El Ultimo Grito

El Ultimo Grito is the creative partnership between Rosario Hurtado and Roberto Feo. Hurtado was born in Madrid, Spain (1966) and Feo was born in London, UK (1964); both work and live in London. El Ultimo Grito was founded in London in 1997. The name “El Ultimo Grito” translates from Spanish to English as “the last shout” reflecting the witty names they give to their products, summing up the heart, intelligence, and humor of the idea. The focus of their work is on one’s relationships with objects and culture, which they continuously research, exploring those relationships across disciplines in a wide variety of projects which range from interior design to graphics. In 2008 El Ultimo Grito curated nowhere/now/here Exploring New Lines of Investigation in Design at the LABoral in Gijón, Spain. The work of El Ultimo Grito has been collected by leading museums and galleries including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Crafts Council and British Council in London; MoMA in New York; Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam; and Kulturehusset in Stockholm. They have also participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions including Curious Minds, New Approaches in Design (2011–2012) at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Escape into the Upper Air (2011) at Spring Projects, London; Sitting and Looking (2010) at Innovative Craft, Edinburgh; and El Ultimo Grito New Work (2008) at Appel Gallery, Berlin

 
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