem diferenças entre si, todos eles encaixam no tema geral e têm em comum a importância e foco na imagem/fotografia, assim como um carácter de investigação e/ou a postura inovadora.
 
Fotografia Documental e Artística: Arquitectura, Cidade e Território

Edições de Autor e outras Publicações periódicas (A1.PaP)

 
- em termos gerais, publicações periódicas que reflectem e investigam, através da imagem e/ou fotografia, e de forma critica, exploratória e inovadora as temáticas da arquitectura, cidade e território;
 
- Fanzines, little magazines de fotografia: publicações independentes e não-tradicionais onde a fotografia é particularmente usada como o principal instrumento visual e meio para perceber, compreender e analisar não só a arquitetura mas também o modo como as pessoas vivem e se apropriam de diversos lugares; 

- publicações periódicas de contracultura ou não-tradicionais dedicadas à fotografia social e documental ou contemporânea e outras publicações relacionadas.
 
Edições de Autor e outras Publicações não periódicas (A1.nPaP)
 
- em termos gerais, publicações que reflectem e investigam ,através da imagem e / ou fotografia, e de forma critica, exploratória e inovadora as temáticas da arquitectura, cidade e território;
 
- foto-livros e/ou livros de artista especificamente relacionados com o universo da arquitectura: publicações independentes e não-tradicionais onde a fotografia é particularmente usada como o principal instrumento visual e meio para perceber, compreender e analisar não só a arquitetura mas também o modo como as pessoas vivem e se apropriam de diversos lugares;
 
- foto-livros ou/e livros de artista mais relacionados com fotografia documental.
 
 
Pretendemos, com esta colecção, promover a consciencialização e a reflexão sobre a arte e a fotografia documental, relativamente à sua concepção como instrumento para questionar o universo da Arquitectura, da Cidade e do Território. Isto significa entender a Arquitectura como uma disciplina e uma prática extensivas, com interesse, por um lado, pelo espaço real e suas experiências, explorando novas formas espaciais e códigos arquitectónicos e, por outro, pelo modo como a arquitectura opera no âmbito de sistemas mais vastos: socio-culturais, técnicos e históricos.
 
A colecção física debruçar-se-á predominantemente sobre objectos impressos portugueses, mas também integra publicações de outros países e constituirá uma mostra/ exposição que irá viajar por vários locais, em Portugal e no estrangeiro. Este catálogo de Edições de Autor e outras Publicações apoiará a divulgação do universo destas publicações, funcionando também como uma referência para localizar publicações com carácter de investigação/estudo e/ou não-tradicionais relevantes e independentes relacionadas com a Fotografia Documental e Artística: Arquitectura, Cidade e Território.

 

ENIGMA

 

ENIGMA

[Non Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

About this book:


Enigma

non-periodical publication

Author: Monza Gárquez, Alejandro
Date of publication: 2015
Place of publication: Porto
Publisher: self publisher

Number of pages: 34
Size: 16x11,8 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: -
Institution: FAUP/CCRE
Language: Portuguese
Key-words: Photography, Architecture
Notes: Artistic book; Photobook made in the course of Communication, Photography and Multimedia, from the Integrated Master in Architecture of FAUP;
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1133

"The making of this narrative , born from the same general pattern. The conception of a research, a game. The idea that the eye must be aware of what you see. The narrative suggests to the espectator having the constant change where the aspect, not generating a repetition and, eventually, transforming this game in a focusing exercise."

About this archive:


The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

(DES)HABITADOS - AUSÊNCIAS E INDÍCIOS

 

(DES)HABITADOS - AUSÊNCIAS E INDÍCIOS

[Non Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

About this book:


(des)habitados - ausências e indícios

non-periodical publication

Author: Cetrulo Marcenaro, Magdalen
Date of publication: 2014
Place of publication: Porto
Publisher: self publisher

Number of pages: 44
Size: 13x9,4 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: -
Institution: FAUP/CCRE
Language: Portuguese
Key-words: Photography, Architecture
Notes: Artistic book; Photobook made in the course of Communication, Photography and Multimedia, from the Integrated Master in Architecture of FAUP;
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.11

Without info.

