ART/MARBELLA is around the corner.

Art/Marbella (www.marbellafair.com) will celebrate its first edition between July 30 and August 3 at Palacio de Ferias, Congresos y Exposiciones de Marbella.
This international art fair will have nearly 40 galeries, including names such as Baró Galeria from Brazil, FL Gallery from Italy, Narrative Projects from London, Filomena Soares from Portugal, as well as some of the most important galleries from Spain.
Portuguese curator Bruno Leitao will showcase the artistic scene of Portugal and Madrid through the projects Portugal Contact Zone and New Madrid.

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The atelier of the Hungarian – born French – artist Nicolas Schöffer, considered the father of cybernetic art and one of the pioneers of video art, will exhibit some his most representative works never before exhibited in Spain, and artist Dionisio Gonzalez will present a project developed specifically for the fair.

PARTICIPATING GALLERIES

With strong representation from Spain, Art/Marbella will have important galleries from Madrid, like Espacio Mínimo, Max Estrella, F2 Galería, Odalys Madrid, Fernando Pradilla, Alimentación 30 + Salón, Daniel Cardani, Twin Gallery, L21 Gallery and APgallery.FICTICIO20

Also attending will be Alarcon Criado from Sevilla; Michel Mejuto and Carreras Mugica from Bilbao; Galería Pelaires from Palma de Mallorca; Gema Llamazares and Aurora Vigil-Escalera from Gijón; Set Espai d’Art, Area 72/Punto and Rosa Santos from Valencia; Yusto/Giner from Marbella; Red Penguin from San Pedro de Alcántara; STOA Gallery from Estepona; Art Nueve from Murcia; Rodrigo Juarranz from Aranda del Duero; Bacelos y Adhoc from Vigo; and Saro León from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

European galleries participating in Art/Marbella include Filomena Soares and Carlos Carvalho from Portugal; Opere Scelte and FL Gallery from Italy; Narrative Projects from England, and Mark Hachem from France.

Scandinavian galleries come to Art/Marbella supported by Finnish curator Aura Seikkula, and include Elephant Kunsthalle from Norway.

Latinamerica will be represented by prestigious galleries such as Baró Galeria from Brazil, Galería de las Misiones from Uruguay, and El Museo from Colombia.

Art/Marbella will have a space dedicated to institutions, including the Contemporary Art Museum Antonio Domínguez de Haro in Granada and Art Slant, the American multimedia platform committed to providing a social perspective on art.

Mexican artist and curator Othon Castañeda, responsible for the design and decoration of the fair, has created an original layout with ample display spaces and welcoming resting areas. Of particular note is the VIP Lounge, decorated with objects from Cristal de Sèvres, created from fire and air, with origins dating back to 1750.

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