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The most interesting art galleries in Madrid

Madrid is, without a doubt, one of the most cosmopolitan capitals in Europe. Therefore, it is not surprising that there are plenty of art galleries abound. Due to the large number of galleries in the city, we will only mention the most interesting ones so you can decide which to visit first. 

Heinrich Ehrhardt Art Gallery

This is an art gallery that firmly believes in the emerging authors. It is located at number 11 San Lorenzo Street, in the centre of the capital. It was founded in 1980, although between 1985 and 1998 it moved its headquarters to Frankfurt, Germany. Fortunately, thanks to its return to Madrid, it is now possible to see the wonderful collections of artists such as André Butzer and Julia Spínola.

Casado Santapau Gallery

This gallery has been characterised by modernity and audacity since it was first opened. In fact, walking through its aisles reveals the minimalist, monochrome and geometric works, to which we should add creations that focus on conceptual art. It mainly exhibits international collections and is located at No. 10 Piedmont Street.

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Elvira González Gallery

Elvira González is a gallery that opened its doors in 1994 and since then it has specialised in the works of art from the late twentieth century and the beginning of the 21st century. In fact, it focuses on post Second World War American and European art. It displays the works of internationally renowned artists like Robert Mapplethorpe, Miquel Barceló and Chema Madoz. It is located at number 3 General Castaños Street.

Parra & Romero Gallery

Art is constantly in search of new languages ​​and communicative channels, which gives a good sample of the exhibitions that take place in the Parra & Romero gallery. Opened in 2004, it has gained importance in the European art scene and even boosted the careers of some of the most important and influential artists such as David Lamelas, Robert Barry and Luis Camnitzer. You can find this gallery at number 14 Claudio Coello Street.

Juana de Aizpuru Gallery

During the last few years, Juana de Aizpuru has become one of capital's most important personalities in the art world. In fact, she was responsible for the launch of the first edition of ARCO. This gallery is an eclectic place that's home to all kinds of artworks and artists from many nationalities. It is located at number 44 Barquillo Street since its arrival to the capital in 1983.

Engel & Völkers

Génova, 27 - 5th floor
28004 Madrid
+34 91 277 45 00

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