Galería Hispánica Contemporánea participating
Galería Hispánica Contemporánea
Programa General B1
Managers: Miguel de las Heras Revilla y Ángel de las Heras Revilla
Madrid - Mexico DF, España
The Galería Hispánica of Madrid has its origin with Hispánica de Bibliofilia, publisher of original engravings and Artists’ Books constituted in 1980 by Angel de las Heras Pérez. Hispánica de Bibliofilia participated in the first three editions of ARCO and the first twenty editions of Estampa fair in Madrid. To date, it has edited twenty illustrated books and more than five hundred original prints by some of the most important contemporary artists of the national artistic scene of that time: Eduardo Naranjo, José Caballero, José Hernández, Joaquín Capa, José Guinovart, Jorge Castillo, Rafael Canogar, Luis Gordillo, Luis Feito, Manolo Valdés, etc.
In 2001, Galería Hispánica was established, covering a higher number of artistic disciplines and expanding the range of artists, of which it maintains a permanent collection of the historical avant-gardes, Schools of Paris and Madrid, Grupo El Paso and Dau al Set, among others.