If the month of March was any indicator of how exciting Spring – and the rest of 2017 – will be regarding art exhibitions, events and festivals, we are in for one memorable season. Not that the Winter didn’t bring any remarkable shows, but we can all probably agree that Spring is the one which brings out that special creative energy in all of us, especially all the talented artists out there. What’s for sure is that our schedules are filled with fairs, exhibitions, projects and initiatives, and we couldn’t be happier to share them with our audience on a daily basis. Looking at the month behind us, the galleries in our ever-expanding gallery network surely earned their spot on our list below, as they offer a little something for everyone, and their shows are still on view for you to see and enjoy!
Scroll down to check out your favorite galleries of March 2017.
Urban Spree - Berlin's Gem
One of the most important art venues of the German capital, Urban Spree Galerie never fails to surprise us with incredible shows and initiatives. On view through April 22nd is the solo show of KID CASH, whom we also had the pleasure of interviewing regarding his new works on view, as well as wall painting and wood-cutting at the gallery. If you’re around Berlin, make sure you stop by and check it out!
Corey Helford Gallery - New Shows Every Four Weeks
After nine years in Culver City, Corey Helford Gallery re-located in December 2015 to a robust 12,000 sq. ft. building in Downtown Los Angeles. Yet, their spectacular exhibitions program hasn’t changed; in fact, on display as we speak are two great shows go two even greater artists – Okuda San Miguel and Richard J. Oliver, both presenting their latest collections of work. These shows will stay on view through April 29th and are not to be missed!
Imitate Modern - Urban Contemporary Art Gallery with a Difference
If you stop by Imitate Modern in London as we speak, you’ll catch Registered Trademarks, an interesting and thought-provoking show by the young Luc Waring. That the gallery surely is never boring shows the upcoming exhibition titled David Bowie Unseen which already catches our attention, but clears every doubt on whether we should go visit it through the fact it will show photographs by British photographer Tony McGee. Stay tuned for more info!
Addicted Art Gallery - Connecting you to Art in a Posh-less Way
Addicted is an online art gallery founded by an Australian “Mr” (Blair) and “Mrs” (Elena) living in the buzzing metropolis that is Singapore. Covering poster, urban and contemporary art, the platform is also dedicated to the promotion of up-and-coming and established talent, such as Nicole Pon Horvath, whom we recently interviewed, as well as other artists spanning different media, ideas, styles and techniques. Make sure you follow us for the upcoming interview with another one of their creatives!
Fousion Gallery - Barcelona's Finest
After a successful stay in Madrid during Urvanity urban art fair, Barcelona’s Fousion Gallery turned to organizing yet another solo exhibition; this time dedicated to Uriginal, aka Uri Martinez. On display through April 25th, the show includes pieces which mix historical masterpieces and popular imagery, bringing to life famous subjects of iconic paintings through a kaleidoscopic geometric patterns. We are looking forward to whatever comes next at their space!
30works Galerie - With a Second Space in Cologne
On March 18th, 30works Galerie opened their second exhibition space in the city of Cologne, located in the trendy Belgian Quarter in the center. These new rooms aim to present Pop and Urban Art in new orientations and contexts, while the “old” space will continue the good work of great shows, such as the one by Thomas Baumgärtel dealing with the concept and meaning of bridges in today’s society. Don’t miss it!
MAGMA Gallery - An Italian Force to be Reckoned With
After the great project by Tellas and Ciredz, whose closing date was prolonged through March 25th, Bologna’s MAGMA Gallery is now ready to host yet another amazing show. This time, their space is dedicated to three artists – Aris, Martina Merlini and Nelio, who will exhibit their works in a single exhibition under the name Endless. Opening on April 22nd, the showcase will stay on view through June 24th, which leaves us enough time to pay them a visit!
GraffitiStreet - Urbanize Your World
Avid collectors for many years, the people behind GraffitiStreet wanted to be more involved with the exciting scene of graffiti and street art. Today, they own a great online store for buying and selling artwork, including one by Banksy, D*Face, EINE, FAILE, Os Gemeos, Shepard Fairey and Space Invader. Let’s not forget their charitable urban art auctions held on the streets of London, aiming to help the homeless.
Kumi Contemporary - Dedicated to Japanese Art
With a strong love of the Japanese art, its history and creatives, Kumi Contemporary is a London-based online platform where one can buy an array of artwork coming from the country. For instance, just recently, they have released the Takashi Murakami prints from the celebrated 727 series, which came shortly after the release of a full set of Takashi Murakami’s superb Flowers Blooming in This World and the Land of Nirvana, 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5, revealed in February.
Galerie Openspace - The Highlight of the Paris Urban Art Scene
Just before heading to Urban Art Fair in Paris, where they will present artists like Jan Kaláb, SatONE and Mode2, Galerie Openspace closes the very-well visited show by Augustine Kofie, who will also jin the roster for the French capital. His Build From Memory exhibition marked his fourth encounter with the gallery, which also revealed the artist will soon announce his foray into the field of sculpture. We can’t help but be excited!