Eat Meat Review
As its name suggests, Eat Meat gallery likes to provoke and scandalize. The brainchild of the local painter Rai Escalé, this isn't principally a commercial gallery but a nonprofit cultural association designed to support the less conventional outgrowth of contemporary art (works are still for sale though). In short, Eat Meat deals with the darker corners of the human body and soul, illustrated aptly by the haunting works of young painters like Milos Koptak, Kinki Texas, or Eva Alonso. It caters to a narrowly defined taste, but if it's yours, there's no better place for a purchase.