The Art of Collecting

Lanzarote Art Gallery

Exhibition details
“The Art of Collecting

Due to its success, we are extending it until 21 May. Thank you very much for your support.

“The Art of Collecting”.
Collecting art, a tailor-made passion
“Collectors are happy people”, said Goethe. At Lanzarote Art Gallery your adventure can begin.
Just by looking at our website you will discover the answers to many questions and doubts you have always had, from the hand of prestigious experts in collecting.
Visit our art gallery or our online version, where you can see our artists, always happy to open the doors of their studios.
Lanzarote Art Gallery & Eduardo Fariña Art Collector, is a contemporary art gallery, a new way of making culture direct and close to society.
This project is a model of “Galería Viva”, a new concept, a dynamic and ephemeral gallery as a meeting point between different artistic disciplines in the same space.
A simple way to share our knowledge to make it easier to understand all artistic disciplines: Painting, Sculpture, Drawing, Engraving or Photography.
The result is therefore a parade of works of art, which are renewed every short period of time, giving us a complete vision of the works of our most important artists.
A great occasion to transmit our message as a Gallery and to show some of the most promising artists of our environment.
An important selection of works will be on display from 19 March to 14 May, 2021.
( M-F from 11:30-14:00 and 17:30-20:30 hours).
Lanzarote Art Gallery is an Art Gallery known for showcasing established and emerging talent in which to invest now in the creators who are shaping the way we consume design and art.
Prepare to see your surroundings from a new perspective, with the power of art that will lead you to understand the everyday and the minute in a simple way, on a journey through beauty.

Visita virtual

Lanzarote Art Gallery
Eduardo Fernández Fariña
Canary Islands Avenue 12
C.C Las Maretas- local 18-19
Costa Teguise
696 426 802 – 928229369


¡No se ha encontrado la galería!