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Category: Exhibitions

Everything and Part, Todo y parte — Ana Juan

Ana Juan Exhibition. 47 drawings independent of each other but that need each other to interrelate to achieve a total image accompanied by small sculptures and reliefs in resin.

Surfaces — Ignacio Van Aerssen

Exhibition at La Factoría de Papel from October 3 to 30. Work in petit point made by Ignacio Van Aerssen in recent years.

THE WATCH MARK OTHER HOURS. Carlos Vidal

Exhibition from September 14 to 28. In addition to 25 vitroceramics in plates and the screen-printed tablecloth in the “Manolo Gordillo Workshop. Art edition” we can enjoy a selection of the paintings and drawings of Carlos Vidal.

THE CYCLES OF WATER. Raquel Hernández Izquierdo

From July 10 to September 7. Engraves resulting from a poetic link between the creative possibilities of the stamping process and the formation of ice from hexagonal crystals.

Portraits I haven’t been asked for. Pilar Merino Bravo

Exhibition, from June 13 to July 6, gather different portraits, made at different times. The chosen ones are people known or unknown for whom Pilar feels a great and deep affection that for some reason has impacted me.

BEL CANTO Illustrated stones. Pep Carrió

From May 11 to June 8 Exhibition formed by a large family created by Pep Carrió stone by stone, with pebbles collected from beaches of Mallorca, Asturias, Galicia, Portugal, Jaramilla river and many more sites.

Lithographs — Marcelo Burgos

Exhibition from April 25 to May 8. This is a series of different Marcelo Burgos lithographs made during the last two years in Taller Magma, Buenos Aires, printed by the Master Printer Matías Amici.

On Nature: reality and abstraction. Juan Cossío

Exhibition from March 7 to 23. Serie of Juan Cossío drawings represents an aesthetic statement to unite apparently opposing concepts: the abstraction and realism and a reference to nature as the source from which all knowledge emanates.

Last limits. Lucas Vázquez de la Rubia

Exhibition from February 9 to 28 . Questions and answers that solve, in a plastic way, problems present in society: limits, frontiers, power relations, contradictions and occupations are some of the concepts Lucas Vázquez works with.

Emotional Abstractions, Javier Herrero

Exhibition from January 10 to 26. The body without clothes and without aesthetic complexes. Wrinkles, smoothness or flaccidity, youth or maturity, all bodies are beautiful in themselves. Javier Herrero.

Leftover art 2018. Collective exhibition

Exhibition from December 13 to January 6. Fourth edition of our traditional collective event in which this year we pay tribute to the recently deceased painter Eduardo Arroyo, promoter of this cultural association and participant in previous editions

Play! It’s your turn. Saskia Moro

Exhibition from November 5 to December 5. The objects and showcases, created for this occasion, are part of the most conceptual work of Saskia Moro, are the reflection of the most creative and original sense on which his work is based.

VOLCANIC ISLAND — Sara Fratini

From October 10 to November 3. Collection of unpublished drawings by Sara Fratini as a compilation of loose thoughts, forgotten ideas, unfulfilled promises, sketches, characters. Pencil, chinese ink and watercolor.

the memory atlas, Judith Martinez Estrada

From September 12 to October 6. A collection of images created through the rebirth of stories, biographies and objects. Judith’s work is an integration of collage, photomontage, photography and new graphic methods – juxtaposed to explore a hybrid between digital and analog.

LATENTES — Alberto Herencia

From June 21 to July 26. Series of works as a result from the last three years which make us perceive a different reading of so many elements that we coexist with daily.
In these works, Alberto becomes a collector of latent symbols, a hunter for meanings and a scrutiniser of the unnoticed.

Black Apology. Verónica Domingo Alonso

Exhibition from May 18 to June 16. Sample of works made in Chinese ink on paper. The undisputed protagonist of this exhibition is the color in its purest state, black. Pieces from 25 x 25 to 100 x 70 cm.

The Waldorf Girls by Eduardo Arroyo

From April 12 to May 12. A research paper on the fusion of different stamping techniques performed on a support as unusual as the black iron sheet, with the intention of deepening the characteristics of the stroke of Eduardo Arroyo, with the Carmen Amaya figure as inspiration.

“Pasted in Berlin” Jorge Chamorro

From March 2 to 22, 2018. Jorge Chamorro shows, for the first time in Madrid, a selection of collages made during these years in Berlin. All are analog, without digital manipulation, using only photographs from books and magazines, scissors and a lot of glue.

