SLATOPARRA was born from the partnership between Leonor Parra, founder of Carré Latin in Paris, the only festival dedicated to the promotion of the Latin American art scene, and Alex Slato, an expert in Latin American art with over 30 years of experience and former director of the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) in Long Beach, California. Combining their extensive experience, Leonor and Alex have set up SLATOPARRA as an friendly exhibition space strengthening the long-standing relationship between the Parisian art scene and Latin American artists, bringing art works from Central and South America and the Hispanic Caribbean to the European public. SLATOPARRA desires to fortify its position as an essential space which would exclusively be dedicated to showcasing the work of modern and contemporary Latin American artists.

Located in the prestigious Matignon district (6 avenue Delcassé, 75008, Paris), the SLATOPARRA gallery offers both a selection of new contemporary works, as well as second-hand pieces from Latin America by combining an exhibition calendar with a schedule filled with activities, such as lectures, film screenings, readings, discussions… thus reinforcing its mission to promote dialogue regarding Latin American artistic and cultural expressions and contributing to the legitimization of these artists in the international market.

SLATOPARRA does its utmost to put its knowledge and resources to the disposition of the community, thus strengthening the close link between artists, collectors and institutions.

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