About this archive:


The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

D.T.W. FOTOGRAFIA _ REPENSAR | QUESTIONAR REALIDADES URBANAS

 

D.T.W. FOTOGRAFIA _ REPENSAR | QUESTIONAR REALIDADES URBANAS _ DEBATES, TERTÚLIAS E WORKSHOP DE FOTOGRAFIA - CENTRO HISTÓRICO DO PORTO

[Non-Periodical Publication]

Fotografia Documental e Artística: Arquitectura, Cidade e Território

Sobre este Livro:

D.T.W. FOTOGRAFIA _ Repensar | Questionar Realidades Urbanas _ Debates, Tertúlias e Workshop de Fotografia - Centro Histórico do Porto 

publicação não periódica

Autor: Domingues, Álvaro; Garcia, Andreia; Moreira, Bruno; Lobo, Carlos; Brito, Eduardo; Campos, Frederico; da Silva, Gonçalo; d ́Orey, Inês; Pereira, Virgílio; Freitas, Miguel; Santelmo, Né; Grande, Nuno; Leão Neto, Pedro; Casanova, Tiago

Data de publicação: 2012
Local de publicação: Porto

Editor: Cityscopio Associação Cultural
Número de páginas: 92

Dimensões: 14,5x21 cm

Ilustrado: Fotografia, texto
Tiragem: 100

Instituição: FAUP/CEAU/CCRE & ACC

Idioma: Português

Palavras-Chave: Fotografia; Cidade
Notas: Colectânea de trabalhos fotográficos do ciclo D.T.W.
ISBN 978-989-97699-0-8 
Cota: A1.nPaP.1044

Cada participante do workshop seleccionou, na sua área de estudo, o conjunto de edifícios e lugares públicos que pretendia explorar e representar de acordo com a sua sensibilidade e com as problemáticas referidas no caso de estudo do Corredor da Memória e demais material didáctico fornecido.
Pretendia-se que os participantes do workshop fossem capazes de comunicar, de forma não convencional, a riqueza e variedade da realidade urbana daquele lugar de cidade, onde a arquitectura de várias épocas, a luz e o rio Douro assume um papel marcante no carácter do espaço e das suas vivências. Pretendemos oferecer novas perspectivas sobre aquele espaço histórico, procurando detalhes e vistas que possam dar relevância a características do lugar que de outra forma não seriam reconhecidas. Pretendemos ir para além do óbvio, tentando comunicar o que é mais subtil ou complexo, tendo em atenção a riqueza das várias vivências do lugar.

Pedro Leão Neto, Gonçalo Morgado da Silva, Bruno Moreira
2012 

Sobre este arquivo:

A criação da colecção Cityzines pretende fortalecer e promover a divulgação e estudo de edições de autor e outras publicações ligadas à temática de arquitectura, cidade e território, onde a imagem e a fotografia estão presentes de forma significativa, existindo um especial interesse e enfoque sobre a riqueza multifacetada da cultura urbana, arquitectónica e visual que caracteriza os aglomerados urbanos e as suas vivências.
A colecção iniciou com um levantamento mais focalizado no contexto português, mas também  integra publicações de outros países com vista à internacionalização do projecto.
As publicações que vão constituir esta colecção do projecto Cityzines serão catalogadas a partir do seguinte tema geral:
 
Fotografia Documental e Artística: Arquitectura, Cidade e Território
 
Decidiu-se iniciar esta colecção pelo tema Fotografia Documental e Artística: Arquitectura, Cidade e Território, por razões que se prendem apenas com dois factores: primeiro o de existir, neste momento, um maior número de publicações alternativas associados a este tema, segundo, por estas terem sido há mais tempo objecto de estudo específico do trabalho desenvolvido pela linha de investigação Espaços de Cidade e Cultura do grupo CCRE.
 
