LIGA, Space for Architecture is an independent platform founded in Mexico City in 2011 that promotes Latin American contemporary architecture through exhibitions, conferences and workshops.



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LIGA Volume II: Exposed Architecture: Exhibitions, Interludes and Essays

LIGA introduced its second book, Exposed Architecture: Exhibitions, Interludes and Essays, edited by Isabel Martínez Abascal and Mario Ballesteros and published in collaboration with Swiss publishing house Park Books. 

This book is a binnacle of LIGA’s activities throughout the period of 2013-2016 and contains ten critical essays about exhibiting architecture as a fact, and a selection of references on the history of architecture exhibitions that LIGA has posted on its social networks using #ExposedArchitecture.

Essays: Agnaldo Farias, Barry Bergdoll, Carlos Mínguez Carrasco, Daniel Fernández Pascual, Florencia Rodriguez, Anna Puigjaner + Guillermo López (MAIO), Paola Santoscoy, Rory Hyde, Tina DiCarlo and Wonne Ickx.

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LIGA Volume I: Even Small Places Start Small

The first book of LIGA, Even the small spaces start small is a reader of the activities carried out during the two initial years of the space. 

The publication is edited by Ruth Estévez and it has texts about the offices exhibited at LIGA, creating a new literature on Latin American architecture to be used as a guide for all those interested in what is being produced in the region.

Essays: Pedro Duarte, José Esparza Chong-Cui, Ruth Estévez, Uriel Fogué, Alejandro Hernández, Wonne Ickx, Moritz Küng, Patricio Mardones, Miguel Mesa, Ciro Najle, Annie Ochmanek, Humberto Ricalde and Charles Waldheim.

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