Karina Belilty, ISA, Fine Art



Karina Belilty
ISA member since May 31, 2017

(786) 282-9729 (Office)

1835 NE Miami Gardens Dr.
Suite 114

North Miami Beach, FL 33179 map

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Throughout her entire life, Karina has been an active community member, scholar and patron of the visual arts, with experienced specialties in consulting, retailing, and evaluating Latin American and contemporary art for multiple clients all over the world.   Karina is educated in Appraisal Studies by the International Society of Appraisers (ISA) and has acquired indispensable business exposure throughout her years working with international artists, art historians, and at Sotheby’s (specializing in Latin American Art) in the art capitals of the world, such as Miami, London and New York City. 

In 2009, Karina founded KABE CONTEMPORARY GALLERY in Miami, Florida, where she has acted as the primary director of the brand and gallery itself. Since the gallery’s founding, it has exhibited a plethora of art as well as honed Karina's expertise in the international art field. For over a decade, KABE CONTEMPORARY has acquired, stored and displayed a variety of paramount artwork and has represented a diverse array of recognized contemporary artists. Furthermore, Karina has also developed unique exhibition themes and organized the gallery’s notable participation in numerous art fairs, both local and international.

Karina Belilty was born in Caracas, Venezuela, where she attended Universidad Central de Venezuela and Universidad Metropolitana. She studied business administration and international studies. She has also extensively studied art history at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in the U.K. in addition to several academic courses specializing in all aspects of the industry.


  • Art - 20th Century
  • Art - Latin American
  • Paintings - Contemporary American
  • Paintings - Latin American
  • Sculpture - Contemporary


  • Consultant
  • Donations
  • Estate Evaluations
  • Insurance Claims
  • Retail Art

Performs Appraisals Of

  • Art
  • Art - Latin American

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