Located in the Malasaña district in the heart of Madrid, our gallery represents and promotes more than 25 Spanish and international artists with regular shows in our two exhibition rooms. Stock works are on permanent display, so visitors can admire and purchase pieces by our artists at any time.
La Fiambrera Art Gallery opened in 2014 as a gallery specialising in so-called Lowbrow art and all other forms of pop culture, street art and illustration. We represent artists who exhibit the highest standards of quality and consistency in their creative output and professional career, but we are also open to the proposals of young artists that meet our stringent selection criteria.
La Fiambrera attends international art fairs to promote our artists’ work outside the gallery.
La Fiambrera was born when Maite Valderrama and Ruth López-Diéguez, after working together on several museum projects, decided to open their own gallery in Madrid and use their extensive experience to showcase the work of their favourite artists.
Maite has bachelor’s degrees in Antiques and Business Administration & Finance and a master’s in Exhibition Management & Production. She has spent most of her career in the field of museography, coordinating content and producing temporary and permanent exhibitions for the Museo Nacional del Prado, the Cathedral of Toledo, Museo de Barbastro, Fundación Mapfre, Museo de Teruel, Museo Arqueológico de Córdoba, Museo Arqueológico de Asturias, Fundación Telefónica and many other institutions.
Ruth has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a master’s in Museum Studies & Exhibition Design, with a speciality in Cultural Management. She has explored various artistic arenas in the course of her professional life, having worked as manager of the gallery La Fábrica, director of Fundación Alberto Jiménez-Arellano Alonso, and coordinator of museography projects at venues such as Museo Pablo Gargallo, Museo Pablo Serrano, Museo Arqueológico de Asturias, Fundació “la Caixa” and Fundación Telefónica.
Maite Valderrama Arango & Ruth López-Diéguez
Graphic Design & Production:
Benjamín Santos Navarro
Communications & Press: