Paris – France

35 avenue Matignon
Paris 75008

Founded by ANNA DIMITROVA and AXEL RONDOUIN, this spacious space – on two floors – is taking part in the renewal and internationalism of the Parisian galleries, thus insufflating a fresh wind on the Parisian art scene.

This city being a landmark in the art scene as well as a major place for artists to gain recognition, it is in Paris that ADDA & SARTO gallery decided to settle down, at the heart of the Triangle d’Or in the VIII Arrondissement, 35 Avenue Matignon.

The exhibitions mainly focus on Street Art and Graffiti, as well as on young contemporary creations, such as Photography, Pop surrealism and Comics. The main aim being to present and defend art movements and artists who are starting to gain recognition in the contemporary art scene.


Avenida es Caló, 72
07829 Sant Josep de Sa Talaia
Bahia de San Antonio, Ibiza, Islas Baleares

ADDA Gallery is a contemporary art space founded in 2015 that features special exhibitions in various cities worldwide.
ADDA Gallery presents contemporary artists with a focus on these already established who come from urban art.

Barcelona – Spain

Calle Comercio 6
08003 Barcelona

First gallery dedicated to urban art and graffiti, Montana Gallery Barcelona was born in 2007, inspired by Montana Colors (the most used spray paint brand by artists worldwide) with the aim of showing the talent of both young, national artists and the international scene.
Directed since 2010 by Anna Dimitrova, the gallery has made known some of the great figures in urban art nowadays. Os Gemeos, David Choe, Aryz, Inti, Etam Cru, Okuda, Ernest Zacharevic, Escif, Mark Bodé, Sebas Velasco, Smithe, Levalet among others.