MADRID GALLERIES


TRAVESIA CUATRO
C/ San Mateo 16 28004 Madrid, Spain / 3491.3100.098 / travesiacuatro.com

TRAVESIA CUATRO was founded in 2003 by Silvia Ortiz and Inés López-Quesada as a gallery for emerging and mid-career international artists. In recent years, TRAVESIA CUATRO has focused on building a bridge between Latin American and European art scenes.Open: Tue-Fri, 11am-7pm & Saturday: 11am-2:30pm.

 
 
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Galería Elba Benítez
San Lorenzo 11 28004 Madrid, Spain / 3491.3080.468 / elbabenitez.com

Since its opening in 1990, the Galería Elba Benitez has covered the broad spectrum of support of contemporary artistic production (sculpture, painting, photography, video, installations site-specific , performance , collective actions). During these years, the gallery has strived to explore other channels of artistic expression formed by the interaction of art with other disciplines such as architecture, cinema, tourism, urbanism and the production of projects for public spaces. Above all, the Elba Benítez Gallery maintains its firm commitment to the ability of contemporary art to change with current times. Open: Tue-Sat, 11am–7pm.

 

 

       
       

      Galeria Gaudi
      Calle de García de Paredes, 76, 28010 Madrid, Spain/ 3491.7020.336/ galeriagaudi.net

      The Art Gallery Gaudí was inaugurated in 1985. At the beginning it maintains a fundamentally figurative line, but in the last years it has acquired work of different styles opening itself up to the field of sculpture and photography, always looking for an interesting quality in the exhibitions that it presents. Over the last ten years it has gained a significant presence in major international art fairs in Europe, such as Lineart , Art Karlsruhe , AAF and Knocke to name a few.Open: Thu-Fri, 10am- 2pm; Saturday 11am - 2pm.

       
       

      Galeria Bat Alberto Cornejo
      Calle de María de Guzmán, 61, 28003 Madrid, Spain/ 3491.5544.920/ galeriabat.com

      Galería BAT works with an eclectic concept combining exhibits of well-known and budding artists in multiple disciplines such as painting, sculpture, photography and work on paper. The gallery has participated in contemporary art fairs: ARCO, Art Basel, Art Chicago, Estampa, Saga París, Arte Lisboa, Arte Santander and Art Madrid of which it is a founding member. Open: Thu-Fri, 10.30am - 2pm & 5.30pm - 8pm; Saturday 11am - 2pm.
       

       
       

      Galería Cayón
      Calle Blanca de Navarra, 7, 28010 Madrid, Spain/ 3491.3106.289/ galeriacayon.com

      Galería Cayón was founded in December, 2005. The widely acclaimed historic and thematic exhibitions “Diagonal” and “Actual Size” followed. Galería Cayón works with living artists and artist’s estates as well as material from the secondary market. One of the particular strengths of the Galería Cayón has been an emphasis on spacial relationships in art, always an avenue of investigation for artists. Open: Mon-Fri, 11:30am-7:30pm; Saturdays, 11am-2pm, and by appointment.

       
       

      Galería de arte Herraiz
      Calle de Don Ramón de la Cruz, 27, 28001 Madrid, Spain/ 3491.5763.131/ galeriaherraiz.com

      HERRAIZ GALLERY has been working for three decades offering contemporary painting exhibitions of the most relevant artists on the national scene. The gallery was founded in 1985 and since then there have been monthly exhibitions of both young talents and well-known painters.Open: Mon-Fri: 11am-2pm & 5pm-8:30pm; Saturday 11am-2pm.

       
       

      Galería Marlborough
      Calle de Orfila, 5, 28010 Madrid, Spain/ 3491.3191.414/ galeriamarlborough.com 

      Marlborough was founded in London in 1946 by Frank Lloyd and Harry Fisher. It is followed by the New York gallery, created in 1962. Tokyo and Madrid opened in 1962 and 1989 respectively. Since then, new galleries and venues have been inaugurated in Chile, Florida, Chelsea and Barcelona. Marlborough is dedicated to two types of activities: acquisition and sale of old paint, painting and sculpture Of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and the representation of a large group of contemporary artists from Europe, the United States, South America and Asia. Open: daily, 11am-19pm.

       
       

      Galeria Kreisler
      Calle de Hermosilla, 8, 28001 Madrid, Spain/ 34 915 76 16 64/ galeriakreisler.com

      The Kreisler Gallery was founded in Madrid in 1965, opening other sites later in the cities of New York (1970-1975), Barcelona (1979-2002) and Miami (1993-1995). During these years, the Gallery has worked with the best Spanish and foreign artists all of whom are represented in various national museums and that today enjoy a great international prestige. Throughout the year is a monthly program of exhibitions and catalogues of each one of them is edited. The Gallery also has other activities, such as the organisation of exhibitions in collaboration with other galleries and museums inside and outside of Spain. Open: Thu-Fri, 10:30am - 2pm & 5:30pm - 8pm; Saturday 11am - 2pm.

       
       

      Galería Juana de Aizpuru
      Calle del Barquillo, 44, 28004 Madrid, Spain/ 3491.3105.561/ juanadeaizpuru.es

      Juana de Aizpuru Gallery opened in Seville in 1970, on the number 10 of Canalejas Street. Later, in 1986, the gallery was moved to Zaragoza 26, getting installed in an old sevilian three-story house. The headquarters in Madrid opened in 1983, on the street Barquillo, number 44, where the gallery remains to this date. In the year 2004 we closed our sevilian space. Open: Monday, 16:30-20:30h Tue-Sat, 10:30-20:30.

       
       

      Galería de Arte David Bardía
      Calle de Villanueva, 40, 28001 Madrid, Spain/ 3491.7810.759/ davidbardia.com

      Galería de Arte David Bardía is gallery of art in Madrid with all the current in artistic tendencies of painting and sculpture. The Art Gallery David Bardia, physically located on the street Villanueva, 40 Madrid, presents a new project to promote great artists. In order to accommodate many artists with great talent, Art Gallery David Bardia has created a gallery of online art in which to expose virtually and each year, the best artists of the web will be evaluated by expert committee to make a physical exhibition in gallery headquarters.Open: Mon-Fri, 10:30am–2pm & 5pm–9pm; Saturday, 10:30am–2:30pm.

       
       

      Galeria de Arte Puerta de Alcalá
      Calle de Alcalá, 67, 28014 Madrid, Spain/ 3491.5765.277/ galeriapuertadealcala.com

      The art hall Puerta de Alcalá was founded in 1978 in the prestigious street of Alcalá and has gone from being a young art room to a gallery of reference and prestige at national and international level. During all these years, innumerable authors have passed, which have left a reputation, from novel authors to great consecrated authors, that few rooms of art are able to surpass in these moments. Open: daily, 10:30am - 2pm, 5pm-8:30pm.

       
       

      Zuccaro
      Calle de Hermosilla, 38, 28001 Madrid, Spain/ 3491.4315.423/ galeriazuccaro.com

      Zuccaro has been working for three decades offering contemporary painting exhibitions of the most relevant artists on the national sceneOpen: Mon-Fri, 11:30am-2:30pm & 17.30-21; Saturday 17:30pm-21pm.