our history
Listed as a building of Cultural Interest in XVIII

We are Lola and Cesar. A family composed of a mother, a father and four daughters, who one day decided to turn their summer home into something more, a place to share contemporary art with their community, with their friends, with children and if you want also with you.

Casa de Indias is located in an old palace-house belonging to the Historic area of ​​El Puerto de Santa María, declared good of Cultural Interest in 1980. Built at the end of the 18th century, it was the house of the writer and playwright Pedro Muñoz-Seca, author among other works of La venganza de Don Mendo ... so if you come to Casa de Indias you may see the spirits of Don Mendo or Azofaifa wander through their rooms. Surely they also like contemporary art. The house is divided into three different parts: a free exhibition room in which artists and gallery owners can hold temporary exhibitions, our personal house that will house the permanent collection, and a residence for artists with a capacity for 4 residents.