WARSAW GALLERIES


Raster Gallery

Raster Gallery
Wspólna 63. 00-687 War­szawa. Poland/ 48 784 588 854/  en.rastergallery.com

Raster Gallery is among the pioneers and leaders of the Central European contemporary art market, and one of the world’s most recognizable galleries from Poland. For over ten years the gallery has maintained a significant presence on the international art scene, cooperating with the most significant institutions and collections, representing accomplished artists from Poland and abroad, taking part in major art fairs. Open: Tue-Sat, 12 am - 6pm.

 
 
Galeria Atak

Galeria aTAK
ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 16/18. 00-325 Warszawa/ 488.265.055/ atak.art.pl

The aTAK Gallery opened on March 30, 2007. It is located in spacious premises on the first floor at 16/18 Krakowskie Przedmieście in Warsaw. The aTAK Gallery belongs to the Polish Modern Art Foundation which finances its activities from the Krzysztof Musial fund. aTAK Gallery ambition is to promote contemporary Polish artists. The aTAK Gallery is also a window on the world for Krzysztof Musial's collection of Polish art and annual plein-air painting workshops he runs for Polish artists in Southern Europe. Moreover, the aTAK Gallery organises book promotions, concerts, meetings and discussions about art... Open: Tuesday: 11 am - 6 pm; Thursday: 11 am - 6 pm; Saturday: 11 am - 4 pm.

 
 
Lokal 30

Lokal_30
ul. Wilcza 29a/12. 00-544 Warszawa (PL)/ 4860.8290.996/  lokal30.pl

2005-2012 lokal_30 was operating in a small, centrally located apartment with a unique and homely atmosphere. lokal_30 is to serve art, artists and give rise to new projects of all kinds: one-off events, works-in-progress, performances, actions, socially-engaged initiatives, meetings and debates. As a gallery, lokal_30 concentrates most of its exhibition and promotion efforts on video works, with a mission to provide the best possible conditions for contact with and reflection on contemporary video art, as well as debates with the artistsOpen: Wed-Fri, 12 am – 6 pm; Saturday 11 am – 3 pm.

 
 

Galeria Art
Krakowskie Przedmieście 17, 00-071 Warszawa, Poland/ 4822.828.5170/ galeriaart.pl

Galeria Art – part of the Warsaw Department of the Association of Polish Artists and Designers – has been operating since 1963 and for the last 20 years managed by Wojciech Tuleya, an art historian. In Galeria Art painting is doing just fine and art dealers present works by both recognised artists and debutants, who are often still students of art academies, caring about their development and working comfort, and organising exhibitions. Galeria Art is a sensational rarity in the world of galleries, a pillar and a flagship of the Warsaw Department of the Association of Polish Artists and Designers. Open: Mon-Fri, 1 pm - 7 pm; Saturday, 1 pm- 5 pm.

 
 

Foksal Gallery
Foksal 1/4, 00-950 Warszawa, Poland/ 4822.827.6243/ www.galeriafoksal.pl

Foksal Gallery was founded in 1966. The idea of founding a gallery with a focus on searching out and highlighting radical approaches to contemporary art, was developed by art critics. The gallery promotes young artists and consolidates works by the older generations. Favouring individual artists over artistic trends, it ensures artistic freedom and the possibility of full personal development. Open: Mon-Wed, 12 am- 6 pm; Friday, 12 am - 6 pm; Thursday, 12 am - 7 pm.
 

 
 

Galeria m2
Oleandrów 6 , 00-629 Warszawa, Poland/ 4869.5678.863/ m2.art.pl

Young artists take center stage at the m2 (m squared) gallery, home to both talented students and established young professionals. This ethos translates onto m2’s other activities. It seeks to represent emerging Polish art not only nationally, but also on an international level by cooperating with galleries abroad. With an intense and varied schedule, Galeria m2 exhibits exciting new work every couple of months.
 

 
 

Galeria Le Guern
8 Widok street, 00-023 Warsaw, Poland/ 4822.690.6969/ www.gallery.leguern.pl

Le Guern Gallery is a contemporary art gallery which focuses on exhibiting the work of emerging artists from Polish and international art scene. Presenting some of the most challenging contemporary artists, as well as supporting young local artists, the gallery shapes its profile with reference to the current visual manifestations. The gallery’s space is opened to various artistic positions. The program covers the range and diversity of contemporary art. The artists represented by the gallery work with variety of media such as photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, object, film, video art as well as performance art. Open: Tue–Fri: 12 am–6 pm; Sat: 11 am–4 pm.
 

 
 

Propaganda Galeria
ul. Foksal 11, 00-372 Warszawa, Poland/ 4822.670.1202/ galeriapropaganda.com

Since 2011 Propaganda featured numerous exhibitions, artists, projects and ideas that shaped what it is today. Open: Mon-Sat, 12 am – 6 pm.
 

 
 

Galeria Karowa
ul. Karowa, Wiadukt S. Markiewicza, 00-315 Warszawa, Poland/ 4860.1225.076/ galeriakarowa.pl

Karowa Gallery was founded in 1998. It is located in adapted arcade of centenary overpass designed by Stefan Szyller. The Gallery have opened its doors with an exhibition of paintings by Jaroslaw Modzelewski, one of the most important polish artists of 1980ies and the cofounder of legendary “Gruppa” art group.Karowa Gallery presents various movements in modern art. It focuses on paintings and graphics but it does not close on other areas of expression. Open: Tuesday-Friday, 11 am-6 pm.
 

 
 
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Galeria Sztuki Katarzyny Napiórkowskiej
ul. Świętokrzyska 32, Warszawa, Poland/ 4822.652.1177/ www.napiorkowska.pl

Katarzyna Napiórkowska Art Gallery was established as one of the first private galleries in Poland. It has showrooms exhibition in Warsaw, Poznan and Brussels. In 2015, Katarzyna Napiórkowska Art Gallery has been awarded the prestigious title of Ambassador of the Polish Economy in the European Brand category awarded by Business Center Club in cooperation with the Ministry of Economy. Gallery more than 25 years presents contemporary easel painting, graphics, drawing and sculpture. Open: Mon-Fri, 11 am - 7 pm; Saturday: 11 am -3 pm.