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You will soon be able to consult the complete Archivo collection, including our permanent design Collection and our Library.

Archivo is the only project in Mexico dedicated to collecting, exhibiting, and rethinking design and architecture.

Archivo is focused on researching and advocating design, as well as in exploring its history and evolution, questioning its principles, and exploiting its potential as a tool for everyday transformation.

Through our permanent collection—consisting of 1,800 objects, a specialized library, and a dynamic program of research, exhibitions, and activities, Archivo has established itself as a pioneering space and an essential reference for design and architecture in Mexico and abroad.

 

LOCATION
General Francisco Ramírez 4
Ampliación Daniel Garza
Mexico City
11840

(ESPAÑOL) TRANSPORTE

(ESPAÑOL) metro
(ESPAÑOL) Constituyentes
(ESPAÑOL) metrobús
(ESPAÑOL) Parque Lira
(ESPAÑOL) ecobici
(ESPAÑOL) Múzquiz 188

CONTACT US

general

e-mail
info@archivo.design
phone
+52 (55) 2614 1063

DIRECTOR

ASSISTANT CURATOR

Pedro
Ceñal Murga

PROJECTS MANAGER

Roberto
Arriaga Martinez
FOLLOW US

SOCIAL

NEWSLETTER

PRESS MATERIALS

FAQS

RESEARCH

Our collection is a resource that we extend to all public as a research tool. We’ll share information about its relocation soon. For the library, we recommend that you make an appointment by sending us an email where you specify the topics you are looking for.

VOLUNTEERING

Archivo seeks volunteers all year. If you are passionate about design and want to be part of the team, check our programs here.

WEB CREDITS

design: Alejandro Olávarri
realization: dupla.mx

WHY ARCHIVO?

Archivo is not your typical archive. Instead of simply organizing and preserving documents that are only accessible to specialists, we want to produce new readings, perspectives, and ideas regarding material culture in its broadest sense, without restricting ourselves to categorical definitions or expert knowledge.

We are not a repository of records and documents, but of artifacts, testimonies, activations, and any sort of exploration about design. Archivo is an open archive: our storage rooms are accessible and our catalog is open; we share our resources, and we make our processes public.

We see Archivo as the raw material for learning and experimenting with design and architecture, a source of inspiration for designers, where curiosity, knowledge, and critical thought are instilled.

 

HOW DOES ARCHIVO WORK?

Archivo reasserts the relevance of design in our daily lives. We are pioneers in researching and exhibiting design in Mexico and we offer a unique study collection of everyday design. We’ve broken down our SPACE and work into three areas of activity:

 

  1. COLLECTING design:

From our foundation, Archivo has focused on acquiring, cataloging, and preserving a permanent collection of popular and industrial design as well as limited edition objects from the 20th and 21st centuries. Convinced that there is a difference between interacting with an object and seeing a representation of it in a book or website, we decided to open our archive in 2016, through Archivo Abierto—our open storage, consultation, and exhibition area, allowing anyone to see our collection up close and to interact with the pieces.

The other half of our permanent collection is the Archivo library, which specializes in architecture, art, and design. It is divided into two: the Personal Collection of Enrique del Moral (CEM) and the Archivo Collection (CAD). Both can be perused in our Reading Room.

You can also explore our entire collections (both the object collection and the library) in our online catalogue.

 

  1. EXHIBITING design:

Design and architecture are meant to be used and experienced, not displayed in a museum or gallery space. So, how and why do we exhibit design?

For Archivo, the answer to this question changes and adapts as time pases and according to different scenarios, but we generally believe that the practice of exhibiting design is important to rediscover histories, make processes public, and to go beyond the surface of a finished product. Our purpose is to strip design from any sense of mystery trying to tie it to a broader discussion regarding cultural and collective processes.

Our exhibitions delve into these concerns and attempt to push their boundaries: they question the nature of authorship in design and the relevance of process; they reveal the engineering logics behind a common artifact or blur the object-based focus of design; they reactivate historical memories, and seek to redefine the relationship between design and contemporary life in Mexico.

You can explore a complete history of our past exhibitions, learn more about our current shows, or discover the ones we have planned for the future.

 

  1. RETHINKING design:

Archivo seeks to inspire and encourage people to think design in non-traditional ways, to break disciplinary boundaries, and to create a broader view of the practice and its contexts, processes, histories, uses, and impacts.

Archivo is both a practical and educational resource for students and professionals, as well as a space that introduces a broader audience to design and material culture.

