Returning to the exhibition of 2009, the name chosen for the show was an acknowledgement of the artistic publication “Suma y Sigue”, published by José Huguet and edited by Vicente Aguilera Cerní, which in the nineteen-sixties became a channel for the introduction in Spain of international trends and aesthetic debates. The magazine covered all cultural spheres, from art and theatre to graphic design and architecture, and included articles written by personalities such as Joan Fuster or Tomás Llorens, as well as covers designed by Tàpies, Saura or the Equipo Crónica.
The name, applied to the design exhibition, alluded to the idea of an ongoing process, in continual evolution, as explained by the curators of the display, which included pieces by young designers such as Héctor Serrano, Raky Martínez or Ibán Ramón, together with others by veterans such as Ximo Roca.
Photos: Flickr Exposición Suma + Sigue del disseny a la Comunidad Valenciana. IMPIVA. MuVIM.