Como veremos de seguida, adoptámos uma estrutura de sub-categorias de forma a organizar o campo das publicações, cobrindo diversas áreas e formatos. Ainda que algumas sub-categorias apresentem diferenças entre si, todos eles encaixam no tema geral e têm em comum a importância e foco na imagem/fotografia, assim como um carácter de investigação e/ou a postura inovadora.
 
Fotografia Documental e Artística: Arquitectura, Cidade e Território

Edições de Autor e outras Publicações periódicas (A1.PaP)

 
- em termos gerais, publicações periódicas que reflectem e investigam, através da imagem e/ou fotografia, e de forma critica, exploratória e inovadora as temáticas da arquitectura, cidade e território;
 
- Fanzines, little magazines de fotografia: publicações independentes e não-tradicionais onde a fotografia é particularmente usada como o principal instrumento visual e meio para perceber, compreender e analisar não só a arquitetura mas também o modo como as pessoas vivem e se apropriam de diversos lugares; 

- publicações periódicas de contracultura ou não-tradicionais dedicadas à fotografia social e documental ou contemporânea e outras publicações relacionadas.
 
Edições de Autor e outras Publicações não periódicas (A1.nPaP)
 
- em termos gerais, publicações que reflectem e investigam ,através da imagem e / ou fotografia, e de forma critica, exploratória e inovadora as temáticas da arquitectura, cidade e território;
 
- foto-livros e/ou livros de artista especificamente relacionados com o universo da arquitectura: publicações independentes e não-tradicionais onde a fotografia é particularmente usada como o principal instrumento visual e meio para perceber, compreender e analisar não só a arquitetura mas também o modo como as pessoas vivem e se apropriam de diversos lugares;
 
- foto-livros ou/e livros de artista mais relacionados com fotografia documental.
 
 
Pretendemos, com esta colecção, promover a consciencialização e a reflexão sobre a arte e a fotografia documental, relativamente à sua concepção como instrumento para questionar o universo da Arquitectura, da Cidade e do Território. Isto significa entender a Arquitectura como uma disciplina e uma prática extensivas, com interesse, por um lado, pelo espaço real e suas experiências, explorando novas formas espaciais e códigos arquitectónicos e, por outro, pelo modo como a arquitectura opera no âmbito de sistemas mais vastos: socio-culturais, técnicos e históricos.
 
A colecção física debruçar-se-á predominantemente sobre objectos impressos portugueses, mas também integra publicações de outros países e constituirá uma mostra/ exposição que irá viajar por vários locais, em Portugal e no estrangeiro. Este catálogo de Edições de Autor e outras Publicações apoiará a divulgação do universo destas publicações, funcionando também como uma referência para localizar publicações com carácter de investigação/estudo e/ou não-tradicionais relevantes e independentes relacionadas com a Fotografia Documental e Artística: Arquitectura, Cidade e Território.

 

CHEAP LAND

 

CHEAP LAND

[ Non-Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

About this book:

Cheap Land

non-periodical publication

Author: Petit, Richard
Date of publication: 2015
Place of publication: -
Publisher: Self-published

Number of pages: 24
Size: 20,3x24 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: -
Institution: -
Language: French, English
Key-words: -
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1091


“(...) Photography has the extraordinary capacity of renewing our contact with what invariably precedes speech: the purely sensorial. Richard Petit's work reminds us that photography is both more and less than a text. It is a return to a modest vision of a world without signs, a way towards that which can only be expressed through poetry or art, whether it be pictorial, musical or photographic."

Christian Macotta (translation by Peter Vass)

About this archive:


The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

CONVERSATIONS WITH PHOTOGRAPHERS

 

CONVERSATIONS WITH PHOTOGRAPHERS

[Non-Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory


About this book:

Conversation with Photographers

non-periodical publication

Author: Colberg, Jorg M.
Date of publication: 2011
Place of publication: Massachusetts
Publisher: Silver Rocket Press/Jorg M. Colberg

Number of pages: 54
Size: 15x10,2 cm
Illustrated: Text
Number of copies: -
Institution: -
Language: English
Key-words: -
Notes: Interviews with the photographers Brian Ulrich, Hellen van Meene and Christopher Anderson 
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1023


“(...) Before I did my very first interview, I tried to figure out how one actually conducts one. I have never been interested in interviews that focus on camera equipment, for example, so I knew I wanted to stay away from that. I also thought that conducting an interview view email would result in a different experience, since there would be more time to think abou what to write. Written interviews of course lack the spontaneity of spoken ones, but the tend to make up for it with depth. I hope that republishing the interviews in book form will give them a new, extended life, and I hope that adding follow-ups will shed further light on the work of the artists who so generously gave their time to talk about their work.”

