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.