Salón Comunal was conceived in 2013 in Bogotá by Colombian artists who imagined a gallery that could exist in a family home in a traditional neighborhood.
Since its inception, the gallery seeks to contribute to the circulation, exhibition, production, training and commercialization of contemporary art. The project started pointing the lack of institutional support for emerging artists in Colombia.
Thanks to an uninterrupted programming, there have been more than 100 exhibitions that have had the participation of renowned artists such as Eduardo Ramírez Villamizar, Antonio Caro, Beatriz Eugenia Díaz, Juan Mejía, Cecilia Ordóñez, Lucas Ospina, Carol Young, Gabriel Silva. The gallery represents Edelmira Boller, Mario Opazo, Mateo Cohen, Felipe Gonzales, Nestor Gutierrez, Cecilia Ordoñez, Sergio Ferro, Bernardo Montoya.
Communal Hall seeks to contribute to the circulation and exhibition of contemporary art. We strive to share experiences, information, time, energy, dialogue, and sow seeds for the production of knowledge.
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