Next Event > Pinta Miami > Dec. 6 - 10, 2023
The Modern & Contemporary Latin American Art Show

About us

Pinta unifies its fairs and expands Latin American art to the world

With an experience of more than fifteen years bringing Latin American art to the world, we unify our art and photography fairs, and our cooperation and integration programs, under the Pinta brand; renewing our purpose of highlighting and enhancing the talent of emerging and established artists linked to the region.

Pinta fuses a shared vision and reaffirms its passion and dedication for the art of Latin America with a more integral dimension of identity. Since creating Photo in 2005, Pinta in 2007, and PArC in 2013, the American paradigms have shifted and with it, the fairs grew in trajectory.
Pinta Miami, Pinta PArC, Pinta Basel, Pinta Photo and Pinta Sud come together now in a same universe that connects, summons and attracts artists, curators, collectors, gallery owners, public / private institutions and art lovers in general in an ecosystem that promotes talent and management.

With the support and strategic perspective of FutureBrand, a global brand transformation company, the Pinta Group brands are arranged in a portfolio aimed at generating value in general and particular terms. Pinta Miami’s renewed identity reflects the spirit of a Group in constant growth that sets and consolidates trends.

With a professional team led by Diego Costa Peuser and transversal to different business units, Pinta Group moves forward with an innovative spirit and an authentic commitment to promote and give visibility to the work and perspective of artists as they conceive the Latin American artistic identity. Pinta thus brings together the art of Latin America in all its expressions and conquers new markets through fairs and programs that are diversified into innovative proposals, such as Pinta Basel and Pinta Sud.

That said, Pinta announces the exploration of new frontiers, the revitalization of its ecosystem and the implementation of avant-garde dynamics to highlight the value of the collective.


848 Brickell Ave, Suite 1130 A
Miami, FL 33131


Diego Costa Peuser

Diego Costa Peuser


Diego Costa Peuser is a cultural manager specialized in Latin American art. In this field, he has led various initiatives that allowed the greater and better understanding of artistic creation in the region.


Diego Costa Peuser is the director of the Arte al Día International magazine, founded 41 years ago by Jorge Costa Peuser and considered a leader among the media specialized in Ibero-American art. In this way, he has contributed to the recognition of movements and developments of artistic modernity. Arte al Día International has built a unique archive of reviews, interviews, profiles and news that show the exponential growth of the artistic ecosystem in the region and the world.


As co-creator and director of influential art fairs in Buenos Aires, Lima, Miami, New York, London and, soon, Basel, Diego Costa Peuser has promoted a change in the outlook of these metropolises, epicenters of cultural activity, on the nature and historical incidence of American artists. Whether in relation to the avant-garde, as well as to current contemporary creation, the projects directed by Costa Peuser open a dialogue between different practices from the North and the South. In this sense, he has promoted re-readings of art history that have turned the recognition of transcendental works and figures.


Committed to the present, Diego Costa Peuser faces challenges with social conscience and responsibility. In 2010 he was distinguished as one of the 100 most influential Hispanics in Florida and from 2011 to 2015 he served on the Miami Board of the TECHO Foundation. For this foundation, and within the framework of Art Basel Miami Beach, he organized the ‘Art Techos’ event that brought together prominent artists in order to raise funds for the construction of houses in less favored sectors of the continent. During the Covid-19 pandemic, Diego's projects provided uninterrupted support and dissemination through innovative virtual platforms. Forward thinking and faithful to progress, the PINTA fairs will be developed in a hybrid format (virtual and in-person) to facilitate access and maximize their reach.


His work as projects and media director has been one of the factors in the growing attraction of the Ibero-American artistic language. It has crossed borders and energized the market, providing unique opportunities for all sectors and art agents.