The Alma Gráfica fair in its second edition

This second edition sought to “reconnect” the arts and publishing with society, despite the fact that this year the number of exhibitors was reduced to 33.

Exhibitions, workshops, talks or meetings. Anything goes to fulfill the objective of “reconnecting” the arts and publishing with the public.
This is how the second edition of the Alma Gráfica fair was presented this year. Thirty-three exhibitors and eleven activities gave an account of the intricacies of the graphic arts. In order that the editors can make known their work to put them in contact with collectors in particular, and with the public in general.
Although this year the number of exhibitors was reduced: of the forty-two that participated last year, thirty-three of this. The director of Alma Gráfica explained that with this reduction “the space of Trascorrales will work better” because “the quality is higher than last year,” argued Marta Fermín.

Even so, the fair brought together, throughout the weekend; workshops, talks … In addition to serving as a stage for the presentation of the CIEC Foundation scholarship to one of Alma Gráfica’s exhibiting artists.

For the Councilor for Culture, Alma Gráfica covers “a gap” regarding the graphic art that relies on “consolidating”, said Roberto Sánchez Ramos, during the presentation of the fair.