5 art galleries not to be missed in Barcelona

Dec 16, 2021

5 art galleries not to be missed in Barcelona

If you're planning a trip to Barcelona, make a note of the following art galleries and visit their exhibitions. Also, if you can't move from home, you can visit them in 3D format thanks to the collaboration of Barcelona Gallery Weekend and RedCollectors.

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Galleries not to be missed in Barcelona


ADN Galeria was founded in 2003 with the aim of creating a hybrid platform between commercial mediation and cultural contribution, with the objective of disseminating current artistic trends. The programme focuses on productions that prioritise content and positions itself as a semantic reflection of the contextual dynamics in which they are generated. Beyond commercial mediation, ADN Galeria is committed to working with artists to generate international networks of appreciation that encourage debate on the main lines of force of contemporary creation, enabling the establishment of solid foundations for the development of their careers through an active policy of media dissemination, online communication and presence at fairs.



Maria Maria Acha-Kustcher | Marinella Senatore

Indignadas | It's Time to Go Back to Street



Bombon is a contemporary art gallery that opened in Barcelona in February 2017, preceded for 5 years (2012-2017) by a project-space, Pasaje Studio, also in Barcelona but in a different location. The gallery is interested in local and international artistic practices that reflect a contemporary social, political and emotional sensibility, as well as in the vindication of artists from previous generations. This translates into our exhibition programme, where the work of young artists has been combined with historical figures. The programme includes exhibitions in the gallery space, off-site projects and fairs.



Dorian Sari | Rosa Tharrats

Because it is. In the blink of an eye



Galería Joan Prats, Barcelona, has been, since its inauguration in 1976, one of the pioneering galleries on the international contemporary art scene, exhibiting and promoting the work of the artists it represents. The gallery is committed to disseminating and facilitating the reading of the different languages with which its artists create, and also contributes to the realisation of specific projects. Since its inception, it has participated in the Arco, Art Basel and Art Basel-Miami Beach fairs.



Teresa Solar

The time of the worms



The RocioSantaCruz Gallery is a dynamic space for creation and contemporary thought in all its manifestations. Located in the nerve centre of Barcelona with more than 300m2, the space hosts projects by both established artists and emerging talents. Faithful to its trajectory since 1994 in Paris, as a publisher of artists' books, RocioSantaCruz's approach is to focus on unpublished archives with the aim of generating a dialogue between the avant-garde of the second half of the 20th century and new contemporary practices. The gallery is conceived as a place for experimentation, a meeting point for reflection and a space for the dissemination of new practices with a special interest in photography, experimental film, archives and the publication of artist publications.



Miquel Mont

Biography # Dissociated



Víctor Lope Arte Contemporáneo is an art gallery founded in Barcelona in 2009. The gallery's mission is to launch and consolidate the careers of emerging and mid-career artists with a unique approach to contemporary art, to deliver this value globally and to consolidate it in the European and international art market. Located in the gallery area of Barcelona, Víctor Lope Arte Contemporáneo has two exhibition rooms with a total of 130 square metres. The Gallery organises between 8 and 10 exhibitions a year, some of them curated by expert curators.