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Mad is Mad is an Art Gallery that focuses on emerging, young talent. The Gallery hosts a number of exhibitions and encourages artistic expression through a variety of formats, like combining audio-visual elements with physical objects to create a cohesive whole. Drop by for a chance to experience something new and unique. Though entry is free, you can pick-up hand-crafted art objects here too. Do look up their website for information on the latest exhibitions and installations.
You'll see a range of contemporary art on display in this gallery principally made up of paintings, sculpture and photography by Fernanda Fragateiro, Beatriz Milhazes, Juan Luis Moraza, Ernesto Neto, Ana Prada, Francesc Torres, Darío Urzay, Valentín Vallhonrat, Juan Cruz, Cristina Iglesias and Vik Muniz, among others. It's located close to the Museo Romántico and has been open since 1990.
Founded in 1970, this gallery has become one of Madrid's best known showcases for new international trends in painting and sculpture. It shows a wide range of Spanish and foreign works of art. The gallery maintains strong links with Austrian, German and British artists. Art and Language, representatives of the new-wave in British conceptual art, are particular favorites. Pilar Albarracín, Mercedes Carbonell, Jordi Colomer, Jiri Dokoupil, Federico Guzmán, Sol LeWitt and Sigfrido Martín Begué are all artists that have been shown here recently.
This gallery promotes the latest trends in international plastic arts by showing the work of outstanding Spanish artists in the fields of video, photography and installations. Amongst others, you'll see creations by Daniel Canogar, Misuo Miura, Christine Davis, Roland Fischer, Karin Sander, Joan Fontcuberta, Frank Thiel and Javier Vallhonrat.