Caja Negra

Founded in Argentina in 2005 by Diego Esteras and Ezequiel Fanego, Caja Negra is an independent publishing house based in Buenos Aires and Madrid that disseminates its books throughout Latin America and Spain.

The catalog proposes a transversal journey through the fields of essays, literature, film, visual arts and music, and promotes the coexistence of heterogeneous materials and the multiplication of surreptitious connections between them.

Caja Negra is a thinking entity, a tentacular organism whose mission is to map the history of radical episodes of aesthetic, political and vital experimentation. From those experiences it makes books, and from those books a proliferation of alliances, cultural activations, discussions and critical resources aimed at deprogramming the machinery of the present and multiplying uncertain futures.

Laura Tripaldi, Thinking with Materials

Monday April 8th, 2024

According to the (Cambridge) dictionary, a material is "a solid...

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K-TIME: talk and music session with Mckenzie Wark and El Palomar

Wednesday February 1st, 2023

On Sunday, February 12 at noon, Caja Negra presents K-TIME,...

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Ancient Tools for Advanced Communications

Tuesday October 25th, 2022

On Monday, November 7, Hangar invites the music label Tecnologías...

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