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43 Calle Barguillo, Madrid, 28004, Spain

Opened in 2009 on Picasso’s 128th birthday, this contemporary art gallery presents temporary exhibitions of work by masters like Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí. The street-level gallery ran under the name Galeria SEN for 40 years, before re-opening as the white, minimalist space in the arty Justicia neighborhood. And early Picasso exhibit highlighted pages from the number 10 copy of La Tauromaquia—a book of Picasso’s 1957 illustrations inspired by the writings of an 18th-century bullfighter. The gallery has since featured artists such as Antoni Tápies, Joan Miró, and Equipo Crónica.

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Galeria Antonio de Suñer

Opened in 2009 on Picasso’s 128th birthday, this contemporary art gallery presents temporary exhibitions of work by masters like Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí. The street-level gallery ran under the name Galeria SEN for 40 years, before re-opening as the white, minimalist space in the arty Justicia neighborhood. And early Picasso exhibit highlighted pages from the number 10 copy of La Tauromaquia—a book of Picasso’s 1957 illustrations inspired by the writings of an 18th-century bullfighter. The gallery has since featured artists such as Antoni Tápies, Joan Miró, and Equipo Crónica.