We have added a new publication to our regular collaborations with Fundación MAPFRE with the design of the catalogue Morandi. Infinite Resonance, which accompanies the retrospective exhibition and takes us on a journey through the work of Giorgio Morandi, one of the most significant and unclassifiable artists in the history of 20th century art.
Morandi was one of the masters of figurative representation, such as still lifes, and a contemporary of the Futurists. Influenced in his early days by the Italian masters (Giotto, Uccello, Masaccio) and, later, by Cézanne and Cubism, his treatment of composition and objects and his use of color make his work not only transcendental but metaphysical.
The publication also reflects the dialogue established between Morandi’s work and a selection of works by major figures in contemporary art such as the photographer Joel Meyerowitz, the sculptor Rachel Whiteread, the ceramist Edmund de Waal and the multidisciplinary artist Tacita Dean, among others.
Organised by Fundación MAPFRE and Fundació Catalunya La Pedrera, the exhibition can be visited from 27th September 2021 to 9th January 2022 at the Sala de Recoletos in Madrid.
Following its run at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, the Centre Pompidou in Paris is presenting the first retrospective in France of Georgia O’Keeffe, one of the major figures of 20th-century North American art.
Lacasta Design has created the exhibition graphics, which features around a hundred paintings, drawings and photographs by Alfred Stieglitz, and which offers a complete vision of her artistic trajectory. Works that range from the works of the 1910s (with which she became a pioneer of abstraction), through her famous flowers or her views of New York (which made her one of the principal figures of modernity in her country), to the paintings of New Mexico, the result of her fascination with the landscape and the mixture of cultures of this remote territory. It can be visited until 6th December 2021.
The catalogue accompanying the temporary exhibition Tàpies in Zabalaga has been co-published by the Chillida Leku museum and La Fábrica and designed by our studio. With this exhibition, the museum begins a new series of exhibitions in which it will invite other artists to enter into dialogue with this space, and the first artist to exhibit inside the Zabalaga farmhouse has been Antoni Tàpies, Eduardo Chillida’s friend and exceptional creator.
The exhibition, which will be open until 10th January 2022, will be made up of a selection of small and large-scale works, mainly sculptures, dating from the 1980’s to the 1990’s, some of which will be on view for the first time outside the Fundació Antoni Tàpies.
The authors of the catalogue are specialists in the work of the Catalan artist: the Art Historian Nùria Homs, who works at the Fundació Antoni Tàpies in Barcelona, and Lourdes Cirlot, a specialist in contemporary art and Professor at the University of Barcelona.
The Irish artist, who at the beginning of his career felt identified with minimalism, has worked since the 1970s in installations and audiovisual media in which he questions reality. These projections are usually synchronized with slides, films, audio narrations and soundtracks, representing themes from popular culture, literature, painting, theater or cinema.
The temporary exhibition is part of the summer program and will be open until August 23, 2021.
The Center Pompidou Málaga opens an exhibition on the sculptor Julio González, one of the figures who was at the forefront of modern sculpture from the 1930s. of the 20th century.
The museum has given us the opportunity to design the exhibition graphics of the exhibition, focused on the major stages of an artistic career centered on working with metal, especially iron, as the main material to draw its main themes in space: dance as a study of movement, or masks as a set of planes.
The Julio González exhibition, curated by Brigitte Leal, in collaboration with the Fundación la Caixa, can be visited until October 17, 2021.
The exhibition catalog on Bill Brandt has been selected as one of the best photography publications of the year by the PHotoEspaña festival.
PHotoEspaña, one of the most important photography festivals in Europe, presents its 24th edition in 2021, with 86 exhibitions. Among them, the first retrospective dedicated to this photographer, which can be seen until August 29 at Fundación MAPFRE, in Madrid.
The collective exhibition with the best photography books can be seen at PhotoEspaña Gallery (c / Alameda, 9, Madrid) until until August 30, 2021.
Lacasta Design has developed the exhibition graphics for the exhibition Women in Art, which allows discovering unpublished artists for both specialists and the general public.
The exhibition proposes a journey through the history of abstract art created by women from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day. A multidisciplinary and global exhibition that includes works from Latin America, the Middle East and Asia.
The exhibition, organized by the Center Pompidou Paris, opens to the public on May 5, 2021 and can be visited until August 23, 2021.
Design of the catalog for the ‘Picasso Ibero’ exhibition, the first exhibition to explore the influence of Iberian art on Pablo Picasso’s work through more than 200 pieces.
