If there is an important month in the world of art, that's gotta be November. November is that time of the year when the art world goes crazy, when the biggest auctions are being organized and the biggest amount of money circulates across the globe. Billions of dollars worth of art have changed owners during this November - the whole world was buzzing about what was sold and for what price. So, November has a greater specific weight than the other months, and it is important who has been seen in November. And here's our part of this equation: here are 10 most visited galleries on WideWalls during the month of November.
UNIX Gallery is a contemporary art gallery that was founded in 2008 in Miami, but it had opened another gallery in 2013 in New York. It represents a mix of international emerging and established artists, and it is providing a forum for innovative exhibitions and artistic exchange. During the month of November, two exhibitions were held at UNIX Gallery, Synchronicity and Will Work for Fast Food.
Hang-Up was also founded in 2008. It is an online gallery, with highly collectible street art and limited edition prints. Hang-Up had grown a reputation of a gallery that's been able to discreetly source rare limited edition Banksy prints, and Banksy canvases. In 2010, the gallery launched Hang-Up Contemporary, a second online gallery dealing in contemporary editions, and in 2013 the gallery launched a new site that combines Hang-Up Urban, Hang-Up Contemporary and Hang-Up Gallery into one responsive website. During November, Hang-Up Gallery featured So It Goes…, an exhibition by The Connor Brothers.
Ministry of Walls was the highest visited gallery on Widewalls both in September and October, and in November it is at the third place. Based in Cologne and Miami, this gallery is interested in street art and in Pop Art. Ministry of Walls will participate at SCOPE art fair in Miami Beach, that will be held from December 1st to December 6th.
Artemisia Gallery promotes a pool of French and international artists. It is located in the Chelsea Art District in New York City. This gallery organizes solo, duo and group exhibitions throughout the year. During November, it hosted When Fashion Meets Art show, a group exhibition by French artists.
Weng Contemporary is an online gallery for original prints and fine art editions by world-class Contemporary artists. Weng Contemporary sources its work directly from artists and publishers, assuring authenticity and quality, at transparent and competitive prices. It is located at General-Guisan-Strasse 6, Zug, Switzerland.
BC Gallery was founded in 2013 in Berlin, by Nick Bargezi, a sound designer and art collector from Basel. It is interested in the high-end urban and contemporary art market, and it's main goal is to provide artists and collectors alike with a reliable and sustainable platform. During November, BC Gallery from Berlin featured The Animal Instinct exhibition by Daniel Dalopo and his latest works on canvas and paper.
Robert Fontaine Gallery 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. This gallery will feature Nick Gentry's solo exhibition during X Contemporary fair, that starts on December 1st and it will be open until December 6th. Robert Fontaine will participate at Miami Project art fair as well.
44309 STREET//ART GALLERY is an art gallery and agency, focussing on urban contemporary like street art, graffiti, urban art and contemporary art. The gallery is representing international artists and run between 6 and 8 shows per year. It is located at Dortmund in Germany.