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Pilar Corrias Gallery is a contemporary art gallery owned by Pilar Corrias. The 3,800 square foot gallery, designed by Rem...

Pilar Corrias Gallery is a contemporary art gallery owned by Pilar CorriasThe 3,800 square foot gallery, designed by Rem Koolhaas, is made up of two exhibition spaces and is located in the heart of London's West End. 

 

Since its inception, the gallery has worked with emerging and established artists with the central aim of allowing their work to grow both in terms of production of new projects and the making of new exhibitions. 

 

 

Pilar Corrias opened the gallery representing a small group of artists she had worked with previously: Philippe Parreno, Tobias Rehberger,...

Pilar Corrias opened the gallery representing a small group of artists she had worked with previously: Philippe Parreno, Tobias Rehberger, Keren Cytter, and Tala Madani. Within its first year the gallery had added several more artists to its roster, including Shahzia Sikander, Ulla von Brandenburg, and Elizabeth Neel. The gallery now represents a total of twenty-nine international artists, two-thirds of whom are female.

Pilar Corrias Gallery actively works to generate new possibilities of exhibition beyond the gallery itself creating further potential for artists to create new projects and bodies of work. The gallery is dedicated to supporting ambitious projects by contemporary artists such as Philippe Parreno's Tate Modern Turbine Hall Commission in October 2016, and Ian Cheng’s participation at the 2019 Venice Biennale curated by Ralph Rugoff.

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