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Urvanity Art: the 4th edition of the contemporary art fair opens soon

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Urvanity Art unveiled the galleries that will be participating. Check out the line-up!

This 2020, Urvanity Art offers a lot of contemporary art to captivate its audience. We give you all the details about this event, which will be held at the Official College of Architects of Madrid from February 27 to March 1.

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This year the variety of galleries and artists will be very extensive. Some 30 galleries and more than 90 artists will be participating. Additionally, there is a large list of international proposals. Thus, the Madrid fair is one of the most important of its kind.

Likewise, the presence of some of the most important galleries gives the fair even more relevance. These include Le Feuvre & Roze (France), MAGMA y Antonio Colombo (Italy), PADRE Gallery (United States), Pantocrator Gallery (China), Artrust (Switzerland) HEARTBEATS (Mexico), among others.

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In addition, Urvanity Art will be a platform to exhibit the work of artists that remain fairly unknown in the art world. Thus, the event will have a section dedicated to the new spaces that are becoming a part of the art scene.

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“Although new contemporary art is well established in countries like France, Germany, England, and the United States, here it was unknown, and the market, with big names like Grip Face, Sue 975 or Isaac Cordal, did not have a platform of its own to bring it closer to the public,” commented Sergio Serrano, founder and director of the fair.

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Furthermore, Urvanity Talks will take place. A cycle of discussions and round tables on new art trends and languages. Additionally, a great feature is that Artrust will bring works by Banksy. Don’t miss 3 Punts Gallery, the Madrilian Swinton Gallery and Lurey Yusto/Giner from Marbella.

Courtesy: Samuel Salcedo

Lastly, there will be installations and site-specific murals. So, if you happen to be in Spain on those dates, it’s an event you should not miss.

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Fernando Huacuz Cruz

Ciudad de México, 1988- En búsqueda constante de urdimbres visuales y narrativas en espacios públicos y privados. Arte, cultura y rocksteady un must.

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