Participant galleries and artists


ADDA & TAXIE (Paris)

Founded by Anna Dimitrova and Valériane Mondot, ADDA & TAXIE takes part in the renewal, pertinence and internationalism of the Parisian art scene. The exhibitions mainly focus on Street Art and Graffiti, as well as on young contemporary creations, such as Photography, Pop surrealism and Comics. The main aim being to present and defend increasingly influential art movements and artists in the international scene.

AEC Interesni Kazki

Victor Castillo

Seleka Muñoz

Antonio Colombo (Milan)

Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea opened in Milan in 1998, stands out on the contemporary scene for its promotion of young Italian and international artists. The gallery is the result of a challenge to favour knowledge and growth of a young artistic reality – but not youth-oriented or exclusive – in certain areas of expression that are not always granted visibility on the art scene, such as those involving a very traditional, yet very stimulating medium like painting.

Ryan Heshka

Dario Maglionico

Giuliano Sale

Galeria Balneario (Queretaro)

Galeria Balneario is a cultural medium dedicated to support contemporary art in Mexico and the world. As a cultural diffusion platform the objective is to democratize art in all its disciplines. We propel art onto a contemporary plain while innovating commercial tendencies and supporting social work, private projects, managing artistic residencies, festivals and buying and selling artwork.





Cerquone Projects (Caracas)

Cerquone Projects is a project of solid values founded in 2016 dedicated to the dissemination and investigation of contemporary art. With its venue in the city of Caracas, it has 6 rooms enabled as exhibition spaces. Always presenting innovative proposals, Cerquone Projects has made an important number of exhibitions both individual and collective of consolidated and emerging artists.

Fausto Amundarain

An Wei

Doppelgaenger (Bari)

The contemporary art gallery Doppelgaenger was established in 2012 in Bari – Puglia, Italy – in the old city centre. As the very name itself suggests, Doppelgaenger pursues two lines of artistic enquiry. The dual nature of the project focuses on both the more contemporary studies in figurative art and experimental works (in video art, performance and installations).

Sam3 - Solo show


Sten Lex

Durán Online Gallery (Madrid)

Durán Online Gallery is an online art platform that supports contemporary artists reflecting the new creative languages and current artistic merits. We are focused on collectors and art lovers interested in witnessed artists of the development of the artistic avant-grade in the last 20th century and 21st century.


Chalo Moca


Fousion Gallery (Barcelona)

Located in Barcelona in the heart of the historic City Centre, Fousion Gallery is a truly magical place with 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 through exhibitions, cultural events, and international Art Fairs.

Miss Van - Solo show

Will Barras

Julia Benz

Mono Cieza

Bruno Pontiroli


Dilka Bear

Galo Art Gallery (Turin)

The Galo Art Gallery in Torino, Italy, is a unique exhibition space, focusing on contemporary art from post graffiti to pop art, encompassing a wide range of visual media. Since opening its doors back in 2010, the gallery celebrates established artists and promotes up-and-coming talent, primarily in the field of street art. Galo’s curation bonds the relationship between the artist, the space and the art lover.



Logan Hicks

The London Police

MAGMA Gallery (Bologna)

MAGMA gallery promotes emerging Italian and international artists, anticipating and highlighting the most innovative trends in the contemporary and urban art market. With a fresh approach and open to research and innovation, MAGMA gallery expands its field of action, welcoming exhibitions and site-specific installations and performances, approaching a multidisciplinary and multi-material experimentation.

Jan Kaláb - Solo show




Galeria Manuel Ojeda (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria)

Founded in 1984, Manuel Ojeda Gallery is dedicated to the promotion of contemporary art both locally and nationally and internationally, in a dialogue that is permanently open between the different trends and artists from different places that are presented to the public in seven annual exhibitions.

Matias Sanchez

Martina’s Gallery (Giussano)

Founded in 2015, Martina’s Gallery is an Italian contemporary art gallery run by Martina Corbetta and Stefano Bergamaschi. Martina’s Gallery presents solo shows and group thematic exhibitions with a focus on emerging art. The Gallery develops events, special projects and residencies around the world to support and promote contemporary artists.

Laurina Paperina

Albert Pinya

Montana Gallery (Barcelona)

This exhibition space was born in 2007 with the aim of showing the talent of young local artists and established artists from the international scene with a learning base in graffiti and street art. Since it was inaugurated with the first exhibition of Os Gemeos, important figures like Aryz, Suso33, Okuda, San, Henry Chalfant, Tilt, Inocuo, Levalet, Etam Cru, Ernst Zacharevic or Mark Bodé have passed through its walls, among many others. Montana Gallery is a reference in the circuit of urban art worldwide.



My Name’s Lolita Art (Madrid)

My Name’s Lolita Art opened its doors in the city of Valencia (Spain) in 1988. Since its inception, the gallery focused on the promotion of young Spanish and European artists. In 1996 the gallery opened a space in Madrid, continuing its efforts in the impulse to exhibit new artistic expressions.

Juan Cuéllar

Joël Mestre

Paco Pomet

NextStreet Gallery (Paris)

NextStreet Gallery is located in the historic district of Le Marais, in Paris, at the famous Place des Vosges. Its bright and spacious space is devoted to a relevant selection of international Urban and street artists such as PichiAvo, Martin Whatson or Nuno Viegas, just to mention a few. The gallery also promotes the work of emerging artists such as Lula Goce, through a coherent artistic vision that focuses on the essence of Street Art.

Antonyo Marest

Ben Frost

Lula Goce

Telmo Miel

Martin Whatson



Pantocrator Gallery (Suzhou)

Pantocrator Gallery was created in Berlin in 2010 as a project for the diffusion and production of contemporary art by emerging international artists in any of its disciplines. Being a nomadic project, it currently has its physical headquarters in the Chinese city of Suzhou and continues to work punctually in cities such as Barcelona, Berlin or Shanghai. Pantocrator Gallery works as a cultural bridge between Asia and the West.

