In addition to fulfilling any architecture enthusiast’s dream, the vibrant cities of Europe are also an art lover’s Utopia. Now, Monograms’ expert guides are offering insights into Europe’s best, off-the-beaten path art galleries in Barcelona, Madrid and Berlin.
One of the significant art capitals of the world, Madrid has a legacy of courting great painters from across the globe. Today, this vibrant city features three of the best-known, most-visited art museums on the planet known locally as the Prado, Thyssen and Reina Sofia. Beyond the “big 3,” Madrid is host to a plethora of lesser-known galleries sure to satisfy any art fix. Here are a couple:
Home to the whimsical walls of Gaudi and the founder of Cubism, Picasso (for a time) Barcelona is an oasis for art lovers. And while it features some of Europe’s most familiar art museums including Museu Picasso and Fundació Joan Miró, the Spanish city also boasts an inspired list of off-the-beaten path art galleries worth a visit. Here are two Monograms’ Local Hosts love:
Home to more than 400 galleries, art aficionados will have a hard time choosing where to spend their time in Berlin. Since the fall of the Wall, this destination’s space and relatively low cost of living have made it a haven for emerging artists. Two galleries Monograms’ Local Hosts recommend are:
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