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Gallery: Maisterravalbuena

Art fair: ART BASEL, Miami Beach 2019

Artists: Antonio Ballester Moreno, Jerónimo Elespe, Silvia Bächli

Maisterravalbuena opened in Madrid in 2007 as a common project by Pedro Maisterra and Belén Valbuena. Our aim is to promote both Spanish and international artists from different generations that share a broad interest on the exploration of the conceptual element with practices ranging diverse media and tackling current issues of our contemporary society.

Maisterravalbuena’s activity helps to foster a constant dialogue between its artists and aims to contribute to the artistic scene in Spain and abroad. \n\nThe gallery sees the creation of new meaning and the broadening of existing c... more >>
Maisterravalbuena opened in Madrid in 2007 as a common project by Pedro Maisterra and Belén Valbuena. Our aim is to promote both Spanish and international artists from different generations that share a broad interest on the exploration of the conceptual element with practices ranging diverse media and tackling current issues of our contemporary society.

Maisterravalbuena’s activity helps to foster a constant dialogue between its artists and aims to contribute to the artistic scene in Spain and abroad. \n\nThe gallery sees the creation of new meaning and the broadening of existing content as a pivotal priority; this emphasis becomes noticeable in our temporary shows as well as in the collaboration with museums and institutions from the public and private sphere. With the juxtaposition of our presence in Madrid and abroad through fairs and events, our artists are provided with a broader context to be rightly viewed and perceived.\n\nMaisterravalbuena currently works with A Kassen, José Luis Alexanco, Antonio Ballester Moreno, Karmelo Bermejo, José Damasceno, Jerónimo Elespe, María Luisa Fernández, Daniel Jacoby, Maria Loboda, Regina de Miguel, Néstor Sanmiguel Diest, Hiraki Sawa, Dan Shaw-Town, Cristián Silva, B. Wurtz and Silvia Bächli. The gallery also represents the State of Sarah Grilo and José Antonio Fernández-Muro


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