10 Galleries You Loved During the Month of October!

November 2, 2015

As we reach the peak of the fall season, the time has come to take a look what are the galleries Widewalls readers loved during the month of October. We had dozens of amazing exhibitions openings in October, and it is difficult even to try to mention only one or two, since almost all of them were simply amazing. Apart from great exhibitions galleries organized, we had a number of art fairs this month. Many galleries we are covering participated at these art fairs, presenting their artists and artworks. All in all, it was a great month.

As usual, many of our readers came on our website to check out what art events are being organized in all those great galleries whose work we are covering. So, we are presenting you 10 galleries that were most visited at Widewalls in October.

Ministry of Walls Cologne - Again Number One

The first gallery on our list is Ministry of Walls. As in September, the profile of this amazing gallery on our website had the biggest number of visitors. We recently wrote about perfect freaky artworks for the Halloween, and we mentioned D*Face screen print Cli-Che that was found at Ministry of Walls. Based in Cologne and Miami, this gallery is interested in street art and in Pop Art as well.

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