Every child is an artist,

the problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up” – Pablo Picasso

This is one of the most famous galleries within contemporary Spanish art. Founded in 1969 it’s a reference for a cultural panorama in which the best international artists have always shared the space with the artwork of younger creators.

Artwork: Book of tens by Jason Martin.

At Gallery Red, there are no rules, they make them. They have created an oasis of art and design in the Mediterranean. A place where all off your senses are touched. A place that makes you cross the ocean to come and see them to experience the space.

Artwork: Chanel nº5 by Andy Warhol.

Galeria Horrach Moya
Artist Marina Abramović is at Galería Horrach Moyà with an exhibition showing 3 video works recording Abramović’s historical performances from 1975: Freeing the Memory, Freeing the Body, and Freeing the Voice.

Artwork: Freeing the Voice by Marina Abramović

Fine paintings in Felanitx. In 2015 Andrew and his partner Denise took the decision to start a new life in the sun on Mallorca, an island that has utterly beguiled him and filled him with new inspiration.

Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.

Thomas Merton

Gallery Kewenig
After more than 25 years in Cologne, based nowadays in Berlin Mitte and in Mallorca in Palma’s old town (Oratori de Sant Feliu) since 2004, Kewenig works with contemporary artists such as Ghada Amer, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Kimsooja, Sean Scully or Christian Boltanski among others.

Artwork: Untitled by Marcelo Viquez

Weston & Rodriguez
This new gallery in Palma aims to provide a forum for contemporary art, presenting work by artists whose work has rarely been seen here on the island of Mallorca.

Artwork: A teaser from Helio Diaz