Lucia De La Puente Galeria
Lima, Paseo Sáenz Peña, in Barranco district /
Monday, Tuesday, Thuersday, Friday 11:30 am – 8:00 pm

Lucia de la Puente Galeria de arte is one of Peru’s most prestigious and highly regarded contemporary art galleries. Situated in the bohemian arts district of Barranco, the multi-floor exhibition space inside a fully renovated historical mansion plays host to works from cutting-edge Peruvian artists such as Aldo Chaparro, Ramiro Llona and Mariella Agois. The in-house café makes for the perfect refueling station from a day of heavy art watching.


PUNA Tienda Galería
Pedro de Osma 106, Distrito de Barranco 15063, Peru/ 51 1 4774065/ 
Tuesday - Sunday 11am - 8pm

Open since August 2010 in the historic center of Cusco with the first proposal of store gallery of art and design in that city. The project was born with the interest of creating a new alternative, bringing together the work of the best artists, musicians and designers of the country; Decentralizing the market of modern art outside the capital. The idea was to give the public the opportunity to get to know the latest art scene, not only inside the store, but also through art exhibitions and cultural events in Cusco produced by Puna. Today, Puna, in Lima PERU has a privileged space of 200 m2. The facilities are reborn from the rehabilitation of an old barranque house of the period. The remodeling and concept of the store was in charge of the creative direction of the same studio.


Yvonne Sanguineti Galería de Arte
Avenida Grau, Av. Almte. Miguel Grau 810, Distrito de Barranco LIMA 4, Peru/ 51 1 2472999/
Monday - Saturday 11am - 8pm

The Yvonne Sanguineti Art Gallery, located in the traditional district of Barranco, has since its foundation developed activities related to the dissemination, promotion and advice on art subjects, as well as the commercialization of plastic arts objects.


Artesanías Las Pallas
Cajamarca 212, Distrito de Barranco 15063, Peru/ 51 1 4774629
Monday - Saturday 10am - 7pm

Las Pallas helps preserving genuine indigenous crafts alive. By recognizing the difference between the cheap and mass produced freely available elsewhere and the beauties made in the traditional way, Mari Solari is helping towards the survival of hundreds of small artisans dotted around Peru. Without a market for their wares they will soon disappear.


Saenz Peña 295, Distrito de Barranco 15063, Peru/ 51 1 6525400/
Monday - Saturday 10am - 8pm, Sunday 11am - 7p

For more than twenty years, Dédalo Arte y Artesanía is a refreshing oasis of culture. Located in Barranco, Lima's bohemian neighborhood, the shop and gallery has become a must stop for anyone interested in seeing art