And here William H Whyte’s study on the use of urban spaces: Advertisements
Here is the link to the short film realized by Benjamin Bardou:
This is the photograph I had in mind this morning, taken in 1838/1839 by Louis Daguerre. It shows Boulevard du Temple, a very busy street, but because of a 10-minute exposure time, only the man polishing shoes and his client … Continue reading
Paris: Capital of the 19th Century Hi guys, here is a link I found pertaining to the video we watched in class. Paris: Capital of the 19th Century
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An orange, a bagel, a geodesic dome; Decarie expressway, Fairmount or Saint-Viateur, and Ile Ste-Hélène; A representation of Montreal with three spheres
Comments on Walter benjamin; Paris capitale du XIXe siècle. Comments on form: As he notices the apparition of a panoramic literature, contemporary to the panorama itself, Benjamin takes us in a photographic essay on Paris.Benjamin uses the opening quotes with … Continue reading