Here you can see the exhibitions we have made in La Factoría de Papel

  • Play! It’s your turn. Saskia Moro Play! It's your turn. Saskia Moro

    From 5 November to 5 December: “Play! It’s your turn. ”

    The objects and showcases, created for this occasion, form part of Saskia Moro’s most conceptual work, reflecting the most creative and original sense on which her work is based.
    Here we contemplate his reflection on the GAME.

  • Volcanic Island. Sara Fratini Volcanic Island. Sara Fratini

    From 10 October to 3 November: “Volcanic Island”

    Collection of unpublished drawings by Sara Fratini as a collection of loose thoughts, forgotten ideas, unfulfilled promises, sketches, characters.

    Pencil, Chinese ink and watercolour.

  • the memory atlas, Judith Martinez Estrada the memory atlas, Judith Martinez Estrada

    From 12 September to 6 October.
    “the memory atlas”, Judith Martinez Estrada.
    A collection of images created through the rebirth of stories, biographies and objects from the past.
    The works presented are an integration of collage, photomontage, photography and new graphic methods – juxtaposed to explore a hybrid between digital and analog.

  • Latent by Alberto Herencia Latent by Alberto Herencia

    From 21 June to 26 July, “Latentes”, Alberto Herencia.

    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 Black Apology. Verónica Domingo Alonso

    From 18 May to 16 June, “Apología del negro”, Verónica Domingo Alonso.

    A sample of works made in Indian ink on paper.

    The undisputed protagonist of this exhibition is colour in its purest state, black. Pieces from 25 x 25 cm to 100 x 70 cm.

  • The Waldorf Girls by Eduardo Arroyo The Waldorf Girls by Eduardo Arroyo

    Exhibition from 12 April to 12 May 2018

    A research work on the fusion of different stamping techniques carried out on a base as unusual as the black iron plate.
    An objective, to deepen in the characteristics of the stroke of Eduardo Arroyo, taking as inspiration the figure of Carmen Amaya.

  • “Pasted in Berlin” Jorge Chamorro “Pasted in Berlin” Jorge Chamorro

    Exhibition from 2 to 22 March 2018.
    “Pegado en Berlín” shows, for the first time in Madrid, a selection of the collages made during the Berlin years.

    All the collages on display are analogical, without digital manipulation, using only photographs from books and magazines, scissors and lots of glue.

  • Nature and Theory of the Sky by Manolo Campoamor Nature and Theory of the Sky by Manolo Campoamor

    Exhibition from 1 to 24 February 2018. Most of the pieces in this exhibition are moveable or variable detached compositions and the paper fragments that form them are united only by the space that they occupy. . .