Exhibitions

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

  • INVASION OF THE BEEHIVE by Matz Mainka 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 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.

  • THE THREAD OF CLOTHO by Paula Noya THE THREAD OF CLOTHO by Paula Noya

    From 10 March to 9 April 2016.

    The concept of this exhibition is the result of Paula Noya’s work in recent years within the fields of photography, drawing, silkscreen printing, and installations.

  • PROXEMIAS by Carmelo Rubio PROXEMIAS by Carmelo Rubio

    Opening Friday 12 February. 8 PM

    Architecture, geometry textures, lines, strokes, meshes, traces and weavings are amongst the common factors in the different works that we find in this exhibition.

  • The Eyes of the Rhinoceros by Luis Cabrera The Eyes of the Rhinoceros by Luis Cabrera

    From 21 January to 9 February 2016.

    A new revision on the engraver Alberto Dürer (1471-1528) with a contemporary and postmodern approach that subverts his forms and themes and updates them for our consumer society.

  • Mirror of the soul. Pep Carrió. Wooden faces Mirror of the soul. Pep Carrió. Wooden faces

    Espejo del alma. Pep Carrió. Caras de madera. From 19 November to 12 January 2016.
    Collection of faces made out of flotsam and jetsam washed up on beaches and inlets and collected by Pep Carriό.

  • Babel. The cities of Arranz Babel. The cities of Arranz

    From 22 October to 17 November 2015, Babel. Las ciudades de Arranz. Originals and graphic works (silkscreens and digital prints).
    Drawing, a universal language that everyone understands. Jorge Arranz

  • “Sakuteiki: Seven Japanese Gardens” by Darío Álvarez “Sakuteiki: Seven Japanese Gardens" by Darío Álvarez

    Exhibition from 8 to 18 October 2015.
    First full exhibition of “Sakuteiki: Siete jardines japoneses” by Dario Alvarez, a folder with seven visual variations on the garden of the Ryoan-jiedited by Photosai Art Edition.

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