LUZ Gallery is located in downtown Buenos Aires- 835 Florida St. 3rd floor, inside the premises of Espacio Buenos Aires. Visiting hours: Monday to Friday from 10am to 8pm - Saturdays from 10am to 1pm.


Creativity, excellence and the effort required to achieve a unique style are the axes that are valued when choosing exhibitors.

The Foundation collaborates with them financially by helping artists produce the work to be exhibited, as well as by showing it to the general public and forming a nexus with similar institutions that might be interested in their projects.


In October 2009 we opened the exhibition gallery with a piece selection of ABSTRACT, Hernan Garcia Lanza´s artwork; followed by LINQUEN, by LigLab; MEANING IN MOTION, by Pablo Gimenez Zapiola; INTIMO –intimate-, by Augusto Lombardi; EL LENGUAJE INVISIBLE – the invisible language-, by Gustavo Talon; and INSPIRATIONS, by Jackie Fedele.

As well as special participation of Edgardo Rodriguez, with his artwork ALQUIMIA DE BASURAL – alchemy of rubbish dump – and Ánima – soul – by Nadia Guthmann.


See you in the next show!

    • Hernán García Lanza
    • LigLab
    • Pablo Giménez Zapiola
    • Augusto Lombardi
    • Gustavo Talon
    • Edgardo Rodríguez
    • Jackie Fedele
    • Nadia Guthmann

Why Hampatu?

Hampatu is a word of Andean origin that means toad or frog.

Spokesman for the Pacha Mama, herald of the rains, it symbolizes fertility, renewal, rebirth, transitions and opportunities.


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Hampatu Foundation has a school of Arts & Crafts and personal development for people that are under the poverty line.
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Hampatu Foundation

[art + ecology + spirituality + evolution]

835 Florida St. 3rd. floor. C1005AAQ. Buenos Aires, Argentina | +54 11 4311 8484 | [email protected]

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