Arthouse Project is a hybrid and multidisciplinary platform for artistic and social development whose mission is to exhibit and bring together different disciplines in art, architecture, photography, design and fashion.


We seek to host different cultural projects with art at the core, promoting and encouraging the development of artists, designers, galleries and institutions through various exhibitions and events.


In its first edition, Arthouse Project presents A Moveable Art Feast, with an exhibition program that brings together young galleries whose strong creative vision shows the most relevant artistic proposals in the local and international industry.

Additionally, ArtHouse Project presents Curator's Salon, an exhibition by Mexican art historian and curator Alberto Ríos de la Rosa, showcasing a selection of sculptural practices made by women artists in Mexico.


Located in an emblematic house built in 1910 in Colonia Juárez, Casa Versalles will be the headquarters of Arthouse Project Vol. I., upholding its commitment to the development of cutting-edge cultural programs in recent years.

The platform is directed by Rodolfo Márquez and Gerardo Sarur, future editions are also in the making: Vol. II Collector's Salon (April, 2022) with an exhibition that brings together art, music, gastronomy and performance; and Vol. III Atelier (June, 2022), a production and exhibition residency program in Mexico City.

Vol. I - A Moveable Art Feast will be open to the public from Thursday February 10th to Sunday February 13th from 12:00 - 8:00 p.m. Casa Versalles is located at Versalles 113, Col. Juárez, CDMX

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