Lecture
04/10/2012 7.30 pm
Savage Lava Jungles
by Pablo León De La Barra

Between the man-made and the natural, between order and disorder, the garden can offer productive metaphors for the interactions between human life and time, care, thought or space.

Pablo León De La Barra proposes to give a talk about gardens that have inspired him, and the relationship between some paradigmatic buildings, artworks and gardens.
From Luis Barragán to Carlos Pellicer, Dr. Atl, Edward James, Mathias Goertiz, Roberto Burle Marx, Oscar Niemeyer, Lina Bo Bardi and ideas for gardens and garden museums.

Pablo León De La Barra (born 1972, Mexico City) is a cultural agent, independent curator and researcher. León de la Barra has a PhD in History and Theory from the Architectural Association, London. He has curated amongst many exhibitions: To Know Him Is To Love Him, Cerith Wyn Evans at Casa Luis Barragan, Mexico City (2010); Incidents of Mirror Travel in Yucatan and Elsewhere at Museo Tamayo, Mexico City (2011); and Bananas is my Business: The South American Way, Museu Carmen Miranda, Rio de Janeiro (2011).
He is the co-director of Novo Museo Tropical, publisher of Pablo Internacional Ediciones, and editor of The Centre for the Aesthetic Revolution blog.

Language: English
Entry: 3€, no reservation necessary

The lecture will be broadcast live on our website via La Loge’s ustream channel.