Giuseppe Terragni (1904-1943), was an Italian architect with a short career of only fifteen years. Nonetheless, his work is recognized as the most talented in the interwar period and he deservedly won a prestigious place in the history of modern architecture.
Compared to its importance, the bibliography of his work, basic to understanding it properly, is relatively small and practically nonexistent in Castilian. This has hampered the dissemination and understanding of his work, the colors, the materials he used and the details. Needless to say that the work and thought of Terragni on architecture, apart from its purely historical value, is still perfectly valid and interesting.
The primary aim of the exhibit is to provide a review of his building work to improve familiarity with it and to understand the controversial view he had on architecture. Secondly, to use the commemoration of his hundredth birthday to acknowledge him as one of the great architects of the first half of the twentieth century.
COAC Ebre: 14/04/2004
COAC Ebre: 03/05/2004 - 20/05/2004 COA A Coruña: 27/05/2004 - 26/06/2004 COA Córdoba: 16/09/2004 - 15/10/2004 COA Badajoz: 21/10/2004 - 05/11/2004 COAC Terrassa: 08/11/2004 - 30/11/2004 COA Jaen: 13/12/2004 - 08/01/2005 COA Burgos: 10/01/2005 - 31/01/2005 COA Pamplona: 02/02/2005 - 28/02/2005 COA Murcia: 16/03/2005 - 31/03/2005
Govern Balear Balears: 04/04/2005 - 29/04/2005 COA Tarragona: 02/05/2005 - 07/06/2005 COA Salamanca: 16/06/2005 - 25/07/2005 COA La Rioja: 08/09/2005 - 02/10/2005 COA València: 02/11/2005 - 21/11/2005 CT Alicante: 24/11/2005 - 20/12/2005 COA Gijón: 23/02/2006 - 14/04/2006 COAC Figueres: 07/10/2006 - 28/11/2006