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 BAphoto 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.
Date of Pinta PArC; April 19 - 23, 2023
The Pinta BAphoto application is closed.
Date of Pinta BAphoto: September 28 - October 1, 2023
Applications for Pinta Miami, are open.
Deadline: May 15, 2023
Date of Pinta Miami: December 6 - 10, 2023
Pinta Sud ASU aims to generate cooperation and exchange environments between various public and private sectors of the Paraguayan cultural scene. This is an initiative created by Pinta Art to stimulate and internationalize new markets and the growing contemporary art scene.
Pinta BAphoto, located in Buenos Aires, is the Latin America’s most important art show dedicated to photography. With more than seventeen years of rich history, the show has managed to become a touchstone for Latin American photography and a space for dialogue between artists, curators, critics, specialized journalists and new collectors increasingly interested in this medium.
Founded in New York in 2007, and based in Miami since 2014, Pinta Miami is an international art fair focused on modern and contemporary Ibero and Latin-American art. Each year, the fair brings together a global team of renowned curators, galleries, and artists. Widely recognized for its deep cultural impact by leading cultural peers, MoMA PS1 named Pinta as one of the most influential supporters of Latin American art. Diego Costa Peuser, Co-Founder and Director of Pinta, has been instrumental in promoting Latin American art in the United States, increasing the visibility of established, mid-career, and emerging artists for decades.
Pinta PArC - Perú Arte Contemporáneo - is the Pinta fair in Lima. With 10 years of experience, PArC was established as one of the most relevant cultural platforms in Peru. Always accompanied by curators, interdisciplinary teams and an international audience, the fair is an annual landmark and a key meeting point in the Hispanic artworld. Pinta PArC exhibits and promotes the art of the region, cultural exchange and the promotion of emerging arts.
With a more comprehensive approach, PINTA will organize trips to exclusive destinations where art, gastronomy and unique experiences are combined.
An innovative way of bringing art lovers together and delving into the fascinating universe of contemporary art.
Collectors as well as those who are starting out in the activity will be able to enjoy insights, activations and events that Pinta will provide to the members of the PINTA Collectors Circle and PINTA New Collectors Club.
Ser Pallay is a textile project that revolves around the creation of kunan pallaykuna (contemporary Andean textile iconography) and is the result of a collaboration between textile artists María José Murillo and Verovcha.
By Clara Zaefferer
In this interview, Gredna Landolt, a Peruvian graphic artist and curator, shares with us her work curating the Amazonías section of Pinta PArC 2023, a section that exhibits renowned native artists.
The exhibition proposes a review of the concepts and imaginaries with which the territories of the Amazon have been represented and covered from a perspective that sought to defend property over it, in order to assert sovereignty for the exploitation of its resources and its inhabitants.