Dec. 5 - 8, 2024
The Modern & Contemporary Latin American Art Show

Located in a privileged place with a strong historical character, the Hangar used to be the base of Pan American. Today, the space preserves its functionality and combines elements of nature, avant-garde, and art in a unique area of Miami.

Pinta Miami offers an experience like no other. Artists, gallery owners, collectors, the general public, and curators will come together to discover the best of what Latin American creators have been working on.

In line with Pinta art's commitment as an international platform to energize and promote modern and contemporary art from Latin America, Pinta Miami is characterized by presenting the searches and aesthetics that Latin American artists have been working on.

Pinta Miami is curated by Irene Gelfman, the general curator of Pinta Art, who also developed the RADAR proposal; Giuliana Vidarte is the curator of NEXT; Félix Suazo curates various special projects outside the fair, and architect Daniel Fischer developed the spatial display of the fair.

With vision and creativity, these renowned curators work to highlight the voices of the artists, the diversity of the galleries, and celebrate the Latin American-American imaginary.

Information
Information

Pinta Miami 2024

The Hangar in Coconut Grove
3385 Pan American Drive,
Coconut Grove,
Miami FL 33133

  

Open Files
Open Files

A series of short videos in which artists share details about their artworks

Main Section

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RADAR

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Next

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Pinta Miami returns to The Grove
Pinta Miami returns to The Grove

Pinta Miami celebrates its seventeenth iteration at "The Hangar," the newest venue in the Coconut Grove art community. The Fair presents modern and contemporary Latin American and Spanish art at a geographic crossroads. During Miami Art Week, new visitors will connect with the largest national and international art enthusiasts and collectors in this landmark building of singular distinction.

Participating galleries
Participating galleries

More than 50 international galleries representing artists from around the world, where you can explore the different sections of the fair: Main Section, RADAR, and NEXT.

Main Section
Main Section

The Main Section of Pinta Miami presents an international selection of galleries where various contemporary axes converge and share a gene rooted in Ibero-American culture.

RADAR
RADAR
Curator Irene Gelfman

This section seeks to highlight the production of contemporary artists, delving into the work of one or two artists selected by each gallery. It is the perfect opportunity for visitors to interact more deeply and personally with the artists.

NEXT
NEXT
Curator Giuliana Vidarte

Under the curatorship of Giuliana Vidarte, the NEXT section proposes the visualization of emerging galleries with relevance within the contemporary scene of their regions.

Again this year, the NEXT award will be given to the best exhibition proposal of the section with a prize of USD 2500 to be selected by a prestigious jury.

Amazonia Project
Amazonia Project
Curator Felix Suazo

Amazonia Project proposes a visual expedition through a selection of works by 24 artists who in the last two centuries have dedicated their work to the exploration of diverse aspects of Amazonian nature, culture and society

The Trace of Rome - Special Project
The Trace of Rome - Special Project
Curator Lincoln Fontanills

The General Consulate of Spain in Miami, with its participation in Pinta Miami 2023, presents just one of the many possible selections, showcasing the work of seven former fellows and aiming to provide examples of the diverse creative and research facets present in the work of the residents.

40 Years of Uninterrupted Democracy - Special Project
40 Years of Uninterrupted Democracy - Special Project
Curator Irene Gelfman

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Trade, and Worship of the Argentine Republic, the Consulate General and Promotion Center of Argentina in Miami, in collaboration with Arte al Día Internacional and the Pinta Fair, promote Argentine commercial and artistic openness on the international stage. In 2022, the project "Emerging Argentine Artists" was presented, where 10 artists were selected to showcase their works during the Pinta Miami fair.

Mexican Roots - Special Project
Mexican Roots - Special Project

For the second consecutive time, the Consulate General of Mexico in Miami, through the Cultural Institute of Mexico in Miami (ICM), will have a booth at the art fair "Pinta Miami 2023," represented by the distinguished Mexican artists Jazzamoart and Karla Kantorovich. They will showcase works that bring visibility to "Mexican Roots" through installations of amate paper and Mexican-style masks.

Installations - Special Project
Installations - Special Project
Curator Felix Suazo

The Special Projects of Pinta Miami 2023 keep the focus on the relationship between art and its environment —whether intellectual, social, or natural— through a selection of site-specific installations by Anna Biondo, Carola Bravo, and Alberto Cavalieri.

Amateur Gods, Special Project
Amateur Gods, Special Project
Isabel Englebert. Miami, USA

In the series "Amateur Gods" Isabel poses the question of the self-construction of the SELF, opening debates on the body and human identity, making comments on genetics, technology, and society. In an autoreferential investigation, she hereby seek to rethink our essence and its haphazardness, delving into what is it that constructs us as beings, that ensures our uniqueness in the midst of a plurality of existences.

Live Talks
Live Talks

This year, the fair will feature a series of lectures on collecting, book presentations and various issues in vogue in contemporary art.

Awards and acquisitions
Awards and acquisitions

Just like last year, Pinta Miami has an Awards and Acquisitions program with the intention of strengthening the market. This year, we are joined by:

Pop UP
Pop UP
Santiago Paredes and Carolina Sardi at JW Marriott Miami Hotel

Pinta Miami has partnered with the JW Marriott Miami Hotel to organize a Pop-Up featuring Santiago Paredes and Carolina Sardi. 

Catalogue
Catalogue

Pinta Miami 2023 presents its complete catalog with the fair programs.

It illustrates a meticulous curatorial approach and extraordinary artistic and photographic production.

Curators
Curators

This year, Pinta Miami is curated by Irene Gelfman, Pinta Art's new global curator, who also developed the RADAR proposal; Giuliana Vidarte is the curator of NEXT; Felix Suazo curates several special projects outside the fair; and architect Daniel Fischer developed the fair's spatial display.

With vision and creativity, these renowned curators work to highlight the voices of the artists, the diversity of the galleries and to celebrate the Latin American imaginary.

APP Pinta Art
APP Pinta Art

Pinta.Art Mobile App, with unique access to fairs, events and all the information, this tool presents all the programming that will take place during Pinta Miami 2023 and the possibility of accessing all the necessary passes for the Pinta experience.

Pinta Concept
Pinta Concept

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.

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EFG International is a global private banking group offering private banking and asset management services and is headquartered in Zurich. As a leading Swiss private bank, EFG International has a presence in major financial centres and growth markets and operates in around 40 locations worldwide, with a network spanning Europe, Asia Pacific, the Americas and the Middle East. An entrepreneurial spirit has shaped the bank since it was established in 1995, enabling it to develop hands-on solutions and to build long-lasting client relationships.

EFG’s investment in modern and contemporary Latin American art is part of its commitment beyond banking that, in this context, seeks to utilise our entrepreneurial spirit by supporting and promoting regional artists and exhibitions globally.

For the nineth consecutive year, EFG is proud to be the main sponsor of Pinta Miami 2023. Additionally, the EFG Latin American Art Award, in Collaboration with ArtNexus, further highlights our commitment to the region, its culture and its people, enhancing the activities related to art that we support at an international level. In its eleventh year, the prize recognizes the work of emerging artists, which are showcased in five contemporary Art Fairs in Latin America. The winner, each year, is announced during Pinta Miami.

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