The 29th edition of the ESTAMPA Contemporary Art Fair brought together the best of the national art scene last weekend at IFEMA, Madrid.
The event was attended by more than 70 galleries gathered to support artistic creation and analyze the situation of contemporary art in our country after the pandemic.
ESTAMPA, which was once again held on its usual dates, once again featured its outstanding International Collectors Program and the presence of prestigious curators.
The work of the artist Cristina Babiloni, Live Free was exhibited by the Álvaro Alcázar Gallery, sharing space with galleries such as Juana de Aizpuru and Ponce + Robles and with the work of artists such as Markus Oehlen or Patricia Camet.
This year the guest artist was Concha Jerez, pioneer of conceptual art in Spain.