The exhibition Industrial Architecture: Ábalos&Herreros selected by OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen presents a precise reading of the industrial approach to architecture in the work of Ábalos&Herreros, a firm that operated in Madrid from 1984 until 2008. Diverse objects are presented: CAD drawings, photographs of archival material taken by Stefano Graziani, a replica of the viewing device that Ábalos&Herreros designed for the Third Biennial of Spanish Architecture in 1995, and a series of photographs by Lewis Baltz that overlaps with their interest in industrial architecture.

The exhibition results from guest curators Kersten Geers and David Van Severen’s focused immersion in the Ábalos&Herreros fonds at the CCA. It is part of Out of the Box: Ábalos&Herreros.

Introducing the archive
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Introducing the archive: Ábalos & Herreros selected by Kersten Geers and David Van Severen. Video © CCA

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