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TRImarchi Festival

TRImarchi, the most attended graphic design festival in Latin America, is being celebrated for the first time in Madrid. On September 30th at the Círculo de Bellas Artes, you can attend this unique event born in Mar del Plata, which has been an essential gathering for the industry for over twenty years.

The event, though centered around design, delves into various disciplines and combines conferences by design industry leaders with live performances, workshops, parties, exhibitions, an entrepreneurs’ market, and much more.

Jonathan Barnbrook, a designer known for album and book covers for John Lennon, David Bowie, Amy Winehouse, and Rihanna, is one of the keynote speakers of the day. Other speakers include Elian Chali (an international artist and advocate for the disabled community), Liza Enebis from Studio Dumbar (known for MTV VMAs and The Social Hub), and Ausias.

In the exhibition section, the participation of 0800 Don Rouch stands out, one of Argentina’s most sought-after jewelers who has created pieces for Neo Pistea, YSY, Alán Gómez, and the Levantine rapper Hoke. The artist will present some of the pieces he has created over the years for the first time. Meanwhile, on the TRImarchi stage, DJ Valentina, Constanza, and Persa Jazz will perform. During the nighttime hours, we will have sessions by Cabiria, Dinamarca, and CHICA DJ set (Albal and Juguete).

The schedule spans from three in the afternoon to three in the morning, concluding with a grand party in the Salón de las Columnas at the Círculo de Bellas Artes. It’s a unique opportunity to visit this iconic building like you’ve never seen it before and to immerse yourself in the heart of Latin American graphic culture without leaving Madrid.

More information: https://trimarchidg.net

words: Alexia G. Ferrer