Curacao’s active visual art scene
Curaçao has an active visual art scene with local and international renowned artists. Most artists are represented by the local art galleries. The leading galleries, Gallery Alma Blou and Landhuis Bloemhof are conveniently located and easy to reach.
Curaçao has an active visual art scene with local and international renowned artists.
‘Restructured’ (2019) by Ailsa Anastatia.
Overview of Art Galleries
You can find different exhibitions from our artists shown in the local art galleries. Come and visit us, the leading galleries, Gallery Alma Blou, Landhuis Bloemhof and Mon Art Gallery are conveniently located and easy to reach.
Today Gallery Alma Blou in Landhuis Habaai is the oldest and largest gallery on Curaçao, featuring local and Caribbean art.
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.
Museum, gallery and sculpture garden Yubi Kirindongo. Founded by visual artist Yubi Kirindongo.
Sculpture garden and trail at Blue Bay in Curaçao.
Visit the gallery of Curaçao Art Foundation in Punda, Hanchi Snoa.
Overview of Art Institutes
These are the schools where new artists will be born.
Instituto Buena Bista (IBB) is the the center for contemporary art on Curacao providing creative youth with a two year creative and/or artistic preparatory course and a residency spot for international artists.
Fundashon di Artista supports local artists by creating awareness for the crucial role of art in every society.
Overview of Art Museums
If you want to discover the past of Curaçao and the Art that involves it, you must visit the interesting museums of the island.
This unique museum, the oldest surviving museum on Curaçao, is housed in a beautiful architectural monumental building from 1853. The art and industry collection on display consists of furniture, glass and textiles. The objects date from the 18th, 19th and early 20th century.
The Curaçao Maritime Museum takes its visitors on a discovery tour of more then 500 years maritime history of Curaçao.
The Octagon Museum houses the Bolívar exhibit in memory of the Curaçao connection to Simón Bolívar (1783-1830).