Here you can see the exhibitions we have made in La Factoría de Papel
- “Art Leftoves 2016” Works on stains
“Sobras de Arte 2016”, A collective exhibition of works on stains. As in the previous edition in 2014, we take as its starting point all those trials and errors that arise during the production of an artistic work.
- Wandeando by Isabel de la O
Wandeando by Isabel de la O (8 November to 3 December) key pieces from this artist’s output over the last few years. Different pictorial and sculptural techniques on diverse materials, an extensive research that is in the center of the diverse and exquisite artistic activity.
- NiNi Art by Nahuel Tupac Losada
NiNi Art, Nahuel Tupac Losada (From 6 to 29 October)
Complicity between the work, the spectator and myself that leads to an aesthetic pleasure, semiological conversation and emphatic dialogue, in the sense of questioning, provocation and friction.
- SELVITA by Nicolás Fryd
SELVITA, Nicolás Fryd (September 15 to 27) is the illustrated story of a journey of initiation and spiritual transformation across the Peruvian jungle and through the magical world of sacred plants.
- Applied Art, Collective Exhibition
From 12 July to 10 September collective exhibition: Almudena Armenta, Ana Juan, Carmen Martin Baroja, Ceferino López, Eduardo Arroyo, Fernando Bellver, Isabel de la O, José Manuel Nuevo, Pablo Pinedo, Pep Carrió, Rockabrut, Sillas descarriadas
- PELO (Hair) by Laura Martínez Lombardía
From 9 June to 5 July 2016.
PELO is articulated in a “series of moments”, fragments of the author’s most personal story 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
12 May to 4 June 2016.
From digital print to original work and to lively tie-dyes, small sculptures, printed fabrics and more… a whole repertoire that will make boarding spaceship more fun.
- Bling Bling by Marcelo Burgos
BLING BLING, Marcelo Burgos. From 14 April to 10 May 2016.
Giclées, engravings, sculptures, and a suite of silkscreen prints of fictitious uniforms to identify the new European extreme right-wing, which moves terrifyingly forward before our passive and indolent gaze.