The Pigment Gallery was launched in Barcelona in January 2016.
It was founded with the aim of adapting interactively to the changing global society in order to ensure contemporary art reaches anyone with curiosity or sensitivity towards art.
It is moving location in September this year to Calle Rosselló nº 193, which remains within the traditional hub of the city’s main art galleries.
Pigment is the matter that gives colour to paint. Its etymological origins come from the Latin word pigmentum that is formed by the verb “pingere” (paint) and the suffix “-mento” (result). This simple term was ideal as a name for the gallery.
Pigment Gallery deals in the promoting and publicising of contemporary art, within a line that ranges from modern figurative to the purest abstract art, to promote new artists from both home and abroad, and to present their works both nationally and internationally, especially at the main contemporary art fairs held around the world (Europe, USA and Asia).
The gallery supports a take on reality and current trends that flees from fashions and clichés, in search for new voices that provide a breath of fresh air to the art world. Discovering, sharing, investing and generate areas of debate that go beyond merely exhibiting.