We generate and promote original and informed perspectives through a range of formats that are accessible to everyone: research projects and publications, opinion pieces, workshops and collaborations, and even informal gatherings and other kinds of activities.

HOW CAN YOU USE ARCHIVO?

Archivo is an exhibition space, as well as a research and gathering space; entrance is free of charge and open to the public. We want you to visit Archivo, but we especially want you to use Archivo. We want you to see our exhibitions and spend the day reading our books in the Reading Room or in the garden, having a coffee. We invite you to use our archive for your research or school project, or to participate in one of our conversations and workshops.

We may be a small, independent space, but we offer a considerable variety of resources and activities, as well as an ambitious program, and original, quality cultural offerings.

You can collaborate with Archivo through our volunteer program. If you are part of the design community in Mexico and you have a project or a collaboration proposal that involves Archivo, you can also contact us.

Sometimes we offer spaces for private events. If you are interested in hosting a photo shoot, a book launch, a dinner or a private event in Archivo, you can request information through our e-mail: info@archivo.design.

COLLABORATE

Archivo is the only project in Mexico dedicated to collecting, exhibiting, and rethinking design and architecture.

Archivo is focused on researching and advocating design, as well as in exploring its history and evolution, questioning its principles, and exploiting its potential as a tool for everyday transformation.

Through our permanent collection—consisting of 1,800 objects, a specialized library, and a dynamic program of research, exhibitions, and activities, Archivo has established itself as a pioneering space and an essential reference for design and architecture in Mexico and abroad.

 

WHY ARCHIVO?

Archivo is not your typical archive. Instead of simply organizing and preserving documents that are only accessible to specialists, we want to produce new readings, perspectives, and ideas regarding material culture in its broadest sense, without restricting ourselves to categorical definitions or expert knowledge.

We are not a repository of records and documents, but of artifacts, testimonies, activations, and any sort of exploration about design. Archivo is an open archive: our storage rooms are accessible and our catalog is open; we share our resources, and we make our processes public.

We see Archivo as the raw material for learning and experimenting with design and architecture, a source of inspiration for designers, where curiosity, knowledge, and critical thought are instilled.

 

HOW DOES ARCHIVO WORK?

Archivo reasserts the relevance of design in our daily lives. We are pioneers in researching and exhibiting design in Mexico and we offer a unique study collection of everyday design. We’ve broken down our SPACE and work into three areas of activity:

 

  1. COLLECTING design:

From our foundation, Archivo has focused on acquiring, cataloging, and preserving a permanent collection of popular and industrial design as well as limited edition objects from the 20th and 21st centuries. Convinced that there is a difference between interacting with an object and seeing a representation of it in a book or website, we decided to open our archive in 2016, through Archivo Abierto—our open storage, consultation, and exhibition area, allowing anyone to see our collection up close and to interact with the pieces.

The other half of our permanent collection is the Archivo library, which specializes in architecture, art, and design. It is divided into two: the Personal Collection of Enrique del Moral (CEM) and the Archivo Collection (CAD). Both can be perused in our Reading Room.

You can also explore our entire collections (both the object collection and the library) in our online catalogue.

 

  1. EXHIBITING design:

Design and architecture are meant to be used and experienced, not displayed in a museum or gallery space. So, how and why do we exhibit design?

For Archivo, the answer to this question changes and adapts as time pases and according to different scenarios, but we generally believe that the practice of exhibiting design is important to rediscover histories, make processes public, and to go beyond the surface of a finished product. Our purpose is to strip design from any sense of mystery trying to tie it to a broader discussion regarding cultural and collective processes.

Our exhibitions delve into these concerns and attempt to push their boundaries: they question the nature of authorship in design and the relevance of process; they reveal the engineering logics behind a common artifact or blur the object-based focus of design; they reactivate historical memories, and seek to redefine the relationship between design and contemporary life in Mexico.

You can explore a complete history of our past exhibitions, learn more about our current shows, or discover the ones we have planned for the future.

 

  1. RETHINKING design:

Archivo seeks to inspire and encourage people to think design in non-traditional ways, to break disciplinary boundaries, and to create a broader view of the practice and its contexts, processes, histories, uses, and impacts.

Archivo is both a practical and educational resource for students and professionals, as well as a space that introduces a broader audience to design and material culture.

We generate and promote original and informed perspectives through a range of formats that are accessible to everyone: research projects and publications, opinion pieces, workshops and collaborations, and even informal gatherings and other kinds of activities.

HOW CAN YOU USE ARCHIVO?

