Established in 2009, Deeso Gallery is devoted in examining experimental, time-based and multi-sensory works of art. With an international trajectory Deeso Gallery is ubiquitous among many key areas, including Venezuela, Los Angeles, and Miami.
We focus on developing exhibitions that encourage social and aesthetic dialogues. Also, we strive to usher both emerging and mid-career artists of distinction into the current art scene. Among our assets are permanent collections of grounded artists like José Sigala (1940-95), a Venezuelan photographer who studied in Philadelphia with Murry Weiss and Sol Libsohn who won the National Prize of photography in 1990.
Our goal is to provide venues for art that transcend all types of boundaries. Furthermore the interest we place in cross-cultural exchange extends beyond the visual arts into many other disciplines, of which include performance art, street art, film and music.