Ascaso Gallery


Jesús Rafael Soto. Penetrable Azul, 1999. Pigmented wood and Plastic. 276 x 930 x 275 cm / 109 x 366.1 x 108.2 in

Ascaso Gallery

Ascaso Gallery was founded in Valencia and Caracas, Venezuela, in 1989, quickly becoming one of the most relevant Latin American galleries in the Americas. In 2010, Ascaso Gallery opened up a third place in Miami's Wynwood Arts District, and in July 2019 moved to a new 11,500-square-foot space in Downtown Miami, near The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and just a few blocks north of the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM).
Each year, these spaces house individual, collective, anthological, generic and retrospective shows and other proposals, endorsed by first-rate curatorial work and complemented with catalogs and other publications dedicated to artists such as Jesús Rafael Soto, Carlos Cruz Diez, Luis Tomasello, Victor Vasarely, Oswaldo Vigas, Fernando Botero, Julio Larraz, Francisco José Narváez, Manolo Valdés, Armando Reverón, Ignacio Iturria, Rafael Barrios, Carlos Medina, among others. Also, the gallery takes part in several international art fairs such as Art Miami, Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, Art Wynwood, Expo Chicago, and The Armory Show in New York.

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