The 9 art works I hope to see at Art Madrid 2021

May 14th, 2021 / by / in: Exquisite experiences / No responses

I hope that I will see Palacio de Cibeles again his year. Especially that some of my favourite artists are back in Madrid with their new art works, at the 16th edition of Art Madrid, now part of Madrid Art Week. Here are the 9 works that I wish I can see, live, at Art Madrid 2021. 

READ HERE about the 2020 edition of Art Madrid and the things I liked. 

Art Madrid – the 16th edition – between 26th – 30th of May – at the Crystal Gallery in Palacio de Cibeles.  

32 galleries and more than 150 national and international artists.

Art Madrid will be part of Madrid Art Weekhttps://www.art-madrid.com.

Held at the very heart of the Spanish capital, the most anticipated reunion with contemporary art has been given a fresh date in the calendar, and its celebration will be the new Madrid Art Week.

The works I liked a lot (and I want to see them live, in Madrid)…

Andrea Torres Balaguer – Lilac, 2021 – photography on paper (Alzueta Gallery, Barcelona)

Diego Benéitez – La luz que entra al alma, 2021 – Oil on board (Rodrigo Juarranz, Aranda de Duero, España)

Andrea Torres Balaguer – Poéme Bleu, 2021 – photography on paper

José Ramón Lozano – Sin título 001, 2021 – Acrylic on canvas (Galería BAT alberto cornejo, Madrid)

Javier Barco – Blue Green 2021 8, 2021 – Oil on board (Galería BAT alberto cornejo, Madrid)

Tatiana Blanqué – Rapsodia para un bosque 4 y 5, 2020 – marker / oil on canvas (Alba Cabrera Gallery, Valencia)

Mareo Rodríguez – Expansion Black on Black II, 2021 – acrylic on canvas (The Art Büro, Barcelona)

Malagosia Jankowska – Pico del Teide in blau, 2021 – watercolours on paper (Víctor Lope Arte Contemporáneo, Barcelona)

Xurxo Gómez-Chao – La vague, 2021 – photography Giclée on paper (Moret Art, A Coruña)

This edition…

…  stands out for its impact on the latest artistic trends, a set of proposals that shine for the increasing quality of their works. Emerging and consolidated creators alike report that their production has been great during the past year, which has provided them with time and space for research and reflection, with creative results that reveal new forms and possibilities in the world of contemporary artistic creation. 

The exhibitors… 

The group of recurrent galleries which faithfully return to the fair with their best proposals: Alba Cabrera and Shiras Gallery in Valencia, La Aurora Gallery in Murcia, Arancha Osoro in Oviedo, Aurora Vigil-Escalera in Gijón, Moret Art in A Coruña, Luisa Pita in Santiago de Compostela, Espiral Gallery in Noja, Rodrigo Juarranz in Aranda de Duero. 3 Punts, Galería Miquel Alzueta, Pigment Gallery and Víctor Lope Arte Contemporáneo from Barcelona, and BAT Alberto Cornejo, Flecha, Hispánica Contemporánea, Jorge Alcolea, Kreisler Gallery, Marita Segovia, Montsequi Gallery and Soraya Cartategui from Madrid. 

The new ones: the incorporation of the Beatriz Bálgoma Gallery in Madrid, the María Aguilar Art Gallery in southern Cádiz and The Art Büro and Inéditad in Barcelona. Helarea gallery is also joining this year and the Out of Africa gallery, from Sitges, will present in Madrid the quality, modernity and diversity of contemporary african art. Plus: Minduz Artèstudija gallery (Lithuania, Kaunas) and, the Iranian Fahm Gallery.

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