What To See at Urvanity Art 2019?
It’s only one day left until Urvanity, the first Spanish Fair dedicated to New Contemporary Art, opens its doors to visitors in LASEDE COAM venue in Madrid. Coming back for its third strong edition, Urvanity 2019 will bring the best New Contemporary Art has to offer, acting as a meeting point for collectors, artists and art enthusiasts.
This year, the fair brings together 24 local and international galleries, both returning and first-participants, coming from Spain, France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, Venezuela, Mexico, China and Russia. The fair will also present solo shows, live mural paintings, site-specific installations, a talks program…
While we await the opening of the show, we bring you a selection of Urvanity Art 2019 booths that are not to be missed!
Featured image: Urvanity Venue, LASEDE COAM. All images courtesy of Urvanity and their respected galleries.
Located in Barcelona in the heart of the historic City Centre, Fousion Gallery is a truly magical place offering a fine selection of Pop Surrealism, Urban & Street Art, Illustrations and Indefinable Art Jewels. Founded by Jasmin Waschl in 2006, the gallery promotes a variety of highly talented and reputed artists.
A regular at the Urvanity art fair, Fousion gallery will bring works by Miss Van, exhibited in a solo presentation titled Musas & Guerreras.
The gallery will also host the [ CYGNUS ] Print Release & Signing with SheOne in Booth 16 on March 1st, from 7 p.m., and a Collectors Meeting Musas y Guerreras with Miss Van in Booth C on March 2nd, from 1 p.m.
Featured image: Mono Cieza – Sunrise Runner, 2019; Miss Van – Guerreras, 2019; Bruno Pontiroli – Le pli de génie, 2018; SheOne – SIGNATURE, 2019; Julia Benz – Natural Wonder, 2018; Will Barras – Drinks Menu, 2019; Dilka Bear – Sköpun, 2019. Courtesy of Fousion Gallery.
An independent contemporary urban art space in the heart of Berlin, Urban Spree has developed a large urban grassroots ecosystem, offering its invited artists an ideal space for experimentation through ambitious on-site residencies. The institution promotes urban cultures through exhibitions, artist residencies, DIY workshops, concerts, an art store and a large Biergarten.
For this edition of Urvanity, the gallery will bring the works by Victor Ash, Marion Jdanoff, Bisco Smith, Anthony Lister, Sicoer, 1UP Crew/Martha Cooper, Hendrik Czakainski, Cpt_Olf, Lars Wunderlich, EVOL and Slicks.
Featured image: Bisco Smith – Journey NAVIGATIONS, 2018. Courtesy of Urban Spree.
Adda and Taxie
A joined venture of Anna Dimitrova and Valériane Mondot, ADDA & TAXIE contributes greatly to the renewal, pertinence and internationalism of the Parisian art scene. The main focus of the gallery is on Street Art Art and Graffiti, but it also welcomes photography, Pop Surrealism and comics.
Featured image: Víctor Castillo – No pasaran, 2018. Courtesy of Adda Taxie.
A cultural diffusion platform, Galeria Balneario is dedicated to supporting contemporary art in Mexico and the world, as well as democratizing art in all its disciplines. The gallery also supports social work and private projects, manages artistic residencies, festivals and buys and sells artwork.
The gallery will showcase the work by Ever, Poni, Seher and Smithe.
Featured image: Smithe, 2018. Courtesy of Galeria Balenario.
Galo Art Gallery
A unique exhibition space located in Torino, Galo Art Gallery showcases a wide range of contemporary art, from post-Graffiti to Pop Art. The gallery is dedicated to celebrating established artists and promotes up and coming talent, bonding the relationship between the artist, the space and the art lover.
Featured image: Artez – Thirst, 2018. Courtesy of Galo Art Gallery.
An exhibition space located in Bologna, MAGMA Gallery is dedicated to promoting emerging Italian and international artists, anticipating and highlighting the most innovative trends in the contemporary and urban art market. Its curatorial approach is characterized by a fresh approach and openness to research and innovation.
Featured image: Tellas – Highway 401. Courtesy of MAGMA Gallery.
A renowned Parisian gallery located in the historic district of Le Marais, at the famous Place de Vosges, NextStreet Gallery is dedicated to promoting a relevant selection of both established and emerging artists, focusing on the essence of Urban and Street Art without boundaries.
Featured image: Martin Whatson – Butterfly cutout. Courtesy of NextStreet Gallery.
An acclaimed venue in Shoreditch, London, StolenSpace Gallery is at the epicenter to the city’s ever-expanding and hugely influential urban artistic output. Founded in 2007 by D*Face, it is focusing on Urban Contemporary Art, providing support to both emerging and established artists inspired by a diverse range of subcultures such as punk, skateboarding and tattooing.
Featured image: D*Face – Turncoat blue HPM. Courtesy of StolenSpace.
Founded in 2012 in Bari, Italy, Doppelgaenger is a unique exhibition space pursuing two lines of artistic inquiry. The gallery focuses on both the more contemporary studies in figurative art and experimental works, such as video art, performance and installations.
Featured image: Sten Lex – Screen, stencil poster, 2018. Courtesy of Doppelgaenger.
My Name’s Lolita Art
A local gallery with spaces in Valencia and Madrid, My Name’s Lolita Art focuses on the promotion of young Spanish and European artists linked to contemporary art in all its disciplines. The gallery is always on the lookout for new artistic expressions.
The gallery is bringing the work of three talented artists – Juan Cuéllar, Joël Mestre and Paco Pomet.
Featured image: Paco Pomet – Twins, 2019. Courtesy of My Name’s Lolita Art.