Here you can see the exhibitions we have made in La Factoría de Papel
- Loosing most part of the time, Fernando Maquieira
From 16 November to 9 December, ” Perdido la mayor parte del tiempo, “, Fernando Maquieira. Series of forty photographs taken between 2007 and 2017. He belongs to the exclusive ‘street photography’ club. First exhibition of the entire series.
- Scattered stories by Javier Vázquez
Exhibition from 19 October to 3 November. Drawing as a narrative tool to capture the reality that we live in, through a mechanism which develops the narration in parallel to the plastic skill in the handling of watercolour, to configure a unique universe of its own.
- The third year
“The third year” From 16 September to 7 October. 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
“Leer a primera vista, Raúl. ” Exhibition from 20 June to 15 July. Collages, photomontages, monotypes and sketches in this exhibition were published in El País.
- Boxes, maps and bamboo by Elisa Arroyo
Boxes, maps and bamboo. Elisa Arroyo. Exhibition from May 30 to June 17. Collage made with prints by the author, original and unique work.
- New York: Drawings by Arranz
“New York. Dibujos de Arranz”. From 27 April to 20 May. An exhibition of 50 originals by Jorge Arranz, a summary of the multitude of vibrations received after several days aimlessly traipsing a city that belongs to the world.
- Spaces of Corrosion by Raquel Hernández Izquierdo
Spaces of Corrosion by Raquel Hernández Izquierdo at La Factoría de Papel. From 23 February to 18 March 2017. This exhibition consists of a serie of chalcographic engravings, which represent a walk through the register of natural transformations.
- In Blood by Berta López
“A sangre. Berta López”, I understand blood as I understand life, with its inseparable burden of death, as I understand a wound.… I claim the techniques traditionally used by women, I build or reuse antique pieces that I submit to strange surgery which is more ethical than aesthetic.