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Welcome

Designing America: Spain’s Imprint in the U.S. has been organized by the Fundación Consejo España - Estados Unidos in partnership with Biblioteca Nacional de España and Houston Public Library. The exhibition, curated by Juan Miguel Hernandez León -Director of the Cultural Landscape Research Group (GIPC-UPM)- aims to present a novel and distinct perspective on the Spanish presence in the United States.

Virtual tour

Virtual tour

Fundación

Fundación

Contents

Contents

Where we are

Where we are

Exhibition

Designing America: Spain’s Imprint in the U.S. displays the important contributions that Spain has made to the construction of the U.S. territory, land- scape and cities, from the first settlements to present day. Visitors are enlightened to the historical, political and cultural events that have marked the course of 500 years of common history: a footprint still visible on North American soil.

Contact

Houston Public Library. Julia Ideson Building
550 McKinney St., 77002
Houston, TX 770022801
Tel. 832-393-1313
www.designing-america.com
www.houstonlibrary.org/exhibits