Favorite Art Galleries from Our Network in April
In the last couple of weeks, we have covered dozens (probably, more than hundred) exhibitions that took place all around the world. Although the season of art fairs has started, and despite the fact that we also write features about art market, art history, art collections and other various topics, art exhibitions’ previews still represent a major section of our articles. And, as you can see, we cover activities of galleries from all the continents; there are bigger and smaller ones; those promoting emerging artists, those promoting established ones. All in all, our coverage of galleries’ activities from all around the world is a representative overview of what contemporary and urban art galleries are working on at the moment. At the end of every month, we present the list of 10 most visited galleries on Widewalls. So, scroll down and take a look what galleries were the most popular ones among our readers.
19 Karen Contemporary Artspace - The Star of the Rising Australian Art Market
Australia’s contemporary art scene has been expanding rapidly in the last couple of years. One of the main reasons that led to the increase of the Australian contemporary art market is the fact the number of Australians who are interested in contemporary art (both as collectors and art lovers) has been constantly increasing. One of the art spaces where Australians can enjoy some nice contemporary art is 19 Karen Contemporary Artspace in Marmaid Beach. From May 13, 2016, you can enjoy in a group exhibition titled Happy.
Urban Spree Galerie Berlin - The Promotion of the Urban Culture
If you’re in Berlin, and you like urban art, urban photography, and you want to feel the true spirit of the Berlin urban life, then Urban Spree is a place you should visit. Quite active in promoting local and international urban artists, Urban Spree has evolved into one of the most prominent Berlin’s places for presenting street and urban art. We recently wrote about a great group exhibition with 58 Berlin-based artists that was entitled WHAT THE WEEKEND IS GALLERY.
BC Gallery – A Sustainable Platform for Emerging and Established Artists and Collectors
BC Gallery almost always finds its place in our list of the most visited galleries on Widewalls. Always with interesting program and activities, this art space in Berlin is primarily focused on urban and street art, but also on contemporary art in general. If you are in Berlin, or nearby, be sure not to miss the exhibition of Heiko Zahlmann and Stohead entitled KARAMBOLAGE. It will be on view until May 7.
We Art Partners - Parisian Art Investment Company
We Art Partners is on our list for the first time. This Paris-based company is specialized in art investment, as well as in art asset management. They manage both private and corporate collections. They are also engaged in financing and supporting artists, but also in taking care of logistical issues, such as transport, hanging and insurance of artworks.
Vroom & Varossieau - Amsterdam Urban Contemporary Art
Yes, Amsterdam and the Netherlands have quite vivid urban and street art scene. They also have a number of great exhibiting spaces, one of which is Vroom & Varossieau. So, if you find yourself in Amsterdam, be sure not to miss this place! Until May 15, you can enjoy the exhibition of Laser 3.14 at Vroom & Varossieau. The show is titled Press Here for Some Counterculture.
Galerie Jacob Paulett - Promoting International Neo Pop Art Movement
Galerie Jacob Paulett is a great art platform for promoting The International Neo Pop Art movement. In addition, the Gallery is representing the movement of the Japanese Neo-Pop, “Nippon Neo Pop”. Galerie Jacob Paulett is also identifying emerging artists, and works on promoting their work.
Artemisia Gallery - Christine Jeanquier's Art Space
Artemisia Gallery is New York-based gallery that focuses on French artists, but it also presents international artists. It regularly organizes exhibitions (solo, duo and group exhibitions), and stands as a platform for creators and their works that is visible to the wider circle of art collectors.
OPEN WALLS Gallery - Promoting Public Art
If you like public art, then Berlin-based OPEN WALLS Gallery is a place you should definitely visit. Here, you can always enjoy some nice shows of graffiti art and street and urban art. If you find yourself in Berlin or nearby in the coming days, be sure to visit BR1 exhibition titled The Stranger Arrives with a New Dress. It will be on view until May 28.
Artistics - Online Gallery from Paris
Artistics is a Paris-based online gallery where art lovers and collectors can discover and support selected independent artists from around the world. The gallery’s selection is not limited to one particular style, school or trend but rather favors a whole diversity of approaches as long as they prove to be mature, technically controlled and both pleasing and challenging aesthetically.
Hang-Up Gallery - From Emerging to Established Artists
Hang-Up Gallery is an art space based in London. It started as an online gallery, as a street art website specializing in highly collectible and sought after limited edition prints. Today, it’s far more than that. In 2010, they launched the second online gallery, while today the gallery has a nice space in the vibrant and bohemian neighborhood of Stoke Newington. Be sure not to miss The Connor Brothers’ exhibition titled Wondrous Obsessions: The Art of Collecting. It will be on view until July 3.