The third edition of URVANITY, the only fair in Spain dedicated to New Contemporary Art will be held in LASEDE COAM; the Colegio de Arquitectos de Madrid, during the art week from the 1st until the 3rd of March 2019. Three days during which you can enjoy the different proposals of some of the most representative galleries of this artistic movement.
This year you can enjoy galleries like ADDA&TAXIE (Paris), Affenfaust Galerie (Hamburg), Antonio Colombo (Milano), Cerquone Projects (Caracas), Doppelgaenger (Bari), Durán Online Gallery (Madrid), Fousion Gallery (Barcelona), Galería Balneario (Querétaro), Galería Manuel Ojeda (Las Palmas), Galo Art Gallery (Turin), MAGMA Gallery (Bologna), Martina's Gallery (Giussano), My Name's Lolita Art (Madrid), NextStreet Gallery (Paris), Pantocrator Gallery (Suzhou), RuArts Gallery (Moscú), SC Gallery (Bilbao), StolenSpace Gallery (London), Swinton Gallery (Madrid), The Roger Project (Nueva York), Urban Spree (Berlin), Wunderkammern (Roma/Milán) y Yusto/Giner (Marbella).
Don’t miss it!
Once again, the city of Madrid gets four amazing murals thanks to Urvanity Art 2019, a fair dedicated to promoting New Contemporary Art.
Widewalls had a chat with Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo from BrooklynStreetArt about Urvanity Art's series of talks and much more.
Coming back to Madrid for its third edition, Urvanity 2019 will bring the best of the best of the international New Contemporary Art Movement.
See what Berlin's Urban Spree Galerie has in store for the visitors of Urvanity Art 2019 in Madrid!
This year, Urvanity Art 2019 has converted a simple walk into something absolutely special with urban interventions by five international urban artists.
We talk to the Penique Production collective, who created a divine, red-soaked, custom inflatable installation on the occasion of Urvanity Art 2019.