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This beautiful and elegant gallery is for serious antique lovers. Opened in 1993, it specializes in objects dating from the period between the 15th and 18th century. It does, however, have some articles of more recent date. The objects d'art come from all parts of the world, and are invariably of top quality. It's worth visiting even if you are not thinking of buying, as it is like going into a museum.
The Galeria de Arte Mexicano was founded way back in 1935 and prides to be the first official gallery in Mexico City. popularly known as the GAM, the gallery is completely dedicated to the sale and promotion of art in every possible way and has played a pivotal role in numerous Mexican art movements. Following its age old tradition, it still continues to back many of the most important artists in Mexico. GAM has also published noteworthy books, which are available at the gallery bookstore. Galeria de Arte Mexicano features old and contemporary artists including Lilia Carrillo, Leonara Carrington and Pablo Amor to name a few.
This gallery is housed in the Cineteca Nacional (National Film Archives). It exhibits the work of artists who are influenced by or who influence the art of film. This includes such visionaries as Gunther Gerzso (whose name honors the gallery), Vicente Rojo and Francisco Toledo. It is of interest to both cinephiles and art connoisseurs, who can catch a film at the Cineteca while visiting.