“Let art find you” - is the motto of the Arthall gallery, which is situated in the heart of Victoria in Gozo. This gallery focuses on local and international contemporary artists.
The gallery represents “groundbreaking art, avant-garde, ironic and provocative in the Maltese Islands.”
The ultimate aim of this modern gallery is to offer a space for the Arts: bringing creative initiatives together to enable discussion and exchange of ideas.
P.S.: We recommend to check the opening hours before your visit:
+356 7705 1564
68, St Lucia Street, Valletta
Blitz gallery is based in 400-year-old Valletta townhouse. Four floors of the gallery host exhibitions, creative space, and an art studio.
Blitz specializes in experimental and contemporary arts. It was founded in 2013 and since then it has been functioning as an independent, non-profit space, supporting avant-garde art experiments.
Blitz gallery has contributed to the development of Malta’s contemporary art scene with numerous exhibitions, conferences, workshops and talks.
Christine X Art gallery (Artitude)
17, Tigne Street, Sliema
If you are interested in exploring Malta from the perspective of art, you would appreciate the concept of Christine X. Here you can find various style paintings by local and foreign artists, who were inspired by this small island in the Mediterranean.
An artist Christine Xuereb has established this gallery in 2004. It was previously called “Artitude”.
Christine decided to move to Ghana in 2017 and the management and ownership of Christine X Art Gallery was taken over by her brother Jonathan.
The collection is constantly refreshed with new works.
77, Skapuccina triq, Zebbug, Gozo
This private gallery is located in the farmhouse owned by the artist from Berlin Jorg Bottcher . Call in advance to check when it is open.
Tel: +356 79028842
Jackie Micallef's art gallery
131, Constitution street, Mosta
Jackie Micallef is a Maltese artist specializing in a mixed media paintings on canvas. She is well-known for her vibrant abstracts and textures combined in her artworks. For the opening hours, please check the website:
St James Cavalier, Valletta
Spazju Kreattiv is Malta’s national centre for creativity, which has been open in Valletta in 2000. It is situated at St James Cavalier – a military structure and a part of a larger fortification formation, which had been protecting the main gates to Valletta. It had been designed and built by the knights in the second half of the 16-th century.
Spazju Kreattiv is run by Fondazzjoni Kreattività (official entity safeguarding Malta’s creative sector), which strives to “stimulate the exchange of ideas, build cultural identity and reach out to the community with a boundary-testing programme of exhibitions and projects”. The space is also used to host workshops, events and discussions.
Spazju Kreattiv is a multidisciplinary art space and artistic hub situated in the heart of Valletta and hosting art exhibitions, talks, cinema projects and much more.
P.S.: For the schedule of events and opening hours, please check the website:
Ta Nikol Gallery
43, Triq Mons. Guzeppi Farrugia, Victoria, Gozo
Local arts and crafts gallery in Gozo.
15-17, Triq Lvant (East street), Valletta
Valletta Contemporary is a modern gallery based in Valletta. It organizes the exhibitions of various international and local artists.
St. James Counterguard, Vjal Nelson, Valletta
This gallery is dedicated to Victor Pasmore (1908-1998), a pioneer of British abstract art. It is situated in a gunpowder magazine, which has been converted into a permanent exhibition space.
It became possible thanks to a collaboration between The Victor Pasmore Foundation and The Central Bank of Malta. This gallery exhibits many of Pasmore’s works which have been in Malta and abroad.
Visiting Victor Pasmore gallery is a perfect escape from crowded Valletta. It is almost impossible to find this site by accidence, as it is situated in one of the fortification structures, away from the busy streets of Valletta.www.victorpasmoregallery.com
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