Art Madrid joins the New Art Week from the 26th to the 30th of May

The new Madrid Art Week moves to spring. Art Madrid joins the Drawing Room, Hybrid Art Fair and Urbanity in an appointment that will pinpoint the Spanish capital as the worldwide meeting point for art.

The four fairs have made a great effort to make their venues safe and in compliance with all the necessary protocols. More than 100 galleries, both national and international, will present the work of more than 300 artists, thus turning this meeting into the great artistic event of the year. Their creations will enable us to make a journey through the most significant artists of the 21st century and learn first-hand about the latest developments in contemporary creation.

Art Madrid will open its door from the 26th to the 30th of May at the Crystal Gallery in Palacio de Cibeles. Held at the very heart of the Spanish capital, the most anticipated reunion with contemporary art has been given a fresh date in the calendar, and its celebration will be the new Madrid Art Week.

“We are excited and enthused to announce the experience of enjoying live art again, after a year of intense work to adapt to the new circumstances.”

The premises comply with all the sanitary protocols and measures in order to guarantee the safety of the participating galleries, visitors and the Art Madrid team. This is an open invitation to once again experience art with all senses and with full confidence in enjoying a safe event.

This edition stands out for its impact on the latest artistic trends, a set of proposals that shine for the increasing quality of their works. Emerging and consolidated creators alike report that their production has been great during the past year, which has provided them with time and space for research and reflection, with creative results that reveal new forms and possibilities in the world of contemporary artistic creation.

More than 150 artists will gather in this edition, which will host 32 national and international galleries that are committed to reactivating the art market worldwide. “We celebrate the incorporation of the Beatriz Bálgoma Gallery in Madrid, the María Aguilar Art Gallery in southern Cádiz and The Art Büro and Inéditad in Barcelona. Helarea gallery is also joining us this year and the Out of Africa gallery, from Sitges, will present in Madrid the quality, modernity and diversity of contemporary African art.”