San Miguel de Allende offers art galleries, fashion, gastronomy and hospitality

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At the contemporary art gallery “Moyshen Gallery” you can appreciate works by great national and international masters of great renown such as Rafael Coronel, José Luis Cuevas, Pedro Friedeberg, and many more

San Miguel de Allende is not only the Best Small City in the World for its people, its warmth and its unique architecture, but it also offers a glimpse into art, fashion, gastronomy and its hospitality.

With the tourism strategy of the Municipal Administration, The Best Heritage City of Mexico is positioned as one of the most important in the country and the world to exhibit countless galleries, with innovative and unique styles for all tastes, that are a must in San Miguel, that expose from pre-Hispanic to international art.

At the “Ted Davis Gallery” you can witness the main Fine Arts photography gallery in San Miguel de Allende. Surely the question is: who was Ted Davis? He, for twenty years, dedicated himself to capturing fantastic photographs in Hollywood and worked as a film and television actor. His solo exhibitions have reached New York, Los Angeles, Mexico City, the US Virgin Islands, and several of his works have traveled to Europe, with the annual international print exhibitions of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain. In addition, his photographs have been published in The New York Times, Architectural Digest, Gentry Destinations, Caribbean Travel & Life, Islands, St. Croix This Week and many others.

The “Alejandro Trejo” gallery is 100 percent Mexican artist, native of San Miguel de Allende, who since childhood showed interest in the plastic arts and his talent led him to study at the School of Fine Arts and at the Allende Institute in his hometown. His murals have been in charge of coloring much of Mexico and the United States, such is the case of Mérida, Guadalajara, Zipolite, Irapuato, CDMX, Puerto Vallarta, Acapulco, Guanajuato, Querétaro, New York, Houston and, of course, San Miguel de Allende. He is, without a doubt, one of the most iconic young talents of this city.

At the “NUDO Gallery”, fantastic place, contemporary and modern art by emerging Mexican artists is exhibited. It was founded in 2008, by Alcides Fortes, together with the artist Alejandro Santiago, who, through the search for resources, supported the massive sculptural work 2501 Migrants. This art gallery has been constant in the dissemination of the artistic work of the more than 20 artists it represents. Its artistic selection is divided into three factors: the avant-garde spirit, individualism and the ability to enter into dialogue with the viewer. Currently, you can also enjoy Romeo V. Tabuena Showroom, a space exclusively dedicated to the Filipino artist who resided in San Miguel de Allende since 1955, characterized by his inspiration in neo-cubist currents.

At the contemporary art gallery “Moyshen Gallery” you can appreciate works by great national and international masters of great renown such as Rafael Coronel, José Luis Cuevas, Pedro Friedeberg, and many more. As well as artists with a strong career in the World of Visual Art, such as Moyshen, Josh Rowell, Ángel Velásquez, Ana Rivera and Fernanda Guevara. On the other hand, you will find art with excellent plastic invoice, by artists such as Mario Kon, Lilliam González, Guillermo Azuela, Karina Puente, Jorge Serrato and Betzabé Diaz.

At the “Mario Oliva” studio you can witness the current proposal of the artist from Guadalajara, Jalisco. Mario Oliva studied Visual Arts and currently resides in the city of San Miguel de Allende, where for thirteen years he has his Studio and Gallery space, located in Fábrica La Aurora, Art and Design Center, known for being one of the main

Source: La Silla Rota