SANTA DOMINGO GALLERIES
Calle Arzobispo Nouel, Santo Domingo 10210/809.689.0842/ casaquien.com
Wed to Sun 11:00 a.m - 7:00 p.m
Casa Quien is a space managed by artists. It is a stage dedicated to the development and production of contemporary meaning, located in a sixteenth century house in the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. It was founded by the artist Amy Hussein with the aim of serving as a platform for support, promotion and diffusion to emerging artistic production. In addition, Casa Quien also intends to contribute to the establishment of a forum for curatorial work and a base of collectors and enthusiasts for this scene. In 2015, Casa Quien was nominated by the Dominican Critic's Association Premios de la Crítica as an "Institutional Initiative". In 2016 it was Featured by the New York Times Travel in the article "36 Hours in Santo Domingo" by Nell McShane Wulfhart.
Shanell Fine Art
Ave. George Washington No. 500, 2do. Nivel, Local 201-B, Gazcue, Santo Domingo, República Dominicana, 10205./ (809) 685-5817/ galeriadearteshanell.com
Shanell Art Gallery is devoted to selling original artwork Dominican artists, such as paintings, sculptures, murals, drawings, watercolors and serigraphs autographed. Directed by its owner, Mr. Luis Felipe Cartagena, with over fifteen years experience in the sale and purchase of works of art Dominican supporting our work and seriousness. Gallery also provide advisory services, all framed, installation, packaging and international shipping of artworks.
Galería Mesa Fine Art
Av. Roberto Pastoriza 356, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic/ 1 809-565-6060/
Monday - Friday 9am - 8pm, Saturday 9am - 6pm
Mesa Fine Art is an art gallery from the Dominican Republic that promotes national and foreign artists of the XX century - XXI among Dominican collectors and the rest of the world.
Arte San Ramón
Av. Abraham Lincoln 1054, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic/ en.artesanramon.net
Monday - Friday 8am - 7pm, Saturday 8am - 6pm
Sergio Ferreira and Amanda López Álvarez de Ferreira were the founders of Art San Ramón, one of the pioneers of the country in the framing business. Both of Spanish origin, established in Santo Domingo dedicated since 1967 until the year 2000.
In 2002, his son Sergio Ferreira Lopez with his wife Susy Guzmán take the executives positions in Arte San Ramón, continuing the uninterrupted work of 50 years of full dedication of the company.