Born out pure love of art, we’re an innovative model to exhibit, experiment, appreciate and sell contemporary art. Salón Nomada La Milagrosa is an independent art initiative that combines the format of art gallery/art fair with that of an immersive experience. The stimulation of all the senses creates memory and inspires action.

We extract the exhibition from the white cube of the gallery and the museums and we transport it to another context. These contexts are extraordinary productions of surreal and fictitious spaces and narratives. Our final objective is to provide emerging artists that have no gallery representation with a platform to exhibit and sell their work.


Andrea Wild Botero

Curator / Creativity & Art Direction

Colombian by birth and a nomad by default, Andrea graduated from Art History and Fine Arts from Pace University in New York in 2010. Ever since, she has worked in sales, as artist liaison, and researcher for Acquavella Galleries (New York), LABOR (Mexico City), Galerie Gmurzynska (Zürich) and Blain Southern (London). After she finished her MA in Art Business in Sotheby’s, London she moved back to Mexico City where she became Head of International Development for the Tamayo Museum and successfully founded the International Council, the first organ of its kind in any museum in Latin America, created with the objective of purchasing works for the permanent collections of the museum. Simultaneously she organized and produced the exhibition Atopía from the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection (TBA21), Vienna in the Museum of Modern Art Bogotá (MamBO) in 2016. She co-founded Salón La Milagrosa to support the abundance of emerging artistic talent that Latin America has to offer.

Anna Sorrentino Ambrosi

Production / Creativity & Art Direction

Originally from Mexico City, Anna studied Hotel Management in Les Roches, Switzerland. She moved to Todos Santos, Baja California where she lived for seven years developing a self-sustaining house called, The Earthship. After its completing she produced the documentary “Earthship New Solutions” (2010). Anna founded Las Estrellas – Open Kitchen, she was the operating partner in the restaurant Da Ciro in Valle de Bravo, and she began focusing on production through Noche de los Amantes, a dinner that was hosted through an immersive theater play with the Mexican production house, Co-Productions. She worked as an art assistant and director in several indie films and campaign launches for several independent Mexican designers. Anna co-founded Salón La Milagrosa to unleash her creativity and continue exploring the world of immersive production.


Manolo Penagos

Communications / Comercial

Having graduated from Communications from the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City and Barcelona, Manolo began working from the young age of 17 for what is now Mexico Fashion Week. For four years he participated in Moda NEXTEL where he had the opportunity to work with personalities such as Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Purificación Garcia amongst others. He transitioned into marketing where Grupo Archipielago gave him the opportunity to organize Festival Tropico, a festival that would become a trendset in Mexico’s music scene. From there on he began working with Salon ACME and others project. Manolo currently collaborates in the fields of marketing and communications with several brand such as Lorena Saravia, Mezcal Amores and of course, Salón Nomada La Milagrosa.