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The Hat Museum has been constituting a documentary collection of its activities in which it integrates, among others, the catalogues of its temporary exhibitions that are now available.
These publications are available for consultation at its Documentation Centre and can also be purchased at the museum store.

CATALOGUE PABLO Y MAYAYA

CATALOGUE PABLO Y MAYAYA

"Pablo Y Mayaya” is the brand of the famous Spanish hatters duo composed by Pablo Merino and Mayaya Cebrián. Sharing a vision in which tradition meets modernity, Pablo and Mayaya dedicate themselves to the creation and personalization of beautiful hats and headdresses where each piece receives a little of its soul.

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Catalogue Maor Zabar + Kobi Levi

Catalogue Maor Zabar + Kobi Levi

Creativity and disruptive thinking characterise the work of Maor Zabar and Kobi Levi. They transform the products of two very different industrial sectors – shoes and hats – with a very close connection to S. João da Madeira, its history, its present and certainly its future, into true artistic manifestos, through which they reflect and make us reflect about the simplest and almost imperceptible things of everyday life.

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Catalogue Harvy Santos + Amber Ambrose Aurèle

Catalogue Harvy Santos + Amber Ambrose Aurèle

There’s an almost compulsory urgency in the act of creation, that which makes us take everything out of nothing. Which grants existence where there was only void. To create is to produce. It is to give birth to. To create is also a catharsis. It is to abandon all that is harmful. Or simply useless. To create is an act of refinement. Of growth. For that reason, it is an emergency. An inevitable occurrence.

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Catalogue Estibalitz Diaz de Durana + Carolin Holzhuber

Catalogue Estibalitz Diaz de Durana + Carolin Holzhuber

There is movement in Estibalitz Diaz de Durana. There is colour. Plenty of colour. There is eccentricity. There is a flaming excess that reaches us through the sculptural shapes she explores and the materials she chooses and experiments with, but also through the subject matter that inspires her. Because hats, according to the designer, summarise all that she most values in the world.

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Catalogue Araceli Sancho + Kei Kagami

Catalogue Araceli Sancho + Kei Kagami

Araceli Sancho is creative genius. She’s passion and creativity. Fantasy and reality. Tradition and contemporaneity. Visually unique, her hats and headpieces are defined by a bold handling of shapes and volumes, by a conscious preference for recyclable materials and by a unique explosion of colour and energy. They are eclectic and timeless pieces, but they are also profoundly emotional and symbolic.

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Catalogue Marianne Jongkind + Costa Magarakis

Catalogue Marianne Jongkind + Costa Magarakis

Owner of a very peculiar style, Marianne Jongkind is known for the use of sleek lines and eccentrically voluminous shapes, sometimes geometric, which allude to one of her favourite sources of inspiration: architecture.

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