The gallery opened its doors in London in June 1995 with a program of contemporary art, including projects by X-Art Foundation, Martin Creed, Simon Martin and Thomas Ruff. Since February 1996, when it transferred to Madrid, the gallery’s goal has been to show a program that alternates between presenting the work of young artists and exhibitions by more established figures to give a complementary view of the scope of contemporary art.
In November 2010, the gallery moved from downtown Madrid to an exceptional building designed by renowned architectural firm Vicens + Ramos, situated in a privileged location right at the edge of El Pardo national park, in La Florida, Madrid.
Since February 2011 the gallery has operated exclusively in this new space, where it aims to present a dynamic program of both emerging and recognized artists.
In September 2013 Fer Franc s joined the gallery as a partner, performing a series of curated projects and exhibitions that have enriched the program of the gallery with national and international artists, both young and recognized.
The gallery participates in various international fairs since its inception, having seen increased its presence in them in recent years.