Nature and Theory of the Sky by Manolo Campoamor

From February 1 to 24, 2018. Most of the pieces are loose or variable compositions, without fixing and the fragments of paper that compose them are joined only by the space they occupy … if they are not glued, they are not ” collages. “

“INFANT MATURITY” — Zoto

From January 11 to 25, 2018. Paty Zoto looks for objects to speak for themselves, she would like to move away, make her personal signs disappear. She wants to become a found subject that collects found objects.

ART LEFTOVERS 2017

From December 14, 2017 to January 5, 2018 Third edition of this collective exhibition in which we take as a starting point all those tests and errors that arise during the edition of a work.

Loosing most part of the time, Fernando Maquieira

From November 16 to December 9, 2017, forty photographs serie taken by Fernando Maquieira between 2007 and 2017. It belongs to the exclusive street photography club. First exhibition of the complete series.

Scattered stories by Javier Vázquez

From October 19 to November 3, Drawing as a narrative tool with the objective of capturing the reality we inhabit, through a mechanic that develops the narration in parallel to the plastic skill in the management of watercolor, configures a universe of its own unrepeatable

The third year

From September 16 to October 7. Almudena Armenta, Ana Juan, Berta López, Eduardo Arroyo, Elena Jiménez, Fernando Bellver, Imanol Bértolo, Jorge Arranz, Mar Solís, Marcelo Burgos, Mariano Otero, Pep Carrió, Laura Martinez Lombardía, Raquel Hernández Izquierdo, Matz Mainka, Montse Lago, Saskia Moro …

Read at a Glance by Raúl

From June 20 to July 15. Collages, photomontages, monotypes or sketches: press illustrations that get the reader to decipher image and article in a single look. Made by Raúl, published in El País

New York: Drawings by Arranz

Del 27 de abril al 20 de mayo. Exposición de 50 originales de Jorge Arranz resumen de la multitud de sensaciones recibidas tras varios días de patear, sin rumbo fijo, una ciudad que pertenece al mundo.

Boxes, maps and bamboo by Elisa Arroyo

From May 30 to June 17. Exhibition of Collages by Elisa Arroyo made with engravings of the author, original work. The unpredictable character, in the process of graphic arts, specifically hollow engraving.

Spaces of Corrosion by Raquel Hernández Izquierdo

From February 23 to March 18, 2017. This exhibition consists of a series of engravings, made by Raquel Hernández Izquierdo at La Factoría de Papel, which are a walk through the registration of natural transformations.

In Blood by Berta López

Del 19 de enero al 11 de febrero. Trabajos con aguja e hilo, lápiz, piedra, papel, tijera, tinta, ganchillo, serigrafía, cuerda, cuchillo, grabado, cerámica, fotografía, caligrafía, encaje de bolillos, tratando de digerir el día a día y construyendo un eterno bodegón visceral.

“Art Leftoves 2016” Works on stains

From December 15, 2016 to January 14, 2017. Collective exhibition of works on macules. As in the previous edition of 2014 we take as a starting point all those tests and errors that arise during the edition of an artistic work.

Wandeando by Isabel de la O

From November 8 to December 3 2016. Key pieces of this artist’s production in recent years. Different pictorial and sculptural techniques on different materials, a deep investigation, a varied and exquisite artistic activity.

NiNi Art. Nahuel Tupac Losada

From October 6 to 29. Complicity between work, spectator and Nahuel Tupac Losada that leads to aesthetic pleasure, semiological conversation and emphatic dialogue, in the sense of interpellation, provocation and friction.

SELVITA by Nicolás Fryd

From September 15 to 27. It is the illustrated story of an initiatory journey of spiritual transformation through the Peruvian jungle through the magical world of master and sacred plants.

Applied Art, Collective Exhibition

From July 12 to September 10 collective exhibition: Almudena Armenta, Ana Juan, Carmen Martinbaroja, Ceferino López, Eduardo Arroyo, Fernando Bellver, Isabel de la O, José Manuel Nuevo, Pablo Pinedo, Pep Carrió, Rockabrut, Stray Chairs

PELO (Hair) by Laura Martínez Lombardía

From June 9 to July 5, 2016. PELO is articulated in a “series of instants”, fragments of the most personal history of Laura Martínez Lombardía that gravitate in space, forming clearings that open and close. They are “worlds of light and shadow” belonging to various photographic works.

