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Top 10 Galleries in March

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April 3, 2015
Studied Photography at IED in Milan, Italy. Passionate about art, frequent visitor of exhibitions, Widewalls photography specialist and Editor-in-Chief.

It is important for street and urban art to to evolve and have a home in the shape of an urban art gallery. With artworks often disappearing, decaying of being vandalized on the street, these galleries preserve the works and help promote its artists on their way to success. It is an interesting topic that we also discussed with Julien Kolly, founder of Kolly Gallery in Zurich, in our Widewalls Podcast #10. So, whether it’s hosting group or solo exhibitions, an urban art gallery has a big role in expressing the nature of street art, and it is great to see a great number of them do it all around the world, inspiring many others to start developing in their own areas. We have the honor of presenting most of them on Widewalls, in our Galleries section, and these are the top 10 for the month of March, most visited by our readers. Scroll down to check them out!

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Cluster Wall

If you’re looking for exclusive hand pulled, low run, hand embellished screen prints created with the finest materials, make sure you visit Cluster Wall, the new online street and urban art gallery based out of Brooklyn. Last year, the gallery has organized an inaugural group show and released limited edition prints and original works. It included some of the biggest names in art such as Tim Conlon, London Kaye, ELLE, The DRiF!, Okie, Jilly Ballistic and John Paul O’Grodnick. On their website, you can find a variety of prints available for purchase.

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Pretty Portal

The urban art gallery under the name of Pretty Portal was founded in 2007 in Dusseldorf, Germany. Its main focus was always urban contemporary art by both known and fresh talents. Among the shows hosted by Pretty Portal is the latest, Wolfgang Krell exhibition, on display until April 10th, while the previous ones include an eleven-artist show Stencils Only and Urbstractions, featuring Urban Abstract and Graffuturism artists like ETNIK and CHAZME. The gallery also hosted an exhibition by Natalia Rak last year, entitled Through the Looking Glass.