No. 1
Autumn 2015
Quay Brothers
Chantal Maillard

No. 2
Winter 2016
Graciela Iturbide
Dipesh Chakrabarty

No. 3
Spring 2016
Alfredo Jaar
Jacques Rancière

No. 4
Summer 2016
Carles Santos
Jerome Rothenberg

No. 5
Autumn 2016
William Kentridge
Juan Villoro

No. 6
Winter 2017
Arnaldo Antunes

No. 7
Spring 2017
Guillermo Kuitca
Enric Casasses

No. 8
Summer 2017
Antoni Muntadas
Antonio Gamoneda

No. 9
Autumn 2017
Alberto Kalach

No. 10
Winter 2018
Frederic Amat
Bei Dao

No. 11
Spring 2018
Joan Fontcuberta
Valère Novarina

No. 12
Summer 2018
Esther Ferrer
Marina Garcés

L’Estació́ is a multi-language transatlantic review of art, poetics and politics. Founded in Barcelona, it is based in Mexico City and Barcelona. L’Estació seeks to contribute to critical and cultural debate through the exchange of ideas, images, languages, disciplines and singular identities.

L’Estació is a collective adventure aimed at all those wishing to better know and share other possible worlds―also found in this one―to be presented in the here and now. It is an invitation to set out on a journey, on a search for unforeseen encounters amongst a variety of authors, disciplines, cultures and sensibilities.

The first issue of L’Estació will appear in Fall 2015. Writers and artists contributing to L’Estació include Chantal Maillard, Quay Brothers, Marina Garcés, Damián Ortega, Jacques Rancière, Alfredo Jaar, Perejaume, Itziar González, Frederic Amat, Joan Fontcuberta, Juan Villoro and Carles Santos, together with many others.

L’Estació, a project dedicated to artistic and poetic creation and philosophical and political reflection, will appear seasonally, four times a year. Its ambition in every issue is to offer its readers an open, free-ranging and unexpected dialogue between image and text, between the creator of an image (a visual artist, an architect, a musician or the like) and a writer (a poet, philosopher or essay writer, amongst others). The image does not seek to illustrate the text and the text is not meant to comment or reflect upon the image or its author. Rather, in L’Estació text and image work as independent realities without being set apart by predefined subject matter.

L’Estació will come out in a paper edition and will be published digitally as well. The paper edition will feature each given text in its original language. The format will be DIN A3, with a run of 1000, and the price is set at € 4. There will also be a limited edition of 100 copies featuring an original signed and numbered print, at a price of € 75, for subscribers only. There will also be a free digital version available online, where the original text will feature along with its corresponding translation into Catalan, Spanish and English.


Subscribe to L’Estació and make this collective project possible!

Subscribe to the limited edition with an original print created specifically for each issue of L’Estació. The complete collection will be comprised of 12 issues―4 issues a year over three years. Collect the review and contribute to the wider success of the project.


The complete collection – 12 issues
Total payment of 720 €

Paper Edition

1 issue — € 4

Available at:
La Central, Laie, Tinta Invisible and múltiplos



Tinta Invisible Edicions
Lleó, 6, Baixos
08001 Barcelona


Tinta Invisible Edicions
Lleó, 6, Baixos
08001 Barcelona

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Hipódromo Condesa
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Mexico City


L’Estació is a project by (L’Estació) Frederic Amat, Marina Garcés, Manuel Guerrero Brullet, (Tinta Invisible) Martí Guinovart, Ricard Ibernon, Sesé Rubio and (Arquine) Miquel Adrià.

Graphic Design: Estela Robles
Web Design: Oficina de disseny
Translations: la correccional (serveis textuals)
Communication: Neus Purtí Cirera
Distribution: Tinta Invisible
Printing, original limited edition prints: Tinta Invisible
Printing, paper edition:The Folio ClubNovaera

L’Estació is a publication of Tinta Invisible edicions, Arquine and Associació Teatre Invisible. With the support of Fundació BancSabadell.