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Art Madrid’24: General gallery programme
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Art Madrid’24: General gallery programme

Art Madrid'24 returns to the art scene to celebrate its nineteenth edition. From March 6th to 10th, 2024, the Galería de Cristal of the Palacio de Cibeles will become the epicentre where the most innovative and current artistic trends from both national and international scenes will converge.

To celebrate its 19th edition, Art Madrid presents its General Gallery Program as well as exciting news about the Parallel Programme. Both initiatives aim to enrich the presence of an event that has already surpassed its satellite season, establishing itself in each edition as a reference point on the agenda of both the general and specialized public.

Thirty-six national and international galleries are represented in the General Gallery Programme of Art Madrid'24. The proposals, characterized by experimentation and the plurality of aesthetic discourses, will transform the space into an open window to the most cutting-edge artistic trends.

The participating galleries will offer the opportunity to see the production developed by their artists over the past year— a period dedicated to research and experimentation with new aesthetic codes. Throughout the fair, visitors will be able to see how their creative results are redefining the cultural landscape and positioning themselves within the ever-turning wheel of the contemporary art market.

Spanish galleries: a view of the national creation

Twenty-five Spanish galleries will participate in this new edition, two of them for the first time. Continuity and novelty intertwine to show the richness of the Spanish artistic landscape.

CLC ARTE (Valencia) and La Mercería (Valencia) are making their debut as participants in this new edition. Returning to Art Madrid'24 are: 3 Punts (Barcelona), Alba Cabrera (Valencia), Arancha Osoro (Oviedo), Arma Gallery (Madrid), Aurora Vigil-Escalera (Gijón), BAT Alberto Cornejo (Madrid), Bea Villamarín (Gijón), DDR (Madrid), Dr. Robot (Valencia), Espiral (Noja), Flecha (Madrid), Hispánica Contemporánea (Madrid/CDMX), Inéditad Gallery (Barcelona), Kur Art Gallery (San Sebastián), La Aurora (Murcia), Luisa Pita (Santiago de Compostela), Metro (Santiago de Compostela), MoretArt (A Coruña), OOA Gallery (Sitges/London), Pigment Gallery (Barcelona/Paris), Rodrigo Juarranz (Aranda de Duero), Shiras Galería (Valencia), and Uxval Gochez (Barcelona).

International Galleries: an expanding dialogue

The cultural dialogue will be present with the participation of eleven prominent international galleries. Five of them join the fair for the first time, enriching the experience with new proposals and perspectives. The galleries that continue to support Art Madrid'24 are: Collage Habana (La Habana, Cuba), Galleria Stefano Forni (Bologna, Italy), Nuno Sacramento Arte Contemporânea (Ílhavo, Portugal), Sâo Mamede (Lisbon, Portugal), Trema Arte Contemporânea (Lisbon, Portugal), and Yiri Arts (Taipei, Taiwan).

The new galleries: Banditrazos Gallery (Seoul, South Korea), Galerie One (Strasbourg, France), Gallery Tableau (Seoul, South Korea), Kleur Gallery (Santiago de Chile, Chile), and Loo & Lou Gallery (Paris, France), will bring a fresh and diverse perspective to Art Madrid as an international meeting point.

The Parallel Programme of Art Madrid'24 will feature a wide range of activities and initiatives that will take place in the lead-up to the event and during the days of the 19th editionof the fair in its usual location at the Galería de Cristal of the Palacio de Cibeles. During its 19th edition, Art Madrid renews its commitment to the cultural ecosystem. Aware of its transcendence as a reference event within the sector, it offers an edition tailored to new artistic languages and committed to society, all practices in which the creative spirit of its organization is recognized.

Art Madrid'24 returns with the vitality of its first editions, accompanying growing art and structuring an open and transversal fair proposal that highlights the most relevant issues of our context.

On the cover: Photo by Coke Riera

Soure: Art Madrid