The Jorge Mara-La Ruche Gallery, which was inaugurated in late 2001, is a new space continuing the tradition of the Jorge Mara gallery renown in Buenos Aires in the 1980s, and the gallery of the same name exhibiting in Madrid from 1990-98.
In his latest undertaking, Jorge Mara is focusing on the work of up and coming artists, as well as organizing exhibits spotlighting distinctive facets of already established ones.
Exhibits in Spain in the ‘90s included: “Millares sobre papel”; “Feito año 1960”; “Guerrero en Nueva York”; “Henri Michaux”; “Mark Tobey”; “Ben Nicholson”; “Rafael Barradas”; “Estrada”; “ Washington Barcala”; Zoran Music, among others; and in Argentina in the ‘80s: “Alfredo Guttero”; “Aizenberg y el surrealismo”; “La Nueva Figuración: De la Vega, Maccio, Deira, Noe” and others.
The following artists have exhibited in the new space – the Jorge Mara-La Ruche:: Kirin, Fernando Allievi, Roberto Elía, Fidel Sclavo, Carlos Arnaiz, Eduardo Stupía, Estrada, César Paternosto, Alfredo Hlito, María Freire, José Pedro Costigliolo, Sarah Grilo, José Antonio Fernández- Muro, Amalia Nieto, León Ferrari, etc, all of whom have exhibited abroad and are represented by us..
We also represent the work of two outstanding photographers: Grete Stern and Horacio Coppola, considered one of the best photographers in Latin America.
We have also mounted joint exhibits with the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA); the Instituto Moreira Salles in Brazil; the Fundación Telefónica in Spain, and Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid.