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Top 10: Best art galleries in the world

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10.- Tomio Koyama (Tokyo, Kyoto / Japan)
This gallery has two locations, one in Tokyo and one in Kyoto. The important thing about this is that it promotes local works, which include contemporary and modern pieces. This gives a unique and multifaceted perspective that allows us to see Japanese art first-hand.
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9.- Esther Arias Art Galleries and Workshop (Barcelona / Spain)
Located in an old building of the XVIII century, we can find colorful dream paintings made by Esther Arias, who shows in each brushstroke a passion worthy of admiration. The gallery also has a wall dedicated to guest artists.
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8.- Hans Mayer (Düsseldorf / Germany)
Here you can not only appreciate outdoor sculptures that are hugely surprising. The museum is famous for being a space that opens its doors to other types of art, such as theater, dance, music and fashion shows.

7.- MoMA (New York / E.U)

In short, the Museum of Modern Art could not miss this list. Despite being one of the most popular tourist attractions, it never hurts to take a walk to contemplate the art of great personalities, such as Monet, Andy Warhol, Picasso and Salvador Dalí.

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6.- Galerie Bruno Bishofberger (Zurich / Germany)

In the eighties, she became famous for showing the world the art of French, Germans and Americans in the current of neo-expressionism. In recent years, the vision has been expanded to show minimalist and conceptual works.

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5.- Annely Juda Fine Art (London / England)

If you are looking for a fusion between contemporary and twentieth century art and an interest in Russian constructivism, this cultural venue is for you. Artists from all over the world come together in a harmonious and delicate composition that you have to live.
4.- Marlborough Fine Art

If you are in New York, Madrid or Barcelona you can enjoy it, because it is full of the most renowned contemporary artists. Since 1951, it has impressed its visitors with exhibitions that include Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Renoir and Van Gogh.

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3.- Opera Gallery (Paris / France)

Although the gallery has headquarters in 11 countries, the one that is in Paris, without a doubt, takes the crown as far as artistic variety is concerned; since it alternates temporary exhibitions with permanent, giving it a fresh duality that is felt in the air.

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2.- The Saatchi Gallery (London / England)

This gallery is the number one worldwide in what social media refers, because it has society as a key point for the expression of its young artists. Since its opening in 2008 with an exhibition dedicated to Chinese art, it remains faithful to open its doors to debutants or celebrities who have never been to England.

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1.- Gagosian Gallery (New York / United States)

The composition of plastic artists and installations make it the winner. In its four venues (three in New York and one in Beverly Hills) has an extensive catalog that will make you come back for more. It plays an important role in the art auction, so it is also known for having set the record for a bronze relief by Henri Matisse.

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