Christmas is just around the corner, but there is always time for a gallery visit… or a handful.

Featuring: Amsterdam, New York, London Los Angeles, Oslo and Copenhagen.

We have put together a (almost) walking art guide of inspiring shows during December and January in some of our favourite art cities around the world. If you happen to live in or are traveling to one of these vibrating hubs, you can visit all 5 shows in only one afternoon.

Walking art guide in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a great walking city. The 5 galleries cover only a distance of 2.7 km which will take you a little over half an hour to walk. During December and January, a great place to start would be Ellen de Bruijne Projects gallery.

Amsterdam Walking Art Guid

Walking art guide in New York

The first four galleries are located within 5 min walk of each other. We recommend starting with those and then finishing the art walk with Anna Zorina Gallery. It is either a 50 min walk, or a quick cab ride.

Walking art guide in London

The London guide is not really a walking tour, covering a distance of more then 13 miles. The last two galleries are situated in the center, but you might have to drive to the remaining three galleires. There are quite a line up of no-to-miss shows during December and January!

Walking art guide in Los Angeles

The LA art guide is not a walking-only guide… or it would take quite some time at least as the galleries are in two separate areas. You can start downtown with Ibid Gallery and then drive towards West Hollywood where you will finish the tour with David Kordansky Gallery.

Walking art guide in Oslo

Most of our featured galleries in Oslo are walking distance from the center. How about you start with the Standard (Oslo) gallery, walk through downtown and end at OSL contemporary? The walk itself should take you about 1h 15m.

Walking art guide in Copenhagen

The first two galleries in Copenhagen are in the outskirts of Nørrebro neighborhood. From there you can walk or drive downtown to visit the remaining three galleries.

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