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Art Madrid (Spain)

Art Madrid is a contemporary art fair organized by the company Arte y Asociados in Madrid since the year 2006 and that agrees in the time with ARCO (the International Fair of Contemporary Art). In terms of number of galleries, it is the second largest contemporary art fair in Spain.[1]

In its third annual event, Art Madrid 80 galleries of modern art and contemporary art were present - 59 of them from Spain and 21 international.

In 2007 23,000 visitors and 20 million Euros in sales were surpassed.

Arte y Asociados, Art Madrid's organizing company, is launching the first edition of FIART Valencia, the "International Fair of Modern and Contemporary Art of Valencia". The fairgrounds will include 4,000 square meters of exhibition space and a projection of 50 participating galleries.

FIART Valencia will be held from September 25 to October 1, 2008, at the Feria de Valencia pavilions, coinciding with Habitat Valencia Forward, an event that includes the International Furniture Fair of Valencia and the International Decoration Fair which, in the last edition, received more than 80.000 professional visitors.

Galleries in Art Madrid 2008

  • A. Cortina - Barcelona
  • Ab - Antoni Botey - Barcelona
  • Alba Cabrera - Valencia
  • Aleph - Ciudad Real
  • Alexandra Irigoyen - Madrid
  • Angel Guido Art Project - Argentina
  • Anquins - Reus
  • Antonio Prátes - Portugal
  • Art Lounge - Portugal
  • Arte & Arte Gallery - Madrid
  • Arte Privado - Argentina
  • Artetrece - Madrid
  • Atelier - Barcelona
  • La Aurora - Murcia
  • Barcelona - Barcelona
  • Bat Alberto Cornejo- Madrid
  • Beaux Arts Gallery – Miami (EE.UU.)
  • Benlliure - Valencia
  • Bennassar - Baleares
  • Carlos Teixidó - Barcelona
  • Carme Espinet - Barcelona
  • Carmen Del Campo - Córdoba
  • Clave - Murcia
  • Comosmoarte - Alicante
  • Cordeiros Galería - Portugal
  • Cornión - Asturias
  • Del Cisne - Madrid
  • Del Palau - Valencia
  • El Museo - Colombia
  • Felisa Navarro - Álava
  • Flecha - Madrid
  • Francesc Llopis - Barcelona
  • Friends Art - Barcelona
  • Gabriel Vanrell - Baleares
  • Galiano - Cuba
  • Gallery Bandi - Corea
  • Gallery Lazar Vujic - Eslovenia
  • Giart - Girona
  • Gómez Turu Gallery - Barcelona
  • Hispánica - Madrid
  • Jordi Pascual - Barcelona
  • Katuin - Holanda
  • Levy - Alemania
  • Lina Davidov - Francia
  • Lorenart - Madrid
  • Luis Burgos - Madrid
  • Manel Mayoral - Barcelona
  • Maneu - Baleares
  • Marges U - Girona
  • Marimón - Baleares
  • Marita Segovia - Madrid
  • Michael Schmalfuss - Alemania
  • Mikel Armendia - Navarra
  • Mito - Barcelona
  • Múltiple - Madrid
  • Muro - Valencia
  • Nave Del Arte - Madrid
  • Paloma Larroy - Madrid
  • Perve - Portugal
  • Pilares - Cuenca
  • Praxis - Nueva York (EE.UU.)
  • Preciado Fine Art – Miami (EE.UU.)
  • Principal Art - Barcelona
  • Punto - Valencia
  • El Quatre - Barcelona
  • Rafael Lozano - Madrid
  • Raiña Lupa - Barcelona
  • Rayuela - Madrid
  • Rita Castellote - Madrid
  • Rosalía Sender - Valencia
  • Sao Mamede - Portugal
  • Sen - Madrid
  • Servando - Cuba
  • Set Espai Dart - Alicante
  • Tizas - Madrid
  • Toulouse – Rio de Janeiro (Brasil)
  • Trazos Gallery - Canadá
  • Tres Punts - Barcelona
  • Vali30 - Valencia
  • Xanon - Bilbao

References

  1. ^ ArtDaily. "Art Madrid is Second Largest Spanish Contemporary Art Fair in Terms of Number of Galleries". Retrieved 1 March 2013. 

External links

  • s official web pageArt Madrid'
  • ArtVista - International Art Fairs Calendar
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