Visit Paladar, discover Latin American art.
We have regularly changing exhibitions of original art and photography by up-and-coming Latin American artists - or inspired by Latin America. All works are for sale.
To date we have featured artists from Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Argentina, Mexico and Chile as well as a British photographer's impressions of Cuba through the lens and a Spanish artist's focus on the Dominican Republic.
We are always on the lookout for new artists/photographers who would like to exhibit their work. Please contact us through the contact form at the bottom of the page if you are interested in showing us your work.
Current Exhibition (Main Restaurant):
Title: Puppets, Objects and New Subjects
Artist: Mir Yam (Miryam Gonzalez-Rodriguez)
In this exciting new exhibition Colombian artist, Mir Yam, expresses the abandonment and evolution of a child’s toy from fantasy to reality.
Her work is infused with personal experiences of literature, film, and technology. In each work, she develops a set of playful symbols, games, toys and systems that programme the newest members of society in a changing world.
The exhibition can be viewed from Monday 11th July and formally launches on Sunday 17th July.
Espectáculo 152x122cm £2,200
La Naturaleza Interroga 91x122cm £1,500
Nocturno 91x122cm £1,500
Olvido 91x122cm £1,400
Evolucion 91x122cm £1,600
La Cena 122x91cm £1,800
Uno, dos y tres . Otravez 91x122cm £1,200
Cantamos? 91x122cm £1,400
Eliza 122x91cm £1,500
Conservar 91×122 £1,600
El Valle 152x122cm £2,200
Divertido 91x122cm £1,400
Ternura 91x122cm £1,400
Huida 91x122cm £1,500
Asenso 122x91cm £1,800
Puppets (6 pictures) 20x20cm £ 150 (each)
Current Exhibition (Garden):
Artist: Natalia Casali
Paladar is delighted to introduce Argentinian artist, Natalia Casali – a painter and filmmaker currently based in London.
Originally from Chaco, Argentina, she studied Arts and Film in Madrid where she held several art exhibitions and started her career in theatre and television. In 2020 she was published by EWI ink for her short stories Unintended Tales. Currently she is spending much of her time on the post-production of her film Joaquin’s Theory.
Her dreamy, three-dimensional textured abstract works are created from natural products combined with a porcelain technique.
NATALIA CASALI - ALWA
hawaGae poq (mar / sea) 82 x100 cm £750
lagoWo (flor / flower) 28x23cm £300
ha it (la tarde / the evening) 60 cm £500
Yok i (amarillo / yellow) 31x26 cm £300
Lawe (hoja / leaf) 28×23 cm £300
etaGat (agua / water) 40×50 cm £400
NawoGo (primavera / spring) 32×44 cm £300
nodek (fuego / fire) 60 cm £500
a yaq (monte / woods) 20×26 cm £300
imalaq (azul / blue) 60 cm £500
dapigem (oeste / west) 40×50 cm £300
dazot (baile /dance) 60cm £500
holcògona (sueño / dream) 50x77cm £400
piGanaGayk (pasto /grass) 15x30cm £300
ooGoñi (amanecer / dawn) 50×77 cm £400
Pe (noche / night) 26×20 cm £300
Chaku (Chaco / Chaco) 66×92 cm £350
adaIe (calabaza / pumpkin) 20×26 cm £300
nayi (hoy / today) 60 cm £500
qoyole ImaÌ (nido / nest). 84 cm £450
Current Exhibition (Garden):
Title: Faith Killer
Artist: Alberto Huizar
Alongside Natalia’s textured abstracts, we are delighted to feature mosaic works by young Mexican artist, Alberto Huizar.
Originally from Mexico City, Alberto has been travelling the world for the last six years, but only recently discovered his natural talent for mosaic work here in the UK in 2019.
His works are a very personal representation of a tumultuous relationship which ended very sadly and left him heartbroken.
You can see more of Alberto’s art and commission works via his Instagram account @huizart.m