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Madrid Galleries

The Spanish capital of Madrid city is extremely beautiful and diverse in terms of culture and tradition in all of Europe. Spanish history dates back to powerful rulers, and their heritage and history are seen beautifully preserved in the city's various art galleries and museums.

Many art galleries are quite popular landmarks around the city and display famous works like paintings and sculptures by well-known artists both locally and internationally. Get a chance to check out some interesting things to do, visit some of the galleries on the list and be prepared to be amazed.

Mad is Mad
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Mad is Mad

Mad is Mad is a new concept in the otherwise traditional sense of a gallery in Madrid city. The gallery is a space for contemporary creation and showcases how artists and people can sometimes see the world as MAD. It is characterized by the plurality of concepts and formats and focuses heavily on words like imaginative, open, cosmopolitan, bright and a little crazy when displaying and selecting any of their artwork.

Address: Pelayo, 48 Madrid, Spain.
Tel.: +34 913 91 43 11

Mondo Galeria
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Mondo Galeria

The Mondo Galeri­a is located in the well-established neighbourhood of Chueca. Compared to the other galleries, this one focuses mainly on photography and design. The gallery is well-lit, spacious and well-organised, displaying a wide variety of works from well-known as well as upcoming artists. It showcases the fresh approach and harmony in art, that is widely appreciated by locals and visitors travelling in the area.

Address: Calle San Lucas, 5, 28004 Madrid, Spain.
Tel.: +34 913 08 23 25

Travesía Cuatro
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Travesía Cuatro

Founded by Silvia Ortiz and Inés López-Quesada in 2003, Travesía Cuatro is an art gallery of Madrid city. It has been known to welcome mid-level international and emerging artists and is an excellent place to display the art. In recent years, the gallery has been focused on building bridges between the European and Latin-American art scenes. There have also been several group shows organised within the gallery to help educate and cultivate local and international talent.

Address: Calle de San Mateo, 16, 28004 Madrid, Spain.
Tel.: +34 913 10 00 98

Cava Baja Gallery
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Cava Baja Gallery

The Cava Baja Gallery is located in one of the most popular neighbourhoods of Madrid that invites in a bunch of tourists and visitors, La Latina. Founded in 2016, this modern gallery exhibits the artwork of several well established Spanish artists. Most of these artists are also from Madrid and have worked on paintings, photography, sculpture, watercolour and many mediums like Alfredo Roldán, Belén Elorrieta, Juan del Pozo, Ninoska de Gracia, Goyo Domínguez and also Fabio Hurtado.

Address: Cava Baja 27 28005 Madrid, spain.
Tel.: +34 918 25 80 07

Galería Elvira González
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Galería Elvira González

Taken after his name, the Elvira González was founded in February 1994 and specialised in 20th and 21st-century art. The gallery mainly focused on European and American artists and their work during the time. Since its inception, the gallery has works of artists like Miquel Barceló, Olafur Eliasson, Robert Irwin Chema Madoz or Robert Mapplethorpe and even displayed important exhibitions of Picasso and Women in 1996 and Alexander Calder in 2011. With about 500 sq.m large area, the new space of the gallery has space for three large exhibitions halls.

Address: C/ Hermanos Álvarez Quintero, 1 Madrid, Spain.
Tel.: +34 913 19 59 00

Rafael Pérez Hernando
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Rafael Pérez Hernando

The Rafael Pérez Hernando gallery started in 1996 in a basement in central Madrid. After years of popularity has a creative space for artists to showcase their talent, this electic gallery later moved to Calle Orellana 18. Emerging artists, non-traditional artists are given strong preference and encouraged to share their work. There is usually a strict selection process the artist has to go through. The gallery not only supports emerging talent but also well-established painters.

Address: Calle Orellana, 18 - 28004 Madrid, Spain.
Tel.: +34 912 97 64 80

Matadero Madrid
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Matadero Madrid

Matadero Madrid was formerly a slaughterhouse in Madrid city in the Arganzuela district. It has now been converted into a lively arts centre and is in complete contrast to the environment it once had. It is a lively space that facilitates the creative process and culture. The redeveloped space is now a large and flexible theatrical complex that has a number of spaces such as - Intermediae, Plaza y Calle Matadero, Cineteca, Central de Diseño, Casa del Lector, Abierto X Obras and lastly the Naves Matadero.

Address: Paseo de la Chopera, 10, 28045 Madrid, Spain.
Tel.: +34 913 18 46 70

Casa de America
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Casa de America

Casa de América is a popular cultural institution in Madrid city. It is located in the vicinity of the Palacio de Linares in the Art Walk. The centre organises all sorts of cultural activities and theme shows that promote contact with the Latin American people and the country of Spain. The pristine white limestone is the work of Carlos Colubí, Adolf Ombrecht and Manuel Aníbal Álvarez. The interiors are rich in furniture and include a variety of international origins including crystal from Antwerp and carpets from the Royal Tapestry Factory.

Address: Plaza de la Cibeles, s / n, 28014 Madrid, spain.
Tel.: +34 915 95 48 00