MEXICO CITY GALLERIES

Mexico City is one of the biggest cities in the world–and it’s not just the altitude that makes you a bit dizzy. The chaotic streets swoon with lawless traffic and lurid colors. As the oldest capital in North America, Mexico City has a long-standing tradition of great art and great art galleries. While gallery hopping here can be a daunting prospect, PotatoMike has whittled it down to some of the best, most innovative and inspirational galleries in town.


Kurimanzutto

Kurimanzutto
Gob. Rafael Rebollar 94, Miguel Hidalgo, San Miguel. Chapultepec I Secc, 11850 Ciudad de México, CDMX/ kurimanzutto.com
Tuesday-Thursday, 11 AM-6 PM; Friday-Saturday, 11 AM-4 PM

From begining Kurimanzutto decided to promote career of artists. Gallery had first exhibition Titled "Market economy" in 1999.

 
 
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Galeria Enrique Guerrero
General Juan Cano 103, Colonia San Miguel Chapultepec. México city . 11850/ 52805183/ galeriaenriqueguerrero.com
Monday- Friday, 10 AM- 3 PM & 4 PM-7 PM; Saturday, 11 AM- 2 PM


Established in 1997. Now a day the Gallery represents a selected group of young artists that explore the diverse medias of the visual arts: painting, sculpture, photography, video, performance and installation. 

 
 
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Lulu
Bajío 231, the red door (corner of Manzanillo)/ 55 3334 9715/ luludf.com
Saturday, 2 PM-6 PM & by appointment

Lulu is an independent project space located in Mexico City, founded and directed by artist Martin Soto Climent and independent curator Chris Sharp.

 

 
 

LABOR
Del. Miguel Hidalgo 11830, Mexico City/ 52.55.6304 8755/ labor.org.mx
Monday – Thursday, 11 AM-6 PM; Friday, 11 AM-4 PM; Saturday, 11 AM-3 PM & by appointment

LABOR emerges out of the desire to reinvigorate artistic and cultural development in Mexico City, striving to produce cultural capital that reflects the multiple relationships between art and life. LABOR assumes the form of a contemporary art gallery, yet it breaks from archetypal notions of what a commercial gallery should be. It seeks to distance itself from the sphere of consumption and artistic hedonism, with the goal of creating, in the near future, a sustainable cultural economy that strengthens the essence of contemporary artistic labor.
 

 
 

Galería OMR
Calle Córdoba 100, Cuauhtémoc, Roma Nte., 06700 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico/ 52 55 5207 1080/ www.galeriaomr.com

Galería OMR is a contemporary art gallery located in Mexico City. Galería OMR was founded in 1983 by its principals Patricia Ortiz Monasterio and Jaime Riestra. The gallery is located in the Roma district which is now recognized as the leading art scene area in Mexico City. The gallery represents emerging and established contemporary artists, and it is the exclusive representative of the estates of Adolfo Riestra and Luis Ortiz Monasterio, and Alberto Gironella. Since its beginning, Galería OMR has been a major influence on the arts in Mexico, showing avant-garde artists that have now become some of the referential points of the Mexican art scene.