Jorg M. Colberg
2011


About this archive:

The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

CONCRETE ISLANDS

 

CONCRETE ISLANDS

[Non Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

About this book:

Concrete Islands

periodical publication

Author: Angelidakis, Andreas; Bann, Iwan; Chaubin, Frédéric; Fatma, Mounir; Goldbach, Niklas
Date of publication: 2011
Place of publication: Paris
Publisher: Analix Forever

Number of pages: 12
Size: 38x29 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: 500
Institution: -
Language: English
Key-words: Architecture
Notes: Catalogs of a photographic exposition in journal format
Book Reference: A1.PaP.1093


“Concrete Islands is a group exhibition of photography and video exploring contemporary experiences of utopian architectural projects. For many architects modernism was a physical manifestation of human progress and, as architectural historian Colin Rowe wrote in The Architecture of Good Intentions, "The architect could stipulate an intrinsic connection between the form of his buildings and the condition of society." The works in Concrete Islands, by a selection of internacional contemporary artists, document, celebrate and critique architectural projects designed with inherente social and political values that now exist in various stages of inhabitation, dereliction and destruction."

About this archive:

The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

BUBBLE SPACES

 

BUBBLE SPACES

[Non Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory


About this book:

Bubble Spaces

non-periodical publication

Author: Salgado, Alexandra
Date of publication: 2014
Place of publication: Porto
Publisher: Self-published

Number of pages: 18
Size: 15x21 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: 1
Institution: FAUP/CCRE
Language: Portuguese
Key-words: Photography, Architecture
Notes: Artist book; Photobook made in the course of Communication, Photography and Multimedia, from the Integrated Master in Architecture of FAUP.
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1104


“Contrarily to the FAUP's straight lines, the thought elements compose themselves in semi-spherics, in order to create cosier and adapted spaces to the anthropomorphic proportions, spaces of contraction and socialisation.
The cell isn't intended as a permanent device, but as an object that adapts to different circumstances.
The cell itself can suffer mutations, like the appending of parts according to the sensation that is pretended. It can be a 'rocking chair', an element suspended in the air, or having a direct contact with the ground. It doesn't have a pre-defined configuration, making these elements able to crowd in groups or standing alone, as it doesn't existe, in the process of this work, a defined ground-plan of the cell, giving to its flexibility in place and number.
In this work some possibilities of usage and implantation will be suggested.”

Alexandra Salgado

About this archive:

The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

BLUETOWN

 

BLUETOWN

[Non-Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

About this book:

BLUETOWN

non-periodical publication

Author: Guimarães, Pedro
Date of publication: 2010
Place of publication: Braga
Publisher: self-published

Number of pages: 22
Size: 45x32 cm
Illustrated: Photography, text
Number of copies: 500
Institution: -
Language: English
Key-words: Newspaper; non-periodical; self-publishing
Notes: Newspaper/catalog containing a selection of photographs that formed the project ‘Bluetown’; images by the author with texts from other authors
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1005

It’s hard to say what or where “Bluetown” is, where it begins and where it ends. It is even harder to say when it takes place. One thing we know for sure - there are several aspects in common between “Bluetown” and the city of London. “Bluetown” is, therefore, a kind of “second order” city, an imaginary place made of fragments of a previously existing reality. The colours, shapes and atmospheres of “Bluetown” are those of a well worn tableau vivant, one that has been unconsciously sculpted by previous generations of citizens. And it wouldn’t be abusive to say that, at least occasionally, we all have been visitors of “Bluetown”.