Jugo Kurihara

Juan Miguel Quiñones

Liu Dao

RuArts Gallery (Moscow)

Founded in 2004, RuArts Gallery space is one of the largest in Moscow, situated in a “museum quarter” in the centre of the city. Nowadays, RuArts Gallery is one of the leading contemporary art galleries in Moscow, which regularly demonstrates different types of contemporary art to its visitors. It represents and exhibits both Russian and foreign contemporary artists and sculptors.

Marat Morik

Ivan Ninety

Dmitri Aske

SC Gallery (Bilbao)

Founded by Sergio García Bayón in 2008 in Bilbao, SC Gallery’s main goal since its inception has been the promotion of contemporary art. Several international artists have been an important part of the gallery throughout its history. Some of the artists represented by SC Gallery are Anna Taratiel, Daniel Muñoz, Eltono, Grip Face, Isaac Cordal, Mikel del Rio, Sebas Velasco, Sixe Paredes, Suso33, SpY, and Zoer. SC Gallery also works closely with artists such as Smithe, Franco Fasoli, Ana Barriga, Paco Pomet, and Nano4814, among others.

Isaac Cordal

Grip Face

Daniel Muñoz

Anna Taratiel


StolenSpace Gallery (London)

Located in Shoreditch, London, StolenSpace Gallery acts as the epicentre to London’s ever-expanding and hugely influential urban artistic output. Established in 2007 by internationally renowned artist, Dean Stockton aka D*Face, it was the first permanent space within the UK dedicated to the genre of Urban Contemporary Art. As a gallery StolenSpace is committed to the support and growth of both emerging and established artists, inspired by a diverse range of subcultures such as punk, skateboarding and tattooing.

Augustine Kofie



Kai and Sunny

Swinton Gallery (Madrid)

Swinton Gallery, was born in 2014 with the aim of showing the talent of both national and international artists with a base of influence in street art and other independent art styles related to the urban culture. Since its opening with E1000, great artists like Saner, Alice Pasquini, Laguna, Robert Hardgrave, Augustine Kofie, Laurence Vallières and Andrés Senra -among many others- have shown their work in its exhibition space. All of them are reference in the circuit of new contemporary art in Spain.

Mario Mankey

Martina Merlini



The Roger Project (New York)

Initiated by NAG since 2009, The Roger Project works around the new concept of the collaboration between Artists and Gallery. It tries to find a more horizontal way of working, placing the Art and the scenography in the center of the project. The Roger Project creates events to promote their artists, assists them in their personal creations and keeps a very particular place in Art Fairs.

Gregory Watin

Urban Spree (Berlin)

The Urban Spree Galerie is a 400 sqm independent contemporary urban art space. Set in the heart of Berlin, the gallery benefits from its large urban grassroots ecosystem and offers its invited artists and photographers an ideal space for experimentation through ambitious on-site residencies. The gallery curates independent art shows on a monthly basis, which most likely include the painting of the whole compound and its flagship ‘Artist Wall’.

Victor Ash

Marion Jdanoff

Bisco Smith

Anthony Lister


1UP Crew/Martha Cooper

Hendrik Czakainski


Lars Wunderlich



Wunderkammern (Rome/Milan)

With venues both in Rome and Milan, Wunderkammern is characterised by three core values: art research, professionalism, art market. It exhibits a genre of work with a strong influence with Relational Art and Public Art. The gallery and its represented artists explore themes related to the marvellous, the paradox, the connection between the inside and the outside, the conventional and the unaccepted, the private and the public space.

Dan Witz - Solo show


Miaz Brothers

Aakash Nihalani

Yusto/Giner (Marbella)

Founded in 2012 in Marbella (Spain) by Juan Pablo Yusto and Graciela Giner, Yusto/Giner gallery since its inception has set clear targets in its mission as a private platform for the exhibition and promotion of its represented artistsThe gallery’s programming is guided by a strategy aimed at establishing long-time associations with authors working in every field of artistic expression, promoting their projects, defending their quality and encouraging their development.

Eduardo Balanza

Fabrizio Arrieta

Katsumi Hayakawa

Daniel Solomons



The new contemporary art fair

It is manifest that for several decades new practices, values and codes have coexisted in the cultural landscape of our cities, occupying a place in the world of contemporary art. The issue is how to tie them together, and this cannot be achieved only by means of an urban art fair. Therefore, Urvanity has been conceived as a platform for a New Contemporary Art.

To speak of new art is to catalyze a contemporary project with a historical perspective because “all that is not tradition is plagiarism.” Notably, Urvanity advocates proposals (with a strong base in the urban context of the 1970 ́s up until today) that construct a dialogue with modernity, and, as a result, provide a setting from which we can explain the world around us. It is important not only to consider the work itself but to understand the public space where this very work is composed and that it at the least convey an aesthetic experience.

Urvanity seeks to explore and thus imagine possible future scenarios for this New Contemporary Art, thanks in part to alliances with other initiatives and promoters of culture in our city. To support the creation and spreading of ideas, as well as facilitate access to these practices of contemporary creation that define our vast cultural urban landscape.

Urvanity Art,

Contact us


New Contemporary Art Fair // 27 February – 1 March 2020 // COAM 63 Hortaleza Street, Madrid (Spain)

Press inquiries

Project Manager
Victoria Ríos // victoria@urvanity-art.com

General info

Exhibitor Relations
Elisa Montesinos // elisa@urvanity-art.com

Sergio Sancho // sergio@urvanity-art.com


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