Brief History

Carly Aguilera motivates art collectors, representing Latin American artists since 1995

Carly Aguilera motivates art collectors, enthusiasts & institutes around the globe to acquire Latin American art.

In 1995, Carly Aguilera American/Venezuelan founded South Art Gallery, with the goal of paying tribute to the forefront of Latin American Art. In 1998 she was a pioneer gallery owner in Wynwood, Miami, attracting art collectors in an area that is today known as the avant-garde district of the arts.

South Art Gallery was born with the vision to contribute to the progressive social movement of elevating Latin American Art by placing the cultural expression of masters and contemporary talents into the hands of everyone; from art collectors to corporations, the erudite and novice.

South Art Dealer Today the concept has since re-shaped into South Art Dealer, a revolutionary stage in New York-Miami-Caracas. Carly Aguilera motivates art collectors, enthusiasts, and institutes from around the globe by bringing Latin American masters and emerging talents to their reach.

South Art Dealer since 1995, Founder & Director Carly Aguilera is now with a challenging and new mission. She took advantage of the 2020 pandemic era to initiate an ambitious project. An art movement that allows contemporary female artists around the world to express themself through an event titled Linked INNYC-Women Of The World.