Pilar Corrias Gallery is a contemporary art gallery owned by Pilar Corrias.Since its inception, the gallery has worked with emerging and established artists with the central aim of allowing their work to grow both in terms of production of new projects and the making of new exhibitions. Pilar Corrias now represents a total of thirty-five international artists, two-thirds of whom are female.Read More
Pilar Corrias actively works to generate new possibilities of exhibition beyond the gallery itself. The gallery is dedicated to supporting ambitious projects such as Philippe Parreno's Tate Modern Turbine Hall Commission in October 2016, and Ian Cheng’s participation at the 2019 Venice Biennale curated by Ralph Rugoff.
The gallery's first location – a 3,800 square foot gallery at 54 Eastcastle Street in London's Fitzrovia, designed by Rem Koolhaas – opened in 2008.
In July 2021, Pilar Corrias opened a second London space located at 2 Savile Row. The street-level gallery is situated in a former townhouse built in the 1730s. Oslo-based architect firm Hesselbrand’s design speaks to the original character of 18th-century London townhouses – residences whose ground floor spaces were often part of the life of the city – and creates a soft boundary between the gallery and the street.
In October 2023, the gallery will expand its presence in the city with a new flagship space at 51 Conduit Street in Mayfair, designed by Cowie Montgomery Architects. The gallery's second Mayfair space will replace its Eastcastle Street space and complement its existing location at the other end of Savile Row. The gallery will occupy almost 5000 square feet over two floors, with the main exhibition space and a second gallery at ground level with a ceiling height of 5.1 metres, complemented by a further gallery space downstairs, allowing for simultaneous programming. A library, private viewing room and offices will be in the building.