Mayoral is an art gallery specialising in modern and postwar art. It was founded in Barcelona in 1989. In November 2019, Mayoral opened a second gallery in Paris.Read More
The Galeria Mayoral articulates an exhibition programme focusing on Informalism and postwar art, both Catalan and Spanish, with artists such as Tàpies, Chillida, Millares, Saura, Guerrero, Zóbel, Canogar, Rivera and Francés. At the same time, the gallery also exhibits the work of such key twentieth-century avant-garde artists as Miró and Picasso.
It develops projects that are rigorously curated and grow out of an exhaustive process of research and documentation. The gallery relies upon the support of the artists’ families, foundations and other institutions whose mission resides in preserving and publicizing the legacy of the artists they represent. Likewise, it enjoys the complicity of many collectors and museums, both public and private, when it comes to accomplishing its mission.
In recent years Mayoral has implemented projects like Miró’s Studio (in London and New York), the retrospectives Millares: Building Bridges, Not Walls; Saura: Tragedy & Creation and Tàpies Today, which delved into the creative process of the artists and analysed how the message of their work goes on posing challenges to the present day.
The gallery takes part in art fairs like TEFAF Maastricht, TEFAF New York Spring, Frieze New York, ARCOmadrid and Art Basel Hong Kong.
Rueda de prensa con el comisario de la exposición Juan Manuel Bonet.
For the 2020 edition of the Barcelona Gallery Weekend, Mayoral invited Francisco Baena Díaz, director of the José Guerrero Center in Granada, to talk about the exhibition José Guerrero: The Influence of the USA in Barcelona. Streaming broadcast Zoom & FB Live.
Talk by Alfonso de la Torre, curator of the exhibition Zóbel-Chillida. Crisscrossing Paths.
A Shoulder on Which to Bear Time A conversation between Biraaj Dodiya and Elena Sorokina on Manolo Millares Thursday 30 July, 2020 In collaboration with Experimenter Gallery, Kolkata India Dodiya and Sorokina build interconnections between Manolo Millares' work and its 'duende', inviting it into their exchanges. They discuss what it...
We have sent you an email containing a link to reset your password. Simply click the link and enter your new password to complete this process.
Scan the QR Code via WeChat to follow Ocula's official account.