Pedro Guerrero: Photographer who captured images of Wright dies – CBS News


FLORENCE, Ariz. —

Photographer Pedro Guerrero, whose 20-year association with architect Frank Lloyd Wright launched a long fine-arts career that included capturing images of American artists, has died at age of 95.

Pedro E. Guerrero, right, stands with architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1949. (Kaneji Domoto ) latimes.com
Pedro E. Guerrero, right, stands with architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1949. (Kaneji Domoto ) latimes.com

Susan Guerrero said her father had suffered from cancer for several years and died Thursday at his home in Florence, Ariz.

Pedro Guerrero is mostly known for his images of Wright and the architect’s work, but he also photographed the lives and works of artists Alexander Calder and Louise Nevelson.

After attending the Art Center School in Los Angeles, Guerrero got his first photography job after he visited Wright‘s home near Scottsdale in 1939. His 15-minute interview with Wright opened up doors for him professionally for years to come. “He was open sesame, wherever I went,” Guerrero told the Casa Grande Dispatch in 2001.

He worked as a photographer at the architect’s homes in Scottsdale and Wisconsin for a year. Then, after serving in the Army Air Corps during World War II, he returned to his work as Wright’s photographer until the architect’s death in 1959.

He published books on Wright, Calder and Nevelson and did freelance work for magazines such as House and Garden, Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.

via Photographer who captured images of Wright dies – CBS News.

By The Associated Press

Pedro Guerrero, 95; photographer who captured images of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work

FLORENCE, Ariz. — Photographer Pedro Guerrero, whose 20-year association with architect Frank Lloyd Wright launched a long fine-arts career that included capturing images of American artists, has died.

Pedro E. Guerrero: A Photographer's Journey  --  Now Available
Pedro E. Guerrero: A Photographer’s Journey — Now Available

He had suffered from cancer for several years and died at 95 Thursday at his home in Florence, Ariz.

Mr. Guerrero is mostly known for his images of Wright and the architect’s work, but he also photographed the lives and works of artists Alexander Calder and Louise Nevelson.

Art Critic

Pedro E. Guerrero dies at 95; fine arts photographer

His early work for architect Frank Lloyd Wright led a long career in the worlds of fine arts and glossy magazines.

|By Suzanne Muchnic, Special to the Los Angeles Times

Reconocido fotógrafo asociado por más de 20 años a la figura del Maestro Frank Lloyd Wright, falleció a la edad de 95 años en Florencia, Arizona (EE. UU.)  Le sobreviven tres hijos y su esposa, Dixie L. Guerrero.

Pedro E. Guerrero en Wikipedia.

Welcome to Pedro E. Guerrero’s official website!  This site is the source of authentic, signed photographs by Pedro E. Guerrero.

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Valdebebas con la arquitectura emblemática – ESD


TENDRÁ UN PUENTE COLGANTE CON 162 METROS DE LUZ

Puente de Valdebebas
Puente de Valdebebas

Borja Fadón de la Pedraja

El Ayuntamiento de Madrid ha modificado el proyecto de urbanización de Valdebebas para incorporar la creación de un nuevo puente de 162 metros sobre la M-12.

El complejo de Valdebebas va a ser uno de los desarrollos inmobiliarios punteros del sector, y no sólo en España, si no a nivel Europeo, como lo demuestran la ambición de su proyecto de “pastilla comercial”, que se encuentra en busca de inversores finales, o edificios tan emblemáticos como el ya construido para el Instituto Anatómico Forense o el futuro y singular puente de conexión con la T4.
Este puente de diseño ha sido diseñado por el ingeniero de Caminos, Canales y Puertos, Francisco Milanés Mato, y es una estructura innovadora por los materiales utilizados, su concepción formal, la tipología estructural y el proceso constructivo.
Cuenta con 162 metros de luz y no tiene apoyos intermedios.

vía Valdebebas con la arquitectura emblemática – ESD.

Web de Valdebebas.

Aerial photograph of Valdebebas, Madrid, taken in March, 2011. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Aerial photograph of Valdebebas, Madrid, taken in March, 2011. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

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