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Bordello Galeria—Closing Party

By Nicolas Santiago

Friday, October 13, will be the last day to see and purchase remarkable works of art by three highly acclaimed artists. Coming to San Miguel from distinct cultural backgrounds, they represent a wide range of styles—impressionism, surrealism, Mexican muralism, and magical realism. These fascinating works are currently being shown at Casa de la Noche, home of the Bordello Galeria.

For tourists, the space itself is worth seeing. What presently functions as a boutique hotel and gallery was an actual bordello about a half century ago. There are still photos of some of the working girls on one of the walls. Every room has abundant Mexican charm, superbly decorated with traditional arts and crafts.

These events honor featured artists Manuel Pinon, Candelario Vazquez, and Andrew Osta.

Pinon and Candelario will be taking their museum-quality works back to the city of Durango immediately after the exhibition.  Andrew Osta, a favorite painter in San Miguel for more than six years, is also moving away, to the city of Oaxaca.

This is a rare opportunity to acquire beautiful memories in the form of paintings. We hope to see you there!



Work by Manuel Pinon, Candelario Vazquez, and Andrew Osta

Bordello Galeria

Casa de la Noche, Organos 19

Fri, Oct 13, 5–8pm



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