Art fan? Check these galleries that you can visit in Mazatlán


MAZATLÁN.- When it comes to art, galleries are always at the forefront and our port is no exception.

Whether it is to visit some of the gallery exhibitions or purchase a painting for your home, here we tell you which are some of the best art galleries to visit in Mazatlán.


They are pioneers in restoration and in the creation and sale of high-quality handicrafts. Inside their gallery you can find a wide variety of unique pieces that, being manufactured by themselves, you will not be able to find anywhere else.

Location: Calle Libertar #45 on the corner with Carnival in the Historic Center

Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Contact: 6699855991

Escarabajo Azul Gallery + Art

It is a contemporary art gallery, a space where you will find different proposals for abstract and figurative painting in all formats, as well as fantastic illustrations, sculptures, and exclusive jewelry designs.

Location: Mariano Escobedo #405

Hours: 11:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

Contact: 6692512444

Casa Maya

Casa Maya is an art gallery located in the heart of the Golden Zone of Mazatlán.

They sell the best and authentic Mexican art, crafts, Talavera pottery, furniture, and of course sculptures from the Mayan culture.

Location: Avenida Gaviotas #411 in Zona Dorada

Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Contact: 6691943251

Mexicolors Gallery

Compared to the others, ‘Mexicolors’ is a gallery that focuses on photography. Here you can buy amazing canvas art prints either to keep as a great souvenir and can be used as a decoration.

Location: Sixto Osuna #50 Historic Center

Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Contact: 6691493911

Casa Venus Gallery

Project in which the lighting design was developed. The concept is based on using contrasts in lighting with the pieces exhibited in a museographic way on the walls and the pieces of jewelry in the center of the gallery on islands that require more lighting.

Location: Heriberto Frías #1404 Colonia Centro

Hours: 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Contact: 6699826023

Nautilus Galleries

This gallery was created by the Mazatlan artist Blas Nayar, first to exhibit his paintings, then to give art workshops and almost all existing artistic disciplines.

Nayar has presented his works in the most important exhibitions in Mexico and New York.

Location: Ángel Flores #1402 Historic Center

Hours: 6691292028

Contact: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Baupress Gallery

This gallery is one of the best known in the port, it is a space for the exhibition and production of painting, sculpture, photography with installations for video and performances.

Location: Heriberto Frías #1506

Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Contact: 669 113 09 41

Mind Your Head Gallery

It is a gallery that is located inside a basement; there you can see some exhibitions of Mexican artists, but also advisory services, restoration and assembly of works of art.

Location: Carnaval Street #1505 Historic Center

Hours: 18:00 – 20:00 hours

Contact: 4773933906

Cultural Innovation Center

CICMA has exhibition galleries, a virtual reality room, an artistic robotics room, a 3D art room, a cinema-auditorium, a plastic arts workshop, an adult literacy workshop, and an entrepreneurship workshop for young people.

Rubio Gallery, which is located between the Municipal Center for the Arts and the Ángela Peralta Theater, also serves to exhibit works by Mexican talents and especially by Mazatlan. Here the exhibitions are not permanent, they change depending on the season or artist.

Galleries in Art Museum

Better known as the Antonio López Sáenz Room, in honor of this well-known plastic artist, this room exhibits the most important works that make up the institution’s heritage, by internationally recognized Mexican artists, among which the works of: Rufino Tamayo stand out, Francisco Toledo, Antonio López Sáenz, José Luis Cuevas, Vicente Rojo, Edgardo Coghlan, among others.

Temporary rooms

These exhibition halls are very important for current creators, which is why works by invited plastic artists from all over the Republic and of course from the state of Sinaloa are exhibited here. The exhibited works are paintings, posters, sculptures with the most representative of contemporary artistic trends.

Angela Peralta Gallery

This gallery is located inside the Angela Peralta theater. It is divided into two parts; one exhibits articles by the opera singer and the other exposes contemporary artists who propose, between breaks and reconstructions, new modes of communication in which even the most important artistic act individual, becomes collective.

Source: Punto