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Pigalle Gallery is a unique Art space platform dedicated to Modern, Contemporary Art and Design.
Our mission is to inform and inspire our community developing a place where they can interactive with our local and international artists connecting collectors with our artist and promoting creativity. We are dedicated to bringing quality and beauty to the art collector.  We offer paintings and sculptures from a fine ensemble of artists. We organized monthly exhibitions and cultural activities as a part of the Little River 75th Art Collective Group presenting monthly activities every second Thursday of each month.
Our Goal is:
- Provide a high-quality source of visual art.
- Create an exciting venue where artists can exhibit and sell their art.
- Represent and promote the work of our artists through our gallery, website, workshops, Art Fairs, etc.
- Facilitate marketing consulting for artists.
- Provide high-quality classes and workshops for adults and children in a barrier-free setting that is designed to inspire while providing fun and educational art experiences for all ages and abilities.


Established in 2017.

Pigalle Gallery was created in 2017 in the pursuit and integration of pure creativity united by the same artistic soul. Pigalle Gallery has made its mission to gather and select a group of Contemporary Visual Artists and give them a place to express themselves.  Since 2000 Art enthusiast and Gallery Director Gina Arellano devoted herself to the activity of plastic artist promotion and career management. In 2016 Pigalle Gallery start to operate under the umbrella of Casa Poidomani Art studio promoting and organizing exhibitions for Latin American artist as an online gallery.  Now Pigalle Gallery operates at Little River Miami new Art District presenting monthly exhibitions and promoting cultural activities.

Business Owner

5 years ago my older brother and I opened our first Art Gallery in our hometown Guayaquil - Ecuador ArtElite Galeria located in the heart of the financial district area at the building named as San Francisco 300 where I had the opportunity to work with the greatest masters of my country like Oswaldo Gayasamin, Eduardo kingman, Gonzalo Endara Crow, Felix Arauz, Teodoro Constante, Carlos Catase among others, curating our exhibition and installations. In 1999 I moved to the United State where my new life as a mother took me to a different pathway dedicating myself to my family and the RE business but keeping myself constantly close to my passion for the Art world. Inspired by life, inspired by Art, by the artists and their incredible talent, I found myself in the privileged position of being able to continuing working with what I love and accomplish my projects supporting art in all expressions. Pigalle Gallery represents the reunion of my passion for Art with my past, my present and myself. -Gina Arellano-