Spanish and Latin American Design Biennial in Madrid
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- Arts and Culture
- culture an traditions
- 11 / 27 / 2008
Among the most frequently represented countries from the region there are Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Spain, Mexico, Peru, Portugal and Venezuela, with more than fifteen designers each.
Cuba will participate with ten proposals among which stand out the 2008 Cuba vs. Blockade campaign, by the Creative Group from the State Council, four posters by young designers, the medical Cardiocid team, the Tropics ceramic set and the textile surface collection Tocororo.
The BID also includes several collateral exhibitions such as Kabum! Mix, a poster exhibition made by Brazilian children and another one dedicated to furniture work and the exhibition Cajas de tránsito: Sillas desde México, made up by pieces from the mid-twentieth century and contemporary.
The event in Madrid, which is to be celebrated every two years in that Spanish city and which hopes to become the most important event for contemporary Spanish and Latin American design, will last in this first edition until February 15, 2009.