Curaçao has an active visual art scene with locally and international renowned artists. Most artists are represented by the local art galleries. The leading galleries, Gallery Alma Blou, Landhuis Bloemhof and Mon Art Gallery are conveniently located and easy to reach.
Gallery Alma Blou is the oldest and largest gallery on Curaçao, featuring local and Caribbean art.The gallery is located in the former plantation house at Habaai.
Landhuis Bloemhof invites you to discover its historical architecture, fine art exhibitions and the surrounding gardens that make it a special and cherished cultural and historical venue in Curaçao.
Instituto Buena Bista. Curaçao Center for Contemporary Art. The Instituto Buena Bista or IBB offers an orientation course for young talents whom are selected through scouting and then guided and supported towards a future in the creative field. The institute is open for visitors on weekdays from 1 to 8 PM Mohikanenweg 8 t +5999 736 […]
Museum, gallery and sculpture garden Yubi Kirindongo. Founded by visual artist Yubi Kirindongo.
Uniarte is an art platform in downtown Punda, striving to strengthen the local art scene and public engagement with the arts.
Mon Art Gallery is located at Renaissance Rif Fort in the center of Willemstad. This gallery regretfully closed its doors on July 1st, 2014.
The Curaçao Museum / Museo di Kòrsou Van Leeuwenhoekstraat z/n Mundo Nobo T (+5999) 462 38 73 firstname.lastname@example.org Museum visiting hours Tuesday – Sunday: 9 AM – 4 PM Closed on Monday . This unique museum, the oldest still running museum of Curaçao, is located in the old military hospital dating from 1853. The […]
The Curaçao Maritime Museum takes its visitors on a discovery tour of more then 500 years maritime history of Curaçao. The story-line is illustrated through a permanent exhibition consisting of displays with authentic nautical charts, ship models and navigation equipment combined with audiovisual techniques. Museum tours In addition to a tour of the museum, visitors […]
. The Octagon Museum houses the Bolívar exhibit in memory of the Curaçao connection to Simón Bolívar (1783-1830). In 1812 after the first stage of the revolt in Venezuela had failed, Bolívar took refuge on the island of Curaçao. He and his two sisters arrived penniless and had to rely on the generosity of friends […]
The Curaçao artist foundation, Fundashon di Artista was originally founded in 1971 by the well known naive painter Ocalia (1916-1984). It supports local artists by creating awareness for the crucial role of art in every society. The foundation also aims to bridge the gap between different communities and the various art disciplines in the Caribbean. […]