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Pilar Corrias Gallery is a contemporary art gallery owned by Pilar Corrias. The 3,800 square foot gallery in London's Fitzrovia,...

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

 

Pilar Corrias opened a second London gallery space at 2 Savile Row in July 2021, designed by London and Oslo-based architect firm Hesselbrand.  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 now represents a total of thirty one international artists, two-thirds of whom are female.

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

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

In July 2021, Piar Corrias opened  a second London space located at 2 Savile Row. The street-level gallery is situated in a former townhouse built in the 1730s.  Hesselbrand’s design speaks to the original character of 18th-century London townhouses – residences whose ground floor spaces were often part of the life of the city – and creates a soft boundary between the gallery and the street. 

Pilar Corrias Gallery actively works to generate new possibilities of exhibition beyond the gallery itself creating further potential for artists to create new bodies of work. The gallery is dedicated to supporting ambitious projects 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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