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Galería Rullán

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Galería Rullán
Photo courtesy of the Galería Rullán Facebook Page.

Galería Rullán on Insurgentes Norte

A non-profit space, Galería Rullán opened with the hopes of supporting Mexican and international artists. Now running a regular exhibition and opening-party schedule, it’s a surprisingly successful space. It’s also, quite often very well attended.

For nearly ten years, their annual group show has been one of the most important for the sector of commercial and decorative arts. Now displaying a simply astonishing number of artists, they also show no sign of slowing down. Even for the particularly high-minded art-set, there’s nearly always something to inspire, to surprise, or to charm.

A mere stone’s throw across Avenida Insurgentes from the Sunday Jardin del Arte art tianguis, you’ll find a similar work by many artists. It’s also playing its part bridging the space between the whitehot San Rafael art scene and the equally trendy Tabacalera neighbrohood.  But the Galería Rullán also gives you the personalized service that comes from knowing and working with all the artists whose work they are selling. Many are dedicated, and many more are simply astonishingly good at what they do. For all that, it’s always quite a different gallery.

The gallery is open weekdays from 11 a.m. till 2:30 p.m. and from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

How to get here

Nearby

Mexican Senate Building

Nearest at 0.14 kms.

FONART Reforma

Nearest at 0.25 kms.

Cuauhtémoc Monument & Glorieta

Nearest at 0.27 kms.

Monumento a la Madre

Nearest at 0.29 kms.

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