Art Galleries Quicktabs

  • City of Manila

    1335MABINI holds three entities: Bureau of Artistic Rehab, Zinc, and the studios. They constitute an art specific infrastructure for the model allocation of space related to exhibition, technology, methodical support and knowledge sharing.

  • Manila

    98B Art COLLABoratory is a place for discussion & collaboration that functions as a community + network + kitchen + shop+ library. 

  • Makati City

    Since its inauguration in May of 2010, Altro Mondo is a commercial gallery based in Makati, Philippines who has sought to exhibit contemporary art from the Philippines and abroad.

  • Shibuya-ku

    AIT was begun by six art curators and organisers in 2001 in Tokyo and attained its nonprofit status in 2002. It is a contemporary spaces offering alternative art classes and three-month artist-residency projects (Yukigaya).

  • Taiwan

    The Asian Art Biennial encourages and supports in-house curators to conduct research and planning to actively establish a platform for Asian arts and culture exchange, and to further firmly establish Asian aesthetics through international forums and academic presentations.

  • Shanghai

    18Gallery at Unesco site -Bund18 is an art space that puts up programs for emerging and international artists focusing on new media.  The space also has a video program, book signings and artist talks.

  • Darwin NT

    24HR Art grew out of a long-standing desire of many individuals and organisations in the Territory for a venue dedicated specifically to the promotion and support of contemporary visual art.

  • New York
    United States

    Founded by Margaret Lee and Oliver Newton, 47 Canal is a gallery that continues to push the boundaries of art. It gives focus to the artist and how he wishes to express his ideas and views without having to compromise.

  • Newark
    United States

    Located in Newark, New Jersey, Aljira fosters excellence in the visual arts through exhibitions and educational programs that serve as catalysts for inclusiveness and diversity, promote cross-cultural dialog, and relevant discussion that represents our time and place.