Galleries of Puerto Vallarta
Galleries proliferate in Vallarta, and many are well worthwhile places to visit.
The art community and gay community co-exist and together provide much of the bohemian feel that is Puerto Vallarta. The first gallery opened in the early 80's, and now there are 30 some galleries. Art of every description is exhibited in this beautiful city, from bohemian to Huichol, expressionistic to figurative.
Artisans from all around Mexico as well as the world bring their works to Vallarta. Artists whose work has been enjoyed for years as well as up-and-coming artists are featured.
During the "Art Season" from November to April the public is invited to attend cocktail receptions during "Art Walk" inaugurations. With maps in hand, patrons stroll from gallery to gallery enjoying the art of the Downtown and Marina galleries' art walks. In Puerto Vallarta we are fortunate to be able to enjoy the fruits of many artists' talents. It is a little Mecca for those who collect, study, or just take pleasure from viewing.
ART VallARTa is a unique concept space and facility where you are the creative participant. 1/2 a block off the South end of Olas Altas in the heart of the Romantic Zone next door to the San Franciscan ART Condo Complex ARTIST STUDIO SPACE AVAILABLE. Rates start at $75 per month. Ceramic, Painting, Glass and Theater.Read more
This Art Gallery was founded in 2010. Since its inception, works by both established artists and emerging talents have been exhibited.Read more
This gallery features two floors and over 5,300 square feet of display space of indigenous Mexican art, and it's unusually affordable.Read more
One of the leading Puerto Vallarta art galleries since 1987, Galeria Pacifico offers Mexican art with an emphasis on local painters. La Galeria has a new location, now at 259-C Hidalgo Street, but an office will remain until early 2024 at 182 Aldama Street next to the original location.Read more
Colectika Mexican Folk Art Gallery welcome's you to a world where skeletons come alive to celebrate life. Shaman converse with their Gods and nahuales shift from human to animal form under the light of the moon.