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Contemporary fine Mexican art exclusively,
with one of the largest and more impressive collections of paintings,
Founded by partners Jean Pierre Renucci
and Jose A. Villavicencio in 2002
The Galeria Corsica (facebook) team is made up of people
from diverse origins who share a passion for art
Located three blocks up from the downtown
Hours of operation: Mon-Sat, 10am-9pm, except Weds, open until 10pm for the Art Walk
Promotion for a November exposition for artist Antonio Castro Lopez
Pictures thanks to the friendly folks at the Galeria Corsica and to others
Actor Andrés Zuni visits the Galeria Corsica
Bronze sculptures from Vladimir Cora, one of the prominent artists displaying his work at the Corsica.
Cora is a Mexican painter and sculptor, born in Acaponeta, Nayarit in 1951.
Among his works are portraits, sculptures, paintings and drawings.
He is internationally recognized and has had some 150 solo and collective exhibitions.
The inner courtyard at the Guadalupe Sanchez gallery displaying paintings and sculptures
"Adan y Eva", Adam and Eve, by Olga Chorro, 2010.
Grafito y acrílico sobre papel 160 x 120 cm
Towers of Vallarta and little cats, 'Torres de Vallarta y gatitios', 120 x 120 cm, by well-known local artist Ada Colorina (Dec 2016).
She was born in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco in 1970
and has been active on the art scene here in town for many years.
The Kissing Doors by Noe Katz, from November 2016.
Katz was born in Mexico City in 1953 and has ventured into drawing, sculpture, painting and mural works.
Interior photo showing some Galeria Corsica paintings and sculptures, fine art June 2014
Gina Daboud was born in Mexico City, she is a member of the Society of Plastic Artists.
She has had exhibitions in: Latin America, Europe, the USA and Asia.
Ana Fuentes, The Secret Garden series
Nice representation of some of the fine art sculptures on display at the Corsica Gallery