100 chairs, 100 lamps and 100 posters from the past 100 years, of some of the most important Spanish artist and designers like Gaudí, Miró, Tusquets, Mariscal, Moneo, Hayón, Picasso or Dalí are presented in the exhibition “300% Spanish Design” @ the Franz Mayer Museum (Mexico City).
The aim of the exhibition is to show the rich Spanish contribution to the world creative culture during the 20th century. The exhibit was originally conceived as part of the international cultural Spanish programme for the Spanish pavilion during the 2005 Universal Expo in Aichi.
After visiting Lisbon, Athens, Beijing, Sao Paulo… this exhibition gets updated for the Mexican stop with a few and more recent works.
If you live in DF or Mexico we wouldn’t doubt it, you’ve got until November 8th to visit it, however if Mexico City is too far away and you haven’t planned in visiting this megalopolis we bring you the on-line cataloges of past exhibitions (Portugal & China) here and also a virtual visit here. Enjoy!