Archivo is an exhibition space, as well as a research and gathering space; entrance is free of charge and open to the public. We want you to visit Archivo, but we especially want you to use Archivo. We want you to see our exhibitions and spend the day reading our books in the Reading Room or in the garden, having a coffee. We invite you to use our archive for your research or school project, or to participate in one of our conversations and workshops.

We may be a small, independent space, but we offer a considerable variety of resources and activities, as well as an ambitious program, and original, quality cultural offerings.

You can collaborate with Archivo through our volunteer program. If you are part of the design community in Mexico and you have a project or a collaboration proposal that involves Archivo, you can also contact us.

Sometimes we offer spaces for private events. If you are interested in hosting a photo shoot, a book launch, a dinner or a private event in Archivo, you can request information through our e-mail: info@archivo.design.

Search

You will soon be able to consult the complete Archivo collection, including our permanent design Collection and our Library.

Archivo is the only project in Mexico dedicated to collecting, exhibiting, and rethinking design and architecture.

Archivo is focused on researching and advocating design, as well as in exploring its history and evolution, questioning its principles, and exploiting its potential as a tool for everyday transformation.

Through our permanent collection—consisting of 1,800 objects, a specialized library, and a dynamic program of research, exhibitions, and activities, Archivo has established itself as a pioneering space and an essential reference for design and architecture in Mexico and abroad.

 

LOCATION
General Francisco Ramírez 4
Ampliación Daniel Garza
Mexico City
11840

(ESPAÑOL) TRANSPORTE

(ESPAÑOL) metro
(ESPAÑOL) Constituyentes
(ESPAÑOL) metrobús
(ESPAÑOL) Parque Lira
(ESPAÑOL) ecobici
(ESPAÑOL) Múzquiz 188

CONTACT US

general

e-mail
info@archivo.design
phone
+52 (55) 2614 1063

DIRECTOR

ASSISTANT CURATOR

Pedro
Ceñal Murga

PROJECTS MANAGER

Roberto
Arriaga Martinez
FOLLOW US

SOCIAL

NEWSLETTER

PRESS MATERIALS

FAQS

RESEARCH

Our collection is a resource that we extend to all public as a research tool. We’ll share information about its relocation soon. For the library, we recommend that you make an appointment by sending us an email where you specify the topics you are looking for.

VOLUNTEERING

Archivo seeks volunteers all year. If you are passionate about design and want to be part of the team, check our programs here.

WEB CREDITS

design: Alejandro Olávarri
realization: dupla.mx

WHY ARCHIVO?

Archivo is not your typical archive. Instead of simply organizing and preserving documents that are only accessible to specialists, we want to produce new readings, perspectives, and ideas regarding material culture in its broadest sense, without restricting ourselves to categorical definitions or expert knowledge.

We are not a repository of records and documents, but of artifacts, testimonies, activations, and any sort of exploration about design. Archivo is an open archive: our storage rooms are accessible and our catalog is open; we share our resources, and we make our processes public.

We see Archivo as the raw material for learning and experimenting with design and architecture, a source of inspiration for designers, where curiosity, knowledge, and critical thought are instilled.

 

HOW DOES ARCHIVO WORK?

Archivo reasserts the relevance of design in our daily lives. We are pioneers in researching and exhibiting design in Mexico and we offer a unique study collection of everyday design. We’ve broken down our SPACE and work into three areas of activity:

 

  1. COLLECTING design:

From our foundation, Archivo has focused on acquiring, cataloging, and preserving a permanent collection of popular and industrial design as well as limited edition objects from the 20th and 21st centuries. Convinced that there is a difference between interacting with an object and seeing a representation of it in a book or website, we decided to open our archive in 2016, through Archivo Abierto—our open storage, consultation, and exhibition area, allowing anyone to see our collection up close and to interact with the pieces.

The other half of our permanent collection is the Archivo library, which specializes in architecture, art, and design. It is divided into two: the Personal Collection of Enrique del Moral (CEM) and the Archivo Collection (CAD). Both can be perused in our Reading Room.

You can also explore our entire collections (both the object collection and the library) in our online catalogue.

 

  1. EXHIBITING design:

Design and architecture are meant to be used and experienced, not displayed in a museum or gallery space. So, how and why do we exhibit design?

For Archivo, the answer to this question changes and adapts as time pases and according to different scenarios, but we generally believe that the practice of exhibiting design is important to rediscover histories, make processes public, and to go beyond the surface of a finished product. Our purpose is to strip design from any sense of mystery trying to tie it to a broader discussion regarding cultural and collective processes.