INVASION OF THE BEEHIVE by Matz Mainka

From May 12 to June 4, 2016. From the digital print, to the original work through animated dies, small sculptures, printed fabrics … a whole repertoire that will make boarding in the spaceship more fun.

Bling Bling by Marcelo Burgos

From April 14 to May 10, 2016. Gyclées, engravings, sculptures, and a suite of screenprints of fictional uniforms to identify the new European extreme right, which advances terrifyingly before our passive and indolent gaze.

THE THREAD OF CLOTHO by Paula Noya

From March 10 to April 9, 2016. The proposal of this exhibition is the result of the work of recent years in the fields of photography, drawing, screen printing and installation.

PROXEMIAS by Carmelo Rubio

From February 12 to March 6, 2016 Architectures, geometries, textures, lines, lines, meshes, footprints, patterns … These are common elements collected in the various works that we can appreciate in this exhibition of Carmelo Rubio.

The Eyes of the Rhinoceros by Luis Cabrera

From January 21 to February 9, 2016, Luis Cabrera’s new review of the engraver Alberto Durero (1471-1528), a pop and postmodern approach that subverts its forms and themes and updates them in our consumer society.

Mirror of the soul. Pep Carrió_Wooden faces

From November 19, 2015 to January 12, 2016, Collection of faces built with shipwreck wood, collected by Pep Carrió on beaches and inlets for the exhibition “Mirror of the soul”.

Babel. The cities of Arranz

From October 22 to November 17, 2015, Babel represents the union of men through the use of the same language and drawing is precisely a universal language that everyone understands, as Jorge Arranz teaches us

“Sakuteiki: Seven Japanese Gardens” by Darío Álvarez

From October 8 to 18, 2015. First complete exhibition of “Sakuteiki: seven Japanese gardens”, by Darío Álvarez, a folder edited by Photosai Art Edition.

Open Studio: Elena Jiménez & Paula Noya

From Thursday 1 to Sunday 4 October from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Open Studio Madrid 15 at La Factoría de Papel with Elena Jiménez and Paula Noya. On Saturday 3 at 14:15 Live demonstration of stamping techniques in the organized activity.

Of Insomnia and Migraines by Zdenek Tusek

From 15 to 29 September 2015, Zdenek Tusek ‘De insomnios y migrañas’, exhibition curated by Susana Blas. Mental landscapes constructed from enigmatic sculptures he assembles and photographs himself

Stolen Matrices

From 2 July to 31 July 2015
A collective exhibition in which TRES+1 have developed a joint project based on a common nexus: the use of the matrix, and question the true value of the authorship of a piece.

Posters of Madrid

From May 21 to June 20, 2015, an exhibition of four posters edited by Papeles Mínimos Ediciones under the theme of Madrid, and produced by Jorge Arranz, César Fernández Arias, Ginés Martínez and Guillermo Trapiello.

Alba Cinema, More than a Week of Passion

From March 26 to April 21. Extended to May 5. The Paper Factory is impregnated with the atmosphere of the Alba Cinema to present a careful selection of posters made by Rafa Sánchez, cinematographer operator and master of ceremonies.

Views of Tokyo by Bellver

From February 26 to March 22. A pop look at the capital of Japan as a result of the trips Fernando Bellver made in Tokyo between 2009 and 2014 in the footsteps of the 19th-century Japanese engraver Hiroshige Utagawa.

“Cabinet of Shadows” by Paula Noya

From January 29 to February 24. Exhibition of photographic and illustration work by Paula Noya. Photography: “Nazarenos”, “Full Service”. Drawings: “Santa Teresa”

“Art leftovers” Works on stains

From December 16 to January 25. Collective exhibition of works on macules, takes as a starting point all those tests and errors that arise during the edition of an artistic work. These are images that overlap …

Curated By: Fernando Bellver

From November 20 to December 15 Fernando Bellver has selected work on paper by some of the artists with whom he has established bonds of friendship and collaboration over the years: Alfredo Alcaín, Eduardo Arroyo, Joan Brossa, Rafael Canogar, Javier de Juan…

Ana Juan. Posters 2002–2014

From October 28 to November 20. In this sample of posters, most unpublished in Spain, we can enjoy the work of one of the best and most awarded illustrators in the world.

Historical Pieces from the Taller Manolo Gordillo

From October 10 to 26. Sample of works by Eduardo Arroyo, Fernando Bellver, Elena Jiménez, Ana Juan, Saskia Moro and other authors.

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