But how can one find “Bluetown”? The answer to this question is neither simple nor easy to find because no one has ever tried to map it before. To help solve this question, Guimarães employed an unlikely method that mixes randomness with cartographic objectivity: he started by superimposing an outline of Queen Elizabeth’s face on the map of London. He then plotted a number of evenly spaced points that served as a grid of geographic coordinates which he then used to identify the checkpoints of this photographic survey. By visiting and photographing a detail present around each one of these locations, Guimarães created a puzzle that could be read, according to him, as “the dream of London about itself, a celebration of the beauty of its own alienation and loneliness”. The choice of Queen Elizabeth’s face is a symbolism for “Englishness”, a necessary condition to approach the geography of “Bluetown”. Despite being a view aesthetically forged by Guimarães’ own interests in the plastic qualities of colour, geometry and space, the “other” space depicted by “Bluetown” constitutes, de facto, the psychological geography of the photographer’s own otherness in relation to the city of London.


Tomasz Curvo

About this archive:

The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

BORBOLETA - CÉLULA DE ESTUDO

 

BORBOLETA - CÉLULA DE ESTUDO

[Non-Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

About this book:

Borboleta - Célula de Estudo

non-periodical publication

Author: Figueiredo, Hugo
Date of publication: 2014
Place of publication: Porto
Publisher: Self-publisher

Number of pages: 32
Size: 13,5x19,5 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: 1
Institution: FAUP/CCRE
Language: Portuguese
Key-words: Photography, Architecture
Notes: Artist book; Photobook made in the course of CAAD (Computer Assisted Architecture Drawing), from the Integrated Master in Architecture of FAUP
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1119


“The evolution of species and the adaptation of themselves to the environment that surround them inspired the formal concept of this study cell. This inspiration evolved from the integration of a programme of the study's center and its natural ampliation. The equipment that is presented is intrinsically connected to the symbiosis that exists in a botanical garden and the butterfly's metamorphic process."

Hugo Figueiredo

About this archive:

The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

ATRAVÉS DA TELA

 
 

ATRAVÉS DA TELA

[Non-Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

About this book:

Através da tela

non-periodical publication

Author: Grybenaite, Saule
Date of publication: -
Place of publication: Porto
Publisher: self publisher

Number of pages: 20
Size: 10x15 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: -
Institution: FAUP/CCRE
Language: English
Key-words: Photography, nature
Notes: Artistic book; Postcard photographs in a card box; Photobook made in the course of Communication, Photography and Multimedia, from the Integrated Master in Architecture of FAUP
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1164


"Nowadays we perceive beauty mostly through the screens leaving the real moments blurred out in the background. We also share it virtually with our friends and family forgetting the importance of true communication and real touch.
Touch your friend's heart with one of these postcards and the next time don't forget to look around."

About this archive:

The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

ATAVISM

 

ATAVISM

[Non-Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory
 
 
About this book:

Atavism

non-periodical publication

Author: Hutinski, Robert
Date of publication: 2013
Place of publication: London
Publisher: Akina Books

Number of pages: 44
Size: 20,3x14,3 cm
Illustrated: Image, Text
Number of copies: -
Institution: -
Language: -
Key-words: -
Notes: Artist book; Author's photobook, with printed photographies in different supports
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1092

“Robert Hutinski milks the ethereal substance of memories from the raw material of half-torn images found in his town’s archives, crafting a tale of remembrance and disappearence.
Priests, doctors, soldiers, tavern regulars, sleeping beauties inhabit a map which key is lost forever once the caption accompanying them is gone.
Atavism traces the contours of a map of collective memory, where the actors gradually disappear leaving no trace behind but the places they used to live in.
A lyric exploration of human consciousness where the faulty path from recollection to memory takes place, an arbitrary and contingent process which transform experience into history. Some moments are saved, some other drown. Recollections inescapably fade away, leaving behind a flotsam of images beyond interpretation, silent as sphynxes, drifting until the day they disappear in the whirlpool of time."
 
About this archive:

The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.

As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.
Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory


Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;


- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;


- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.