Our exhibitions delve into these concerns and attempt to push their boundaries: they question the nature of authorship in design and the relevance of process; they reveal the engineering logics behind a common artifact or blur the object-based focus of design; they reactivate historical memories, and seek to redefine the relationship between design and contemporary life in Mexico.

You can explore a complete history of our past exhibitions, learn more about our current shows, or discover the ones we have planned for the future.

 

  1. RETHINKING design:

Archivo seeks to inspire and encourage people to think design in non-traditional ways, to break disciplinary boundaries, and to create a broader view of the practice and its contexts, processes, histories, uses, and impacts.

Archivo is both a practical and educational resource for students and professionals, as well as a space that introduces a broader audience to design and material culture.

We generate and promote original and informed perspectives through a range of formats that are accessible to everyone: research projects and publications, opinion pieces, workshops and collaborations, and even informal gatherings and other kinds of activities.

HOW CAN YOU USE ARCHIVO?

Archivo is an exhibition space, as well as a research and gathering space; entrance is free of charge and open to the public. We want you to visit Archivo, but we especially want you to use Archivo. We want you to see our exhibitions and spend the day reading our books in the Reading Room or in the garden, having a coffee. We invite you to use our archive for your research or school project, or to participate in one of our conversations and workshops.

We may be a small, independent space, but we offer a considerable variety of resources and activities, as well as an ambitious program, and original, quality cultural offerings.

You can collaborate with Archivo through our volunteer program. If you are part of the design community in Mexico and you have a project or a collaboration proposal that involves Archivo, you can also contact us.

Sometimes we offer spaces for private events. If you are interested in hosting a photo shoot, a book launch, a dinner or a private event in Archivo, you can request information through our e-mail: info@archivo.design.

