Instituto de Vision is a Bogotá based gallery for conceptual based practices. Their mission is to investigate conceptual discourses that have been neglected by the official Latin American art canon. They have recovered important estates from throughout the Latin American art of the mid XX century and continue to investigate the most enigmatic oeuvres of the region.

Through a parallel program, they represent some of the most relevant contemporary practices from Colombia, Chile, North America, and Venezuela among others. Directed by three women, Instituto de Vision gives special attention to female voices, queer theories, environmental activism, the conflicts of migration, and other critical positions that challenge the established order.

Using the international art scene as a platform, they are committed to giving visibility and expanding the work of artists that reveal critical realities and raise important questions for these contemporary subjects.