Established in Mexico City in 2012, Galería Hispánica was born as a complement to the Madrid gallery, to promote the work mainly of Spanish and Mexican artists in Latin America, taking Mexico City as its base, as well as bringing the work of some American artists to Spain. Galería Hispánica, works with contemporary, consecrated, or mid-career Spanish and American artists, establishing collaborations and exchanges with other galleries, both in Latin America and the United States. Our gallery has an annual program of exhibitions of emerging artists, as well as other more established ones. Photography, original graphic work, painting, sculpture, or installations have a place in our space in Colonia Roma Norte, in Mexico City.
The Galería Hispánica de Madrid originated with Hispánica de Bibliofilia, a publisher of original etchings and Artist Books established in 1980. Hispánica de Bibliofilia participated in the first 3 editions of ARCO, in the first 20 Stamp Fairs in Madrid, and in practically all the International Book Fairs of the Palacio de Minería (CDMX), Guadalajara (Mx), Madrid or Frankfurt until 2007. To date, it has published twenty illustrated books and more than five hundred original engravings by some of the most relevant contemporary artists of the world. national artistic scene at that time: Eduardo Naranjo, José Caballero, José Hernández, Joaquín Capa, José Guinovart, Jorge Castillo, Rafael Canogar, Luís Gordillo, Luis Feito, Manolo Valdés, etc. In 2001, Galería Hispánica was established, encompassing a greater number of artistic disciplines and expanding the range of artists from which it maintained a permanent gallery collection: Historical Vanguards, Paris and Madrid Schools, Grupo El Paso, Dau al Set, etc., but also working with current established or mid-career artists. Hispánica also collaborates with national and international editors, artists, and galleries for the dissemination of their works in our country.