Boccara Art Galleries
BOCCARA ART is a global network of Modern and Contemporary Fine Art Galleries and exhibition spaces, showcasing work by established artists of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Currently BOCCARA ART Galleries are based in Miami, New York, Brooklyn and Monterrey, with several exhibition spaces and representatives in Chicago, Seoul, Hong Kong and London (BOCCARA FINE ART).
BOCCARA ART's main office, also serving as an exhibition space, is located in central Manhattan at 130 West 56th Street.
The BOCCARA ART Brooklyn Gallery is minutes away from lower Manhattan, located at 198 24th Street in Brooklyn, and features an impressive two-floor exhibition space spanning nearly 3,000 ft2.
The BOCCARA ART Miami Gallery is situated at 1605 Northeast 2nd Avenue, between Wynwood District and 1 Herald Plaza - home to the famous Art Miami, Art Wynwood and Miami Yacht Shows.
The BOCCARA ART Mexico Gallery, specializing in Latin American and Asian art, is located in one of the most vibrant areas of Monterrey at Gral Vincent Guerrero 142-A, Casco Urbano at the center of San Pedro Garza Garcia.
With its museum-like quality, BOCCARA ART Galleries highlight an important collection of historically influential artists, while simultaneously dedicating its spaces to emerging artists as well.
Since 2007, under direction of it's current owners Liubov Belousova, Matthew Barash and Cesar Sanchez, BOCCARA ART Galleries invested significantly in engaging the local art scenes where BOCCARA ART had a presence. For this reason, every gallery of the group was encouraged to source artists locally and share their work with the other branches.
In addition to the extensive and varied curated programme of exhibitions within it's galleries and exhibition spaces, BOCCARA ART participates in over 15 major international Art Fairs each year, including those in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Palm Beach, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Seoul, Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Jul 23 – Sep 4, 2020
Jul 22 – Sep 3, 2020
1978 · United Kingdom
1920 · China
1965 · Republic of Korea
1930 - 2002 · France
1906 - 1997 · Hungary
1975 · Switzerland