Popular with young artists and collectors, Carmen de la Guerra is innovative, fun and often whimsical (its performance art being a prime example). Spanish actor Jordi Molla exhibits his painting and photography here; other interesting names include Soledad Cordoba and David Trullo. The musty downstairs cave dates from 1864; it was originally used as a bakery but now exhibits installation and video projects.
|Venue name:||Galería Carmen de la Guerra||Contact:|
C/San Pedro 6
|Opening hours:||Open 11am-2pm, 5-9pm Tue-Sat. Closed Aug.|
|Transport:||Metro Antón Martín .|