Hardcore Art Contemporary Space

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Wynwood, Wynwood Art District, mixed-media, pop, installation, video-art, landscape, performance, surrealism, photography, digital, graffiti/street-art, figurative, conceptual, sculpture, exhibition/performance
Hardcore Art Contemporary Space

Hardcore Art Contemporary Space opened its doors in late 2005. The gallery took its name from the exhibition “Hardcore: art towards a new activism”, curated by Jerome Sans, curator and former director of Palais de Tokio (2003).

HACS presents the work of local and international artists who use innovative and provocative mediums to raise questions about our post-contemporary society.

The gallery focuses on projects that touch on present universal subject matters as genetics, ecological issues, gender, identity, urban, pop culture and global mainstream, among a few.

The gallery participates and supports art fairs in cities across the world.