Redsheep Gallery is dedicated to exhibit the latest works of contemporary art. We don’t want to follow the old traditions of how a gallery works and want a close contact with artists and give them the options and possibilities to choose where to exhibit and how. They are in a network and choose themselves how much help and exposure from the gallery they want. There is always curators and marketing people to help and give advice.

We believe that showing artist and their art around the world is more important than to have an art gallery on the right street in the right city.

Our gallery is able to operate at the forefront of the most dynamic international markets. Interactions with artists allow us to explore the latest cultural evolutions in the world of art. Redsheep Gallery encourage emerging artists and talented artists.

The gallery exhibits regularly for pop-up shows at art spaces and art fairs

Our gallery is an exhibition platform offering emerging and established artists the opportunity to showcase their work in a professional art gallery.
Helping artists gain exposure in the main capitals of the art world.

Upcoming Exhibition


November 2019, Malaga, Spain

Indipendent Art Fair

Friday, March 6,  2020
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Sunday, March 8, 2020

Discovery Art Fair Cologne

Save the date | April 24th to 26th, 2020 | Opening April 23th, 2020
XPOST in Cologne | Gladbacher Wall 5, 50670 Cologne

The eighth edition of Frieze New York will take place at Randall’s Island Park from May 2-5, 2019.

In 2019, the fair will showcase new galleries from across the world, virtual reality, self-taught artists and Latin American art. Other sections return, including Frame, with emerging galleries from across the world to present solo projects and Spotlight, also showing solo presentations, from Alex Katz to Elvira Bach to Paul Nash, highlighting 20th-century pioneers.

VOLTA New York 2019 Edition Postponed

Due to extraordinary circumstances beyond our control, VOLTA New York has been postponed for 2019.

On February 20, the City of New York notified our parent company that significant portions of Pier 92 — one of The Armory Show’s two piers (traditionally housed on 94 and 92) — were not structurally sound and would therefore not be accessible for their fair to take place. Following immediate work to identify a safe, alternative location and after considering all feasible options, the majority of Pier 92 exhibitions and activations will relocate to Pier 90. The consensus reached from this intense investigation into alternative venues left VOLTA with the most favorable and realistic solution to postpone its New York operations until next year.