Robert Mc Donald and Vivien Bertozzi met in 1984 while working together in a San Francisco art gallery. Several years later, they found themselves on their honeymoon in Oaxaca, Mexico.
While in Oaxaca, the newly weds fell in love with the local art. They purchased pieces by local artists to bring back with them to the United States to enjoy in their home, and to feature in their new pop up gallery in Oakland, California.
The couple quickly discovered that many others appreciated the art as much as they did, so Robert and Vivien decided to specialize in Mexican art, and in 1989 opened the Bond Latin Gallery in San Francisco.
Since the early days, the gallery has been located in a number of brick and mortar locations near San Francisco's Union Square, but now operates solely online. The gallery has also expanded to Latin American art as opposed to strictly Mexican art, and has incorporated many Latin American masters including Diego Rivera, Fernando de Szyszlo, and Rufino Tamayo.
Feel free to contact the gallery to inquire about any particular Latin artist you are looking to cosign, sell, or collect.