In 2020 Gabinete de dibujos settled in Literato Azorín, 33, in the old bus station to Ontinyent, with a staff of collaborator artists composed inicially by Ernesto Casero, Manuel Antonio Domínguez, Roberto Mollá, Felipe Ortega Regalado, Santiago Talavera and Nieves Torralba; to them have joined Ameria Sanchez and the urban artist ESCIF.
In 2022, Gabinete de dibujos has participated in Drawing Room Madrid.
Previously to 2020, Gabinete de dibujos was at Literato Azorín, 14, where, with the collaboration of GRIS (professional and handcraft framing) and with its image designed by EPB (Bea Bascuñán and Albert Jornet), it occupied a small showcase of one m³ that was inaugurated with a Max intervention in 2011 and which functioned for eight years as an special drawing experimentation laboratory.
Very different artists passed through that space, as Ginés Martínez, Carmen Segovia, Aldo Alcota, Paco Roca, Roberto Mollá, Fabrizio Contarino, Eugénia Aloy, Laura Castelló y María Herreros, Carmela Mayor, Sr. López, Abel Jiménez, Ernesto Casero, Cheles Martínez, Ana Roussel, Javier Sáez Castán, Nuria Ferriol, Manuel Antonio Domínguez, Moisés Mahiques, Aitana Carrasco, González Torremocha, Miriam Moreno, Duarte Encarnaçao, Vira-lata, Sebastián Nicolau, Maribel Mas, Manel Granell, Tania Abrile, Felipe Ortega-Regalado, Cristina Alegre, Guillem Juan, Manu Blázquez, Raquel Carrero, Óscar Seco, Antonio Franco, Juan Cuéllar, Ana Vélez and Toni Signes.
It also hosted group exhibitions such as Encapsulados XI. Cápsula de liberación prolongada, a curated project by Roberto Mollá and Juan Cuéllar, with the participation of Alberto Beltrán, Alberto Biesok, Manu Blázquez, Victoria Iranzo, Luciana Novo, Javier Palacios, Sergio Pilan, Nuria Riaza, Juan Sánchez y Toni Signes; as well as Setze & Gaban, by Cazadoras Asociados, with artworks by Joan Verdú, Lukas Ulmi, Rubén Tortosa, Sebastián Nicolau, Bia Santos, Pepe Romero, Manuel Rey Fueyo, Guillermo Peyró Roggen, José Morea, Antonio Girbés, JARR, Antoni Domènech, Enrique Carrazoni, Calo Carratalá, Véronique Bouissière, Julio Bosque and Ximo Amigó.
Thanks to all them it was a pleasure to see the cubic meter mutate with each intervention.
In its new location, and with its team of collaborating artists, a new stage begins.