Adrastus Collection thanks the following museums and galleries for having exhibited our works at some point and for their support and contribution in one way or another.

MUSEUMS/BIENNIALS/FAIRS: Amsterdam, Netherlands, Stedelijk Museum; Annandale-on-Hudson, USA, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College; Berlin, Germany, Deutsche Guggenheim; Bolzano, Italy, Museion; Braunschweig, Germany, Kunstverein Braunschweig; Brooklyn, USA, Brooklyn Museum; Burgos, Spain, Monasterio de Santo Domingo de Silos; Champaign, USA, Krannert Art Museum; Chicago, USA, Smart Museum of Art, The University of Chicago; Comillas, Spain, Palacio de Sobrellano; Dallas, USA, Dallas Museum of Art; East Lansing, USA, Broad Art Museum, Michigan State University; Guadalajara, Mexico, Museo de Arte de Zapopan (MAZ); Hermosillo, Mexico, Museo de Arte de Sonora (MUSAS); Indianapolis, USA, Indianapolis Museum of Art; London, UK, Foyer Space, Camberwell College of Arts; London, UK, Tate Modern; Los Angeles, USA, Hammer Museum; Madrid, Spain, Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo (CA2M); Madrid, Spain, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia; Malaga, Spain, Centro de Arte Contemporaneo; Mexico City, Mexico, Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil; Mexico City, Mexico, Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Artes (MUCA-Roma); Mexico City, Mexico, Sala de Arte Publico Siqueiros (SAPS); Miami, USA, Miami Art Museum; Miami, USA, Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami; Middelburg, Netherlands, De Vleeshal; Minneapolis, USA, Midway Contemporary Art; Minneapolis, USA, Walker Art Center; Moscow, Russia, 2nd Moscow Bienniale of Contemporary Art; Naples, Italy, Fondazione Morra Greco; New York, USA, The Bronx Museum of Arts; New York, USA, Whitney Museum of American Art; Nice, France, Villa Arson; Oslo, Norway, Astrup Fearnley Museet; Paris, France, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris; Paris, France, Palais de Tokyo; Philadelphia, USA, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania; Prague, Czech Republic, Dox Centre for Contemporary Art; Puebla, Mexico, Museo Amparo; Reykjavik, Iceland, Reykjavik Art Museum; San Antonio, USA, Artpace; San Francisco, USA, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts; San Francisco, USA, San Francisco Art Institute; Sao Paulo, Brazil, 29th Bienal de Sao Paulo; St. Louis, USA, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis; Venice, Italy, 51st Venice Bienniale; Venice, Italy, 54th Venice Bienniale; Venice, Italy, 55th Venice Bienniale; Vienna, Austria, Secession; Zurich, Switzerland, Kunsthalle Zurich; New York, USA, New Museum; Rotterdam, Netherlands, Witte de With: Center for Contemporary Art; Berlin, Germany, 8th Berlin Bienniale; Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1st FotoBienalMASP; New York, USA, Whitney Biennial 2006: Day for Night; Madrid, Spain, ARCO; Basel, Switzerland, Art Basel; Miami, USA, Art Miami; Bogota, Colombia, ArtBO; Buenos Aires, Argentina, ArteBA; Miami, USA, Art Basel Miami; Paris, France, Choices Collectors Weekend; New York, USA, Frieze; Mexico City, Mexico, Zona Maco; Bonn, Germany, Bundeskunsthalle; Cartagena, Colombia, Claustro de la Merced; Berlin, Germany, Galerie Feinkost; Frankfurt, Germany, Instituto Cervantes de Fráncfort; Cologne, Germany, Kölnischer Kunstverein; Champaign, USA, Krannert Art Museum; Bregenz, Austria, Kunsthaus Bregenz; Madrid, Spain, La Casa Encendida; Paris, France, Louvre Museum; Maastricht,Netherlands, Marres; New York, USA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Los Angeles, USA, MoCA; Bogota, Colombia, Museo de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Mexico City, Mexico, Museo Tamayo; Sao Paulo, Brazil, Museu de Arte de São Paulo; Cologne, Germany, Museum Ludwing; Detroit, USA, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit; Venice, Italy, Palazzo Fortuny; Miami, USA, Pérez Art Museum Miami; Bogota, Colombia, Planetario de Bogotá; Leuven, Belgium, Stuk Museum; Tarrawarra, Australia, Tarra Warra Museum of Art; Berlin, Germany, Temporare Kunsthalle; Chicago, USA, The David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art; Bruxelles, Beligum, WIELS | Contemporary art centre; Toronto, Canada, The Power Plant; Nimes, France, Musée d’art contemporain de Nimes; Evora, Portugal, Fundação Eugénio de Almeida; Montreal, Canada, Museée d’Art Contemporain de Montreal; Aspen, USA, Aspen Art Museum; Linz, Austria, Offenes Kulturhaus Oberösterreich; London, United Kingdom, Art Derry; Paris, France, Frac îledeFrance; Mexico City, Mexico, Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC); Frankfurt, Germany, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt; Basel, Switzerland, Fondation Beyeler; Bordeaux, France, CAPC – musée d’art contemporain; Bilbao, Spain, Guggenheim; Cincinatti, USA, Contemporary Arts Center; New York, USA, New Museum; Chicago, USA, Museum of Contemporary Art; Madrid, Spain, La Fabrica; San Francisco, USA, SF MOMA; London, UK, Camden arts center.

