Latin American Art





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BOND LATIN GALLERY

The Bond Latin Gallery is located in San Francisco, California and was established in 1988 by Latin American art expert, Robert Mc Donald. The mission of the gallery is to showcase Latin American art in the United States. The gallery achieves this by representing both contemporary artists and Latin masters through in house shows and by collaborating with museums and documentary film makers. The Bond Latin gallery works directly with the artists it represents, and with collectors and estates wanting to sell or expand their collection. Feel free to contact the gallery to inquire about any particular Latin artist you are looking to cosign, sell, or collect.

carlos merida

Carlos Merida

This painting depicts the Dance of the Old Men of Michoacan, also known as “La Danza de los Viejitos” (The Dance of the Little Old Men)...

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rufino tamayo

Drawing by Rufino Tamayo

...but later I realized that it was a drawing for part of a larger painting done in 1929...

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Alejandro Santiago

Cochineal on Amate

The way that he created the beautiful skulls and decorations is somewhat of a mystery...

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Laura Hernandez

Laura Hernandez

In Latin, the word Omnia means “all things change and we change with them.”

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Fred Kabotie

Fred Kabotie

As a child he rebelled against school because he felt he was being forced to adopt the ‘white mans ways’ and told to forget his Hopi Indian heritage.

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armando morales

Armando Morales

...the way that the hills and the plains are echoed by the woman’s body – the woman becomes an essential part of the landscape.

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ricardo martinez

"Man with Gourd"

... its got this wonderful, surreal element to it, which you don’t find in all of Ricardo Martinez’s works.

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rafael coronel

"Mi Tia"

... its got this wonderful, surreal element to it, which you don’t find in all of Ricardo Martinez’s works.

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alejandro santiago

Amate and Cochineal

...his grandmother, an Indian healer – who taught Alejandro all the old traditional ways of working with plants and natural materials.

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ricardo martinez de hoyos

"Woman Grinding Corn"

...which gives the painting a very soft quality, like the paint is almost a stain coming out of the canvas itself.

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miguel covarrubias

Miguel Covarrubias

In Mexico, Covarrubias introduced Rolanda to his friends, Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo.

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orozco

"Franciscan and the Indian"

...you have this wonderful embracing tenderness of the priest toward the Indian. But on the other hand it could also be evocative of the all powerful church showing complete dominance over the people it has conquered.

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Alejandro Santiago

Aljeandro Santiago 2000

There’s a wonderful drama between the two figures..

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