Street art galleries in Madrid that we visited last year and are worth a visit.
Contemporary art buyers and collectors are taking into account that the graffiti movement is hitting hard with festivals and events organized or curated all around the world. That was an important reason for us to share with our community what in our humble opinion are some of the most important street art galleries in Madrid.
Where are the street art galleries in Madrid located?
Visitors will find street art galleries in Madrid spread around the city, and not only in downtown areas. We said art galleries in Madrid, but not all of them are just only places where to buy art: spots where to enjoy the alternative tourism in the city (La Tabacalera & La Neomudejar) All of them are private spaces and the entry fee differs from one another. Let’s have a look at them!
Swinton & Grant: one of the best street art galleries in Madrid.
As one of our top picks for street art galleries in Madrid, here comes Swinton & Grant an art gallery which supports the local artists who contribute to the graffiti community in Spain. E1000 or Dingo Perro Mudo are some examples of the graffiti writers in Madrid who have showcased their work at this gallery located on Calle Miguel Servet 21 (Metro Embajadores). Its first floor will offer you the opportunity to drink a coffee and it will be on the underground level where you will find the best street art in Madrid.
This artsy space could also be considered as a trendy place where to work remotely, making it one of the most visited private spaces in Lavapiés area.
Street art galleries in Madrid over Calle Dr. Fourquet area.
Calle Dr. Fourquet probably concentrates the highest number of street art galleries in Madrid. Over all of them, we wanted to mention Delimbo gallery which usually counts with the artwork of famous urban art designers in Spain. Okudart or Nano 4814 exhibited their 3D creations at this indoor gallery located on Calle Dr. Fourquet 30, next to the best urban garden in Madrid. Did you know that Delimbo also has another art gallery in Sevilla?
Street art galleries in Madrid on its online/home-based version.
Latidos Art Gallery is the project run by two argentinians who decided that our city was the best place where to make their dreams come true. Alejandra Leston and Mariano Nana will offer you the opportunity to buy art in Spain on a click distance. They have also curated festivals and events where artists like Lázaro Tótem, Raul Cassassola or Juanito Ilógico have performed their artwork. Such an amazing work pals!
Last but not least, art collectors will have the opportunity to buy digital paintings at the artist’s house. Ain’t that personal? This is what Saul Zanolari, a Swiss artist, is doing at Calle Peñuelas 19. Excellent alternative experience in Madrid: visiting an artist’s home! A unique opportunity related to the street art galleries in Madrid