GALLERIES: Barcelona/Madrid, Spain, Nogueras Blanchard; Copenhague, Denmark, Andersen’s Contemporary GMBH; Berlin, Germany, Carlier Gebauer GmbH; Brussels, Belgium, Galerie Jan Mot; Buenos Aires, Argentina, Ruth Benzacar; Chicago, USA, Richard Gray Gallery; Christchurch, New Zealand, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetu; French Antilles, France, Medium SARL; London, UK, Allsopp Contemporary; London, UK, Chisenhale Gallery; London, UK, Herald St.; London, UK, Phillips; London, UK, Riflemaker Contemporary Art; London, UK, Whitechapel Gallery; Los Angeles, USA, Christopher Grimes Gallery; Madrid, Spain, Travesía Cuatro; Mexico City, Mexico, Caja Blanca; Mexico City, Mexico, Désiré de Saint Phalle; Mexico City, Mexico, Galería Enrique Guerrero; Mexico City, Mexico, Kurimanzutto; Miami, USA, Ambrosino Gallery; Miami, USA, Buzzart; Miami, USA, David Castillo Gallery; Milan, Italy, ProjectB; Monterrey, Mexico, Galeria Ramis Barquet; Moscow, Russia, Regina Gallery; Munich, Germany, Galerie Ruediger Schoettle; Munich, Germany, Lothringer 13 Halle; New York, USA, Bonhams; New York, USA, Christie’s; New York, USA, Gagosian Gallery; New York, USA, Marc Jancou Contemporary / Marc Jancou Fine Art; New York, USA, Marian Goodman Gallery; New York, USA, Metro Pictures; New York, USA, Paula Cooper Gallery; New York, USA, Sotheby’s; New York, USA, Zach Feuer Gallery (LFL); Paris, France, Galerie Chantal Crousel; Paris, France, Galerie Jocelyn Wolff; Paris, France, gb agency; Paris, France, Sutton Lane; Paris, France, Kadist Art Foundation; Sao Paulo, Brazil, Galeria Fortes Vilaça; Sao Paulo, Brazil, Galeria Vermelho; Sao Paulo, Brazil, Thomas Cohn Gallery; Vienna, Austria, Galerie Martin Janda; Warsaw, Poland, Galeria Foksal; Berlin, Germany, CHERT Gallery; Buenos Aires, Argentina, Ignacio Liprandi; Lima, Peru, Revolver Galería; New York, USA, Murray Gallery;  Sao Paulo, Brazil, Galería Luisa Strina; Dallas, USA, Heritage Auction; Mexico City, Mexico, josegarcia, mx; Mexico, House of Gaga; Guayaquil, Ecuador, No-Minimo; Brussels, Belgium, Meessen De Clercq; London, UK, Rodeo; Torino, Italy, Galeria Franco Noero; Berlin, Germany, Lars Friedrich; Hannover, Germany, Galerie Koch; New York, USA, Macarrone; Amsterdam, Netherlands, Annet Gelink Gallery; Paris, France, Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie; New York, USA, Green Naftali; Ghent, Belgium, Kiosk Gallery; Seoul, South Korea, Kukje Gallery; Paris, France, Mor Charpentier; New Dehli, India, Nature Morte Gallery; Mexico City, Mexico, OMR; New York, USA, Sikkema Jenkins & Co.; New York, USA, Skarstedt; Tokyo, Japan, Taka Ishii Gallery; London, UK, Pace Gallery; Vancouver, Canada, Vancouver Contemporary Art Gallery; Manchester, United Kingdom, Manchester Art Gallery; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, A Gentil Carioca; New York, USA, 303 Gallery; Buenos Aires, Argentina, Galería Isla Flotante; New York, USA, Casey Kaplan; Deborah Schamomi, Munich, Germany; Tommy Simoens, Antwerp, Belgium; Londres, UK, Cabinet.

Some artworks from Adrastus Collection

In its continuous quest for expansion, the Adrastus Collection includes nearly 800 works by more than 150 artists from over 40 countries on 5 continents, such as Jonathas de Andrade (Brazil), Pawel Althamer (Poland), Ed Atkins (England), the Allora-Calzadilla collective (USA-Cuba-Puerto Rico), Leonor Antunes (Portugal), Nairy Baghramian (Iran), Yto Barrada (Morocco), Carol Bove (Switzerland), Kevin Beasley (USA), Abraham Cruzvillegas (Mexico), Tacita Dean (England), Lara Favaretto (Italy), Ryan Gander (England), Wade Guyton (USA), Pierre Huyghe (France), Petrit Halilaj (Kosovo), Iman Issa (Egypt), Alitja Kwade (Poland), David Noonan (Australia), Jim Lambie (Scotland), Louise Lawler (USA), Justin Lieberman (USA), Ibrahim Mahatma (Ghana), Steve McQueen (England), Roman Ondák (Slovakia), the Opavivará! (Brazil), Pratchaya Phinthong (Thailand), Seth Price (Jerusalem), Wilfredo Prieto (Cuba), Walid Raad (Lebanon), Pamela Rosenkranz (Switzerland), Vickie Pierre (Haiti), Anri Sala (Albania), Oscar Santillán (Ecuador), Wilhem Sasnal (Poland), Mariela Scafatti (Argentina), Tino Sehgal (India-Germany-England), Gabriel Sierra (Colombia), Nida Sinokrot (Palestine), Kelley Walker (USA), Christodoulos Panayiotou (Greece), Rirkrit Tiravanija (Thailand-Argentina), Adrián Villar Rojas (Argentina), Dahn Vo (Vietnam) and Akram Zaatari (Lebanon), among others who have had the ability to dislocate economic, political and cultural structures by introducing complex artistic resources.