AboutÂ Ninoska Huerta Gallery
Ninoska Huerta, promoter and art publisher, has been dedicated to the study of the history of plastic arts in the Art School of the UCV (Universidad Central de Venezuela), in Harvard University and the Museum of Fine Arts of Boston. She has also taken free courses on modern painting in the Museum of Louvre, the Museum of Modern Art of New York and the Museum of Contemporary Art SofÃa Imber (MACCSI), in Caracas, Venezuela.
Her vocation towards the knowledge of the contemporary painting and sculpture took her to study the adjustment of the architectonic spaces and for that reason she graduated in Interiors Design. As an enthusiast of cultural animation, Ninoska Huerta proposes and makes projects, with remarkable professionalism, like Directing the Exhibition Hall of PetrÃ³leos de Venezuela. She directed and coordinated the exhibitions of Soto, Carlos Cruz-Diez and Victor Valera, all in 1998, as well as she is curator of the individual sample of Jesus Soto, ” Soto, movement and energy “, at the Previsora Gallery, in 1999, in addition to have organized, with own initiative and curatorial, another great exhibition of the same Master at the Cultural Center Corp-Banca, in Caracas, Venezuela in the year 2000.
Ninoska Huerta represents at the present time famous contemporary artists, among which the Masters JesÃºs Soto and Carlos Cruz-Diez.Â In addition, her support to new generations of artists has not been less important. Artists such as Karim Borjas, Annete Turrillo and Carlos Anzola, who have had one long trajectory of exhibitions and recognitions.