At the end of every month, we present the list of the most popular galleries as chosen by our readers. September was a very interesting and vivid month; after the summer break and holidays, the contemporary art machine is back with dozens of amazing exhibitions taking place, with big fairs and renowned auctions. As we look behind at the last 30 days, we see a big number of amazing shows that we wrote about, many of them still on view, so be sure to check them out! We are diving into the fall art season, more and more exhibitions will be organized, so be sure to regularly visit our galleries database page, where you can find articles about all the ongoing and upcoming shows.
Robert Fontaine Gallery - From Emerging to Master Artists
One of Miami’s most popular galleries, Robert Fontaine Gallery regularly appears on the Widewalls’ list of the most popular galleries. This art space provides a platform for emerging, mid-career, established and master artists ranging in historical scope from the origins of Post War to the most current evolutions of digital media, conceptual installation and urban interventionist. Apart from great exhibitions that organizes, Robert Fontaine Gallery also regularly participates at number of important art fairs.
Urban Spree - Berlin Art at its Finest
Berlin-based Urban Spree Gallery seems to be more active than ever before. Only in September, Urban Spree participated at Berliner Liste fair, and it also organized the exhibition of Polish artist Mikolaj Rejs at the Galerie’s Ecke space. Located at the very center of the Germany’s capital city, this gallery promotes a grassroots artistic approach, working closely with street and graffiti artists, urban photographers and contemporary artists.
GraffitiStreet - Online Platform for Urban Art
GraffitiStreet is an online gallery serving as leading urban art store bringing you some of the world’s best street art. A premier place for a collector looking to expand their urban art collection, the gallery is completely immersed in the world of graffiti and contemporary art created in the public space. The GraffitiStreet focuses on the most rebellious expressions of street and urban art and their roster includes some of the most renowned names of urban art scene.
Galerie Urbaine - Urban Art Gallery in the Hearth of France
Located in the town of Uzes, in south France, Galerie Urbaine is dedicated to promoting street and urban art. But, it’s also dedicated to other contemporary art movements. Among the artists the gallery represents are: ARDPG, Barros Melvyn, C215, Jean-Michel CAVALLI, Robert COMBAS, Dada Wa and many others.
Kunzt Gallery - One of the Europe's Longest Existing Online Galleries
Kunzt was founded in 2005, by Kris Ghesquière. At first, it was a company dedicated to promoting, showing and selling art by international artists globally. Kunzt Gallery is one of Europe’s longest-existing online galleries. Cherishing the quality and authenticity of each work, this Miami-based gallery presents art in a way that serves the most experienced art collectors and curators, as well as the new and amateur art enthusiasts.
Addicted Art Gallery - Connecting People and Art
Addicted Art Gallery is an online gallery founded in 2015 by Elena and Blair Thompson who live in Singapore. Widewalls had an honor to interview Elena and Blair few months ago when they spoke about the development of the gallery. Addicted Art Gallery offers a comprehensive online art experience. Aiming to connect people to art in a friendly, posh-less, non-highbrow kind of way, their collection encompasses different types of art divided into three broad categories. Their diverse portfolio includes Contemporary Art with a focus on South East Asian art, Urban and Pop Art featuring established artists, and Vintage Posters and Art Deco inspired works that take the viewer on a journey to a different time.
BC Gallery - Berlin's Urban Art Space
Founded in 2013 by Nick Bargezi, the Berlin-based BC Gallery is well established in the high-end urban and contemporary art market. Presenting a wide range of internationally renowned and upcoming contemporary artists, the gallery aims to provide both artists and collectors with a reliable and sustainable platform. All those who are in or around Berlin have a great opportunity to visit the exhibition of Fabio D’Aroma entitled Line-Breeding that is on view until October 22, 2016.
Corey Helford Gallery - New Contemporary Art
Established in 2006 by Jan Corey Helford and her husband Bruce Helford, Corey Helford Gallery has evolved into one of the premier galleries dedicated to new contemporary art. The gallery supports and promotes young and emerging artists, but also the well-known and established ones. The gallery recently celebrated its tenth anniversary, and has announced an amazing program for October.
MAGMA Gallery - Improving Relationships Between Artists and Major Art Players
MAGMA Gallery was founded in 2016 in Bologna, Italy. It exhibits internationally renowned and emerging contemporary artists. Employing a research-based approach, the gallery is always on top of the most innovative trends within the ever-changing art market. The goal of the gallery is to improve relationships between artists and all major art players such as institutions, curators and collectors.
Artemisia Gallery - The Most Popular Gallery in September!
The most popular gallery in September, as chosen by our readers, is Artemisia Gallery. Regularly appearing on out month lists, Artemisia is a contemporary art space located in New York City which promotes a wide selection of international contemporary artists. The space is a regular participant at various art fairs, while its exhibitions are well-curated and innovative. The gallery exhibits painting, sculpture, objects and even urban art.