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Latin American Art
 
Past exhibition
Now Exhibition
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From: June 8th to 13th, 2017 at 2F Art-Lobby
Organized by: PROMO-ARTE Gallery

Upcoming exhibition

“PERMANENT EXHIBITION LATIN AMERICAN ART6”
From: June 22th to July 4th, 2017 at 2F Art-Lobby
Organized by: PROMO-ARTE Gallery

Solo exhibition by Sandra Ramos
From: July 6th to 11th, 2017 at all 2nd floor
Organized by: PROMO-ARTE Gallery
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ANA MERCEDES HOYOS
Oil paintings Ana M Hoyos' oil painting work 200 x 200 cm has been published in the monthly magazine gModern Livingh edited on January 2017 thru introduction pages of best selected resort houses in 2017. These houses was selected by the great view location, good architecture design and an excellent interior design.

“The World of Signs by Hiraku Sato”

PROMO-ARTE is pleased to invite you to the first solo exhibition “The World of Signs by Hiraku Sato”, which will be held from June 13th to 30th., 2017 at the Art Gallery maCarena in Bogota, Colombia

Contemporary Calligrapher Hiraku Sato had a friendly relationship with Colombian artist Ana Mercedes Hoyos from 2005, will inaugurate the first individual exhibition in the gallery maCarena of Bogota with the conference on Japanese culture and workshops of introduction to the Japanese calligraphy for Children and adults, directed by Gonzalo Robledo, journalist and documentary filmmaker based in Tokyo.

Exhibition date:
June 13th(Tue.) - 30th(Fri.), 2017
Inauguration: June 13th(Tue.)and 14th(Wed.) from 6 p.m.
Place: SN maCarena Calle 26B no.3-47 Bogota D.C,

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Promo-Arte Gallery, established in 1988, is the first and only gallery in Japan to specialize in Latin American art and to offer exclusive representation for its leading artists.

Promo-Arte Gallery
, established in 1988, is the first and only gallery in Japan to specialize in Latin American art and to offer exclusive representation for its leading artists.
Located in Tokyo's trend-setting Omotesando neighborhood,
Promo-Arte Gallery is ideally situated at the crossroads of contemporary culture and the arts. Today, we are facing incredible changes in every field, including culture and the arts.
Latin America was once considered a distant area from Japan, but these days geographical distance need not cause any hindrance to cultural exchange.
The diversity and ethnicity of Latin American art is now studied worldwide by historians and scholars.
And it is our mission to make Latin American art accessible to the Japanese art world as well.

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“PERMANENT EXHIBITION LATIN AMERICAN ART4”
From: May 18th to June 13th, 2017 at 2F Art-Lobby
Organized by: PROMO-ARTE Gallery
“PERMANENT EXHIBITION LATIN AMERICAN ART3”
From: May 11th to May 16th, 2017 at all 2nd floor
Organized by: PROMO-ARTE Gallery
“PERMANENT EXHIBITION LATIN AMERICAN ART2”
From: May 4th to May 9th, 2017 at 2F Art-Lobby
Organized by: PROMO-ARTE Gallery
From: April 27th to May 2nd, 2017 at all 2nd floor
Organized by: PROMO-ARTE Gallery
From: April 20th to 25th, 2017 at all 2nd floor
Organized by: PROMO-ARTE Gallery

Gallery Artists

Here you can find more details on each Latin American artist and respective works for sale to whom we offer exclusive representation.



Nelson Dominguez, Cuba's most acclaimed artist and of the most representative artist of Latin American Art scene

Nelson Dominguez Ana Mercedes Hoyos, Colombia's most acclaimed artist and of the most representative artist in Latin American Art scene Ana Mercedes Hoyos



Eduardo Roca "Choco", Cuba's most acclaimed artist and of the most representative artist of Latin American Art scene

Eduardo Roca "Choco" Edison Osorio Zapata, 's most acclaimed artist and of the most representative artist in Latin American Art scene Edison Osorio Zapata


Sandra Ramos, Cuba's most acclaimed artist and of the most representative artist in Latin American Art scene

Sandra Ramos Julio Cesar Pena, Cuba's most acclaimed artist and of the most representative artist in Latin American Art scene Julio Cesar Pena


James Kudo, Brazil's most acclaimed artist and of the most representative artist in Latin American Art scene

James Kudo Abel Barroso, Cuba's most acclaimed artist and of the most representative artist in Latin American Art scene Abel Barroso




Roberto Mamani Mamani

Gustavo Velez
 

Carmen Carreno Yugo Mabe, Brazil's most acclaimed artist and of the most representative artist in Latin American Art scene Yugo Mabe


Yugo Mabe, Brazil's most acclaimed artist and of the most representative artist in Latin American Art scene

Horacio Carrena Yendris Patterson Ricardo Yendris Patterson Ricardo
  EduardoVela Lastra

Eduardo Vera Lastra Peter Wayne Lewis
  EduardoVela Lastra

Vera de Rivales Gustavo Von Ha
  Mario Velez

Mario Velez Nobara Catalina Hayakawa

Nobara Catalina Hayakawa
  Francisco Mejia-Guinand Kazuo Wakabayashi Kazuo Wakabayashi
   

 
Japanese Artists
         


Hiraku Sato Hiraku Sato Takashi yukawa Takashi Yukawa
Hiroshi Ikeda Hiroshi Ikeda Takahiro Watanabe Takahiro Watanabe
Guest Artists
         


Dario Ortiz

Dario Ortiz Moises Yagues

Moises Yagues
   

 
       
 
   


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