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1 (ESPAÑOL) ARCHIVO | JALISCO (ESPAÑOL) ARCHIVO | JALISCO (ESPAÑOL) Lorena Canales y Aditi Ruiz (ESPAÑOL) ENE.2020 (ESPAÑOL) Guadalajara, Jalisco
2 Molcajete book of the month review Gabriel Calvillo JUL.2019
3 Molcajete reseña para objeto del mes Gabriel Calvillo JUL.2019
4 Primordial TANAT + Sergio López and Nicolás Cuéllar: Primordial Nicolás Cuellar Camarena 09.MAR.19 – 06.APR.19
5 Man the unknown book of the month review Karla Paniagua MAR.2019
6 MXCD03: Future Scenarios works exhibited Carla Valdivia, Alberto Odériz, Gina Cebey, ASCO, ORU, Básica Studio, Fabien Cappello, Jota Izquierdo, Güerxs, NAAFI, Ricardo Barusch, Andrés Souto, Bárbara Sánchez-Kane, Surella Segú, Amor Muñoz, Pablo Somonte, Rozana Montiel, Edwina Portocarrero, Yaoci Prado OCT.06.2018 - ENE.12.2019
7 Aerobics by Kenneth H. Cooper: a copy from Enrique del Moral's personal library, now owned by Fernando Romero and available in Archivo review for book fo the month APRDELESP DEC.2018
8 From the Original to the Souvenir object of the month review Cecilia León de la Barra DEC.2018
9 (ESPAÑOL) Tecnologías radicales y futuros urbanos (ESPAÑOL) charla (ESPAÑOL) Adam Greenfield (ESPAÑOL) 19.ABR.2017 (ESPAÑOL) Archivo abierto
10 Design as shield and anesthesia book of the month review Gonzalo Bustamante Nov. 2018
11 Tetrahedron Boing! object of the month review Moisés Hernández NOV.2018
12 Maternova: Design for who? object of the month review Jimena Acosta OCT.2018
13 68 years later book of the month review Tiago Pinto de Carvalho OCT.2018
14 Reunir
15 Publicar
16 Otros
17 Hacer
18 colaborar
19 Investigar
20 Opinar
21 To remain thinking - how the practice of vocabulary, creativity and intimacy act as anti-modernity. book of the month review Lorena Canales SEP.2018 Reading Room
22 La Bienal de Venecia 23 exhibition operadora., Proyectos ninguém, Ana Nuño, Luis Young AUG.21 - SEP.01.2018 temporary gallery
23 MXCD02 Civilized caves fragment Pedro Ceñal Murga Oct.13.2017
24 MXCD02 Schools descriptive sheets Pedro Ceñal Murga OCT.13.2017
25 La fiesta fue ayer (y nadie recuerda nada) curatorial text Mario García Torres FEB.9.17
26 100 years, 100 fragments curatorial text Mario Ballesteros OCT.13.2017
27 How to Rescue a Mural introduction Pedro Reyes FEB.06.2018
28 MXCD02: Fragments (ESPAÑOL) investigación (ESPAÑOL) Pedro Ceñal Murga (ESPAÑOL) 13.OCT.2017
29 Cosmografía: Mestiz IV Collection invited project Mestiz (Daniel Valero) 08.JUN – 09.JUN.2018 Temporary Gallery
30 Venice Design institutional alliance VENICE DESIGN OCT.2018 Palazzo Michiel
31 Plastic Disintegration: The Rise, Fall, and Imaginable Rebirth of a Modern Mexican Icon curatorial text Mario Ballesteros 06.FEB.2018
32 SCOP Center: From abandonment to ruin investigation Pedro Ceñal Murga FEB.06.2018
33 Reflections of the SCOP Center from contemporary art exhibited piece Pedro Reyes, Tercerunquinto, Pablo López Luz, Virginia Colwell and Isauro Huizar 06.FEB - 26.MAY.2018 Temporary Gallery
34 SCOP Center media aftermath 'ARCHIVO(S): Centro SCOP' Research Pedro Ceñal Murga 06.FEB.2018
35 Sources consulted in "Archivo(s): Centro SCOP" investigation process Pedro Ceñal Murga JAN - MAY.2018
36 Repentina FICA 2018 itinerant activity LIGA Espacio para la Arquitectura, Coordinación General de Asuntos Internacionales de la CDMX, APRDELESP, PALMA, Vrtical, Zeller & Moye and TO 16.DEC.2017 Open Archive
37 Marta Moreira Conference conference Marta Moreira 07.DEC.2017 Garden
38 Book Aerofoto Presentation book presentation Instituto de Geografía, UNAM, Fundación ICA, Daniel Guzmán, Santiago Arau, Mercedes Aguado and Armando Peralta 06.DEC.2017 Garden
39 Design for creative reading interview Fabien Cappello and Mario Ballesteros 12.NOV.2017 Reading Room
40 Mexico Design City's Talk / #diseñar19s / Design and the 1985 earthquake talk Juan José Díaz Infante Casasús, Isaac Torres and Carlos Ortega 15.OCT.2017 Garden
41 Mexico Design City (Past): 100 years, 100 fragments exhibition Mario Ballesteros 14.OCT.2017 Temporary Gallery
42 MXCD02 Past - Exhibition design exhibition design Tezontle OCT.13.2017
43 Reconstruction of the Soweto monumental tapestry produced work Leticia Arroyo OCT.13.2017
44 100 años de Diseño Suizo object loan Francisco Torres 04.OCT.2017 − 25.FEB.2018 Museo de Arte Moderno
45 #DISEÑAR19S workshop society of design students 19S 30.SEP.2017 Temporary Gallery
46 Behance Portfolio Reviews 11 portfolio reviews Primal 11.MAY.2017 Temporary Gallery
47 'La Silla', el 'para' y 'El Eco' essay Pedro Ceñal Murga APR.25.2017 Handout