Co-edited by Fundación Botín and La Fábrica, it is an original confrontation that offers the possibility of reflecting on how the discovery of an autochthonous and “primitive” art contributed to the formation of the identity and artistic language of one of the greatest artists of the twentieth century.
The exhibition is organized in collaboration with the Musée national Picasso-Paris and curated by Cécile Godefroy, with Roberto Ontañón Peredo as Associate Curator, and coordinated by Pierre Rouillard for the Iberian section.
‘Picasso Ibero’ can be visited from May 1, 2021 to September 12, 2021 at the Centro Botín, Santander, Spain.
From October 2021 until July, we will be part of the group of professionals who participate in the Master of Editorial Design and Production at IED Madrid.
This master’s degree, directed by Tres Tipos Gráficos, raises the dialogue between paper and screen, and includes the study of the different publication formats, the role of photography and illustration, the principles of composition and typographic aesthetics, but also incorporates the research and prototyping processes typical of the digital world into print media design.
We will try to contribute our vision of the culture of the editorial project or the dynamics that govern its processes without forgetting the differences between the types of publications and their special characteristics.
Venue Canal de Isabel II of the Community of Madrid and Centro José Guerrero from Granada present ‘SOLO’, an exhibition by Argentine photographer Matías Costa, which proposes a journey through his trajectory of three decades of work, including photojournalism, travel chronicles or autobiographical narration.
Lacasta Design has been comissioned to design the space graphics and the catalog that complements the exhibition. The publication, edited by La Fábrica, includes texts by the historian and curator Carlos Martín, the journalist Leila Guerriero and the specialized photography critic Federica Chiocchetti.
Matías Costa (Buenos Aires, 1973) is a journalist, photographer and co-founder of the NOPHOTO collective. He has received distinctions such as the World Press Photo or PHotoEspaña Prize. He is a regular contributor to press media such as El País or The New York Times.
Joan Brossa’s Catalog Raisonné, which includes the visual work of an experimental type and not edited by the artist, has been awarded the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sports. 1ST Prize Best published Art Book Awards 2019.
The catalog includes a series of projects conceived in the form of books or sets with his experimental poems and collections of visual poetry.
Thanks to all the members of the jury!
We are happy to announce that one of our latest works, the book ‘Universes’ by David Jiménez, has been awarded as the Best Photography Book of the Year in National Category by PHotoEspaña, which has been published on the occasion of the exhibition dedicated to the photographer in Sala Canal de Isabel II of the Community of Madrid.
The evolution of the work of photographer David Jiménez is demonstrated through the pages of this RM Editorial – Community of Madrid and Navarra University publication, which includes some of the projects he has developed over more than 25 years of experience. The PHE jury has highlighted “the synchrony between the substance and the form of the work. Furthermore, it stands out how the author’s visual narrative is supported by a high print quality and choice of paper”.
The jury was integrated by the Deputy Director of the Centro de Arte 2 de Mayo, Tania Pardo; the Director of Communication and head of catalogs of the Fundación Juan March, Guillermo Nagore and the renowed photographer Alberto García-Alix.
A pioneer of abstraction and renowned theorist of aesthetics, Wasily Kandinsky is one of the most innovative artists of the early 20th century.
The exhibition can be visited at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao until May 23, 2021.
On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Henri Matisse, the Pompidou Centre in Paris pays tribute to him through the exhibition ‘Matisse Like a novel’, which presents more than 230 works and 70 documents and archives.
Inspired by the title of Louis Aragon’s work, ‘Henri Matisse, Roman’ (1971), this exhibition explores in each of the 9 sections Matisse’s relationship with literature. Laid out from its beginnings to the 1950s and its final years, this chronological survey allows us to contemplate a life lived for art.
This exhibition has been a new opportunity for our studio to develop the line of exhibition graphics in one of most renowed modern and contemporary art museums with the most international presence.
We recommend the guided tour led by its curator, Aurélie Verdier.
Considered one of the most important abstract painters of the second half of the 20th century, Martin Barré is the subject of a retrospective-event at the Pompidou Center in Paris.
Lacasta Design has been the study chosen to make the exhibition graphics. Straight lines and a measured use of color have been the premises established to enhance the work of one of the masters of European abstraction.
If you couldn’t see it, we recommend this exclusive guided tour by Michel Gauthier, curator of the exhibition.