With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.


The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.

 

ALL BEAUTY MUST DIE

 

ALL BEAUTY MUST DIE

[Non-Periodical Publication]

Documentary and Contemporary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

About this book:

All Beauty Must Die

non-periodical publication

Author: Almeida, Patrícia & Guéniot, David-Alexandre
Date of publication: 2011
Place of publication: -
Publisher: Ghost Editions (2ª ed.)

Number of pages: 86
Size: 25x19,5 cm
Illustrated: Photography, Drawing
Number of copies: 200
Institution: -
Language: English, portuguese
Key-words: Photobook; non-periodical
Notes: Risograph, silk-screen and offset printing; black and white; some text notes
Book Reference: A1.nPaP.1002

'All Beauty Must Diw' is a reference to the lyrics of Nick Cave's 'Where the Wild Roses Grow', a duet with Kylie Minogue released with Nick Cave's 1996 record 'Murder Ballads', but also to John Keats' 'Ode on Melancholy': "She dwells with Beauty - Beauty that must die". This book collects multilingual comments left by anonymous visitors of the show "All Beauty Must Die" presented in 2010 at Museu Coleccção Berardo. The exhibition included photographs, a video and posters with pop song lyrics and poetry of the English Romantic period, aiming to evoke an idyllic atmosphere inspired by the ideals of youth and nature. The intention was to create an indie bok of sorts, referencing the world o fanzine, by using a set of higly contrasted black and white images that establish a dialogue with anonymous phrases, be they love messages, political slogans, random thoughts, quotes or testiomonies.


Ghost Editions


About this archive:


The creation of Cityzines collection intends to strengthen and promote the study and dissemination of author’s editions and other publications linked to the theme of architecture, city and territory, where the image and photography are present in a significant way, with a special interest and focus on the multifaceted richness of urban, architectural and visual culture that characterizes the urban agglomerations and their experiences.
This collection started with a survey more focused on the Portuguese context, but also integrates publications from other countries with a view to internationalization of the project.
The publications that will constitute this collection of the Cityzines project will be cataloged from the following general theme:


Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory

It was decided to start this collection by topic A1 - Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory, for reasons connected with only two facts: first there is at this time, a greater number of alternative publications pertaining to this topic, according by the fact that they had already been there longer subject specific study through the work of the research line City spaces and Culture of the CCRE group.


As we will see next, we have adopted a sub-theme structure in order to organize the field of alternative publications, covering several areas and formats, as previously described in the general theme of Documentary and Artistic Photography: Architecture, City and Territory. Even though all sub-themes show differences between them, they all fit the general theme and they have in common the focus and the importance given to image/photography, as well as the innovative and/or irreverent stance.

Artistic and Documentary Photography: Architecture, City and Territory



Periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.PaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;
 
- fanzines, little magazines on photography: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;

- counterculture or non-mainstream publications focused on social and documentary or contemporary photography and related issues;
 
Non-periodical Author’s editions and other publications (A1.nPaP)
- In general terms, periodical publications that reflect and investigate, through the image and /or photography, and in a critical, exploratory and innovative way, the themes of architecture, city and territory;



- photo-books or/and artist books specifically more related to the universe of architecture: independent non mainstream publications where photography is used as the main visual instrument to perceive, understand and analyze architecture and how people live and appropriate diverse places;



- photo-books or /and artist books more related with documentary photography.


With this collection we intend to promote awareness and reflection upon art and documentary photography in regard to its conception as a tool to question Architecture, City and Territory. This means understanding Architecture as a broad subject and practice interested in, on the one hand, the real space and its experiences, exploring new spatial forms and architectural codes and, on the other hand, in how architecture operates within larger systems: sociocultural, technical, and historical systems.



The physical collection will focus on Portuguese printed objects only and it will work as a showcase travelling across several places in Portugal and abroad. This catalogue of Author’s editions and other publications will suport its dissemination, being also an important international tool to locate relevant and independent non-mainstream publications related to Artistic Photography and Documentary: Architecture, City and Territory.