Sculptures and Ceramics Fill The Biaggi-Faure Gallery
The Biaggi-Faure Fine Art Gallery was created in 1989 by Gail Biaggi and Carlos Faure. The gallery was created on the concept of sharing the energy and immense richness of Puerto Rican art with the world and, thus far, it has certainly managed to do so. Currently the gallery is directed by both founders who both have a Masters Degree in Business Administration as well as a true passion for the collection and appreciation of modern and contemporary art. Both work hard at encouraging the artistic talents of local artists as well as at providing honest consulting which leads to excellent customer service.
Each of the artists represented by the Biaggi-Faure Fine Art Gallery have been carefully selected from amongst both renowned masters as well as aspiring youngsters. All the artists exhibit large amounts of talent and produce top quality artworks. Choosing such different artists also results in a variety of art, so serious art investors can be certain that they will find something that they like. And, if they like the artist’s work but are looking for something specific, many of the artists are happy to work on a commission basis. Currently the gallery displays paintings, sculpture and ceramics so there truly is plenty of variety to keep buyers spoiled for choice. The painters that are presently associated with the gallery include Máximo Caminero, Mila Jiménez Previdi, Edwin Maurás, Quetzalcoatl and Javier David Ramos. Sculptors include Rafael Cabrera Díaz and Harak Rubio while Margarita Marini does most of the ceramic work on display at the gallery.
So far seventeen years of experience has proven to reap rich rewards for the Biaggi-Faure team. The gallery is currently recognized as being one of the most dynamic art companies in the country – one that continually displays art of exceptional quality and diversity. It has also played a large role in the development of the Puerto Rican art industry and has been much praised as a result. So if you are just looking around or you are a serious investor, why not visit the 4000 square feet gallery in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and have a look around. It is open between 10:00 and 18:00 Monday to Friday and on Saturdays from 12:00 to 17:00.