Art Galleries You Liked the Most in August

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  • BC Gallery
  • Magma Gellery
  • Hang up gallery

The summer hiatus is coming to an end. Even though the gallery scene slows down during the summer, these past months were not inactive. As we look behind at the last 30 days, there was still a good selection of exhibitions, summer group shows and galleries that did their best to stay active despite the heat. We are glad that many of these galleries are part of our database and that we can present our readers with their latest exhibitions and activities. We are about to dive into the fall art season and a plethora of new exhibitions, art fairs, and auctions that it will bring. But before that, let’s take a look at the month behind us and galleries that you loved the most in August!

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me Collectors Room Berlin - The Room of Wonders

A platform for international private art collections and their presentation in Berlin, me Collectors Room Berlin is a home for the Olbricht Collection that features works from the Renaissance up to the present day. The space is regularly shared with other international collectors who can present their pieces to the public in broadly themed group shows. The highlight of the space is the Wunderkammer Olbricht that features more than 200 valuable objects from the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Unlike any other traditional gallery or a museum, me Collectors Room is a private space that provides a personal and a unique experience for collectors, curators and art enthusiasts.

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GraffitiStreetDotCom - An Online Home for Urban Art

An online art gallery, GraffitiStreet is an established 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. Focused on the rebellious art and the one with the attitude, the gallery offers a comprehensive collection featuring the most prominent names in the world of street art. Their roster includes 3F, Ador, Art Is Trash, Axel Void, Ben Eine, Bisser, Bon, Bordalo II and Borondo, among others.

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