The Marlborough Gallery has exhibition spaces in Barcelona, Madrid, London, New York and Santiago. Founded in London in 1946, it was a pioneer in introducing the German Expressionists. In 1958 the gallery represented artists such as Oskar Kokoschka and Lucian Freud. In 1962 the headquarters of New York was created and later those of Tokyo, Rome, Florida, Madrid, Chile, Monaco, Chelsea (NY) and Barcelona. Marlborough represents a broad group of contemporary artists from Europe, the United States, South America, and Asia. The Barcelona headquarters opened its doors in October 2006 and since then it has alternated group exhibitions with monographs, and has coordinated and organized exhibitions of its artists to other galleries and public and private institutions. Its programming includes national and international artists, established and emerging. The genre, style or theme is set by the artist who exhibits, so that samples that cover all kinds of proposals can be seen: painting, sculpture, photography or graphic work.
Magdalena Abakanowicz, Alfonso Albacete, Juan José Aquerreta, Avigdor Arikha, Frank Auerbach, Francis Bacon, Fernando Botero, Claudio Bravo, Dale Chihuly, Martín Chirino, Rafael Cidoncha, Stephen Conroy, Alberto Corazón, Juan Correa, John Davies, Vincent Desiderio, Richard these, Carlos Franco, Manuel Franquelo, Lucian Freud, Juan Genovés, Luis Gordillo, Kcho, RB Kitaj, Abraham Lacalle, Julio Larraz, Francisco Leiro, Jacques Lipchitz, Antonio López García, Blanca Muñoz, Lucio Muñoz, Juan Navarro Baldeweg, Pelayo Ortega , Tom Otterness, Beverly Pepper, Red Grooms, Paula Rego, David Rodríguez Caballero, Tomás Sánchez, Sergio Sanz, Clive Smith, Manolo Valdés, Darío Villalba.