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

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

“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…