48 Four designs by Mathias Goeritz essay Aldo Solano Rojas APR.25.2017 Handout
49 The three moments of 'The chairs for El Eco' exhibition narrative Archivo 25.APR.2017 Open Archive
50 Closing The party was yesterday (and nobody remembers anything) / 'It was day, it was night, it was afternoon, it was fantastic' closing 'La fiesta fue ayer (y nadie recuerda nada)' Mario García Torres 22.APR.2017 Temporary Gallery
51 Five chairs for El Eco investigation Archivo JAN - APR.2017
52 Sources consulted in 'The chairs for El Eco' investigation process Pedro Ceñal Murga JAN - APR.2017
53 Fragments of testimonies about the chairs for El Eco interviews Archivo NOV.2016 - FEB.2017 Open Archive
54 David Cranor and Edwina Portocarrero's Talk: Remixed Hardware talk David Cranor and Edwina Portocarrero 09.OCT.2016 The Street
55 Urban Territory: AndaMio activity Edwina Portocarrero and David Cranor 08.OCT − 09.OCT2016 The Street
56 Mexico Design City: Portraits photo essay Melba Arellano 04.OCT.2016 MXCD01 exhibition
57 MXCD01 Present - Exhibition design museography PALMA OCT.4.2016
58 Design in CDMX Now: An Instant Geography curatorial text Mario Ballesteros OCT.4.2016
59 Summer Archivo: Spontaneopolis activity Lupe Toys and TwoPoints.Net 19.AUG − 27.AUG.2016 Garden
60 Design in Process: Each One is The Other curatorial text Isauro Huizar, Mario Ballesteros JUL.06.16
61 ARCHIVO(S) Hotel Camino Real Closing / Screening of Bring Me the Head of Alfredo García closing and screening Archivo 19.MAY.2016 Lobby
62 Edwina Portocarrero in Residence residency Edwina Portocarrero 10.APR - OCT.2016 Working Room
63 Legorreta / Barragán dialogue Víctor Alcérreca and Wonne Ickx 05.APR.2016 Lobby
64 Luis Vega: Tradition, industry, territory talk Luis Vega 05.APR.2016 Lobby
65 Notes for a curatorial proposal regarding the Camino Real Hotel curatorial text Pablo León de la Barra FEB.2.16
66 Archivo, Italy, Archivo curatorial text Mario Ballesteros OCT.22.15
67 Archivo 01's Dialogues dialogue Mario, Ballesteros, Óscar Benassini, Montserrat Castañon, Javier Carral, Carlos Torre Hütt, Cecilia León de la Barra, Carmen Ortega Casanovas, Ricardo Casas, Andrea Cesarman and Jaime Hernández Encontra 19.SEP.2015 Temporary Gallery
68 Biking Traces curatorial text Cecilia León de la Barra, David Ortega y Regina Pozo FEB.5.2015
69 TRADITION VERSUS MODERNITY book Kristina Lee Podesva and Rodrigo Ortiz Monasterio 01.JAN.2014 Guayaba Press
70 Eye Collection: The Dark Side of Design curatorial text Regina Pozo OCT.2013 Impreso 03
71 From the Copy to the Original essay Cecilia León de la Barra, Jorge Gardoni OCT.2013 Impreso 03
72 Here & There, Identification through Comparison review Andrea Ortega OCT.2013 Impreso 03
73 The Architecture of Industrial Design: Assembly Manual review Omar Ramos OCT.2013 Impreso 03
74 Morphology / Oaxacan Clay curatorial text Innovando la Tradición OCT.2013 Impreso 03
75 Genealogy 3 Timeline: The Clay of Atzompa: A Reconstruction of the Ceramist’s Trade investigation Mariana Rubio / Innovando la Tradición OCT.2013 Impreso 03
76 The Letter E is Everywhere exposition Studio Manuel Raeder 06.JUN - 25.JUL.2013 Temporary Gallery
77 Archivo Pavilion 01: Pedro&Juana project Pedro&Juana and Gustavo Arroyo 08.APR.2013 Garden
78 Sesiones Puerquito conversation Pedro and Juana, José Esparza, Jimena Hogrebe and Regina Pozo 2013 Garden
79 Here and There essay Regina Pozo 17.DEC.2012 Impreso 02
80 Instructions On How to Paint a Mural essay Rodrigo Ortiz Monasterio 17.DEC.2012 Impreso 02
81 Genealogy 2 (084) The Panam Tennis Shoe investigation Aitor Garrido and Regina Pozo 17.DEC.2012 Impreso 02
82 Phonosystems Memoir exhibition review Erika Arroyo Guerrero 17.DEC.2012 impreso 02
83 Memoire of a Sponge review Maria Garcia Holley 17.DEC.2012 Impreso 02
84 The Spirit of Nakashima essay Edgar Orlaineta 17.DEC.2012 Impreso 02
85 Objects like tiny buildings: assembly manual curatorial text PRODUCTORA 17.DEC.2012 Impreso 02
86 Genealogy 1 Silla Corona investigation Regina Pozo 16.APR.2012 Impreso 01
87 Happiness is a warm (and cold) sponge - Exhibition design museographic design Arcotecho Taller de Arquitectura 16.APR.2012 Impreso 01
88 Phonosystems: Towards Sound Portability curatorial text Regina Pozo y Adriana Melchor 16.APR.2012 Impreso 01
89 'Impreso' 01 periodical publication, first issue Adriana Melchor, Regina Pozo, Ed. 16.APR.2012 Impreso 01
90 Erratic Labels fiction Guillermo Fadanelli 16.APR.2012 Impreso 01
91 Happiness is a hot (and cool) sponge curatorial text Guillermo Santamarina 16.APR.2012 Impreso 01