Open Earth Foundation is a non-profit Belgium-based organisation which fosters sustainable development and solidarity through art and education. Through its activities, the Foundation promotes and upholds the universal values of inclusion, tolerance and equality.
Children and artist Cristóbal Gabarrón finding inspiration.
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May 2017, Enlightened Universe in Amsterdam
April 11 2017
March 19 2017, Open Earth Foundation collaborated with Alexandra Laudo to An intellectual history of the clock, a performative lecture aimed at a small audience, which focuses on concepts and ideas relating to the social construction of time. It revolves around concepts and ideas like time measurement, the history of clocks, the implementation of clock-time and the standardization movement.
Within the framework of its special event, Alexandra Laudo visited the exciting Clockarium, the Museum of the Art Deco Ceramic Clock, in Brussels, created by Jacques de Selliers, passionate about clock and photos, among others.
More information on http://www.clockarium.org/index.htm
March 10 2017, the III International Congress of Art, Architecture and Heritage – Space and Landscape ‘Homage to Siza’, was organized by the International Chair of the Arts, ‘Cristóbal Gabarrón’ and the Degree in Architecture of the Catholic University of Murcia.
“Siza is a titan of the 20th century and a great architect of the 21st century. It is a luxury to work with a creator of this magnitude”. This is how Cristóbal Gabarrón, president of the Cristóbal Gabarrón Foundation, defines Álvaro Siza – the famous architect who is honored at the III International Congress of Art, Architecture and Heritage.
Opening of the exhibition on the project for Gabarrón’s artists residence, designed by Álvaro Siza.
Álvaro Siza working on the Gabarron’s artists residence project with students and Professors of the Universidad Catolica de Murcia.
Visiting site for the construction of the Gabarron’s artists residence project with students designed by Álvaro Siza.
Cristóbal Gabarrón y Angel Carro Castrillo, member of the Cristóbal Gabarrón Foundation.