Programa VIP 2022

Pinta 2022 will present a VIP cultural program in collaboration with museums and institutions to highlight the best of Ibero-American artistic production inside and outside the fair. The program will include a tempting variety of events and dynamics that will seek to enhance the encounter with art for collectors, fans, experts and lovers of modern and contemporary art.

 

FREE ACCESS WITH THE VIP CARD and VIP digital card DURING PINTA MIAMI
Between 30 November and 4 December

  • PAMM - Perez Art Museum Miami (1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132)
  • Phillip and Patricia FROST Museum of Art (10975 SW 17th St, Miami, FL 33199)
  • The BASS Museum of Art (2100 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL)
  • MOCA - Museum of Contemporary Art (770 NE 125th Street, Miami, FL 33161)
  • RUBELL Museum (1100 NW 23th St, Miami FL 33127)
  • ICA - Institute of Contemporary Art (61 NE 41st Street, Miami, FL 33137)
  • WOLFSONIAN Museum - FIU (1001 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139)
  • LOWE Museum (1301 Stanford Dr, Miami, FL 33146)

     

agenda

 TUESDAY NOV 29

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

PINTA MIAMI EFG VIP PREVIEW (Solo por invitación)

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

  

HANGAR

    

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 WEDNESDAY NOV 30

11:00 am

Private guided visit to the PAMM ( Perez Art Museum) current and permanent exhibitions.

Meet on time at the entrance of the museum. Visit will start promptly.

Current exhibitions: 

Simone Leigh: Trophallaxis

George Segal: Abraham’s Farewell to Ishmael

Carlos Cruz Diez: Chromosaturation

RSVP Required 

  

 

     

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5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

VIP OPENING INAUGURATION OF PINTA MIAMI 2022 (Access VIP Card)

Opening Night, Entrance 50 dollars

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

  

HANGAR

   

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 THURSDAY DEC 1

 10:30 am

Private Guided Tour EL ESPACIO 23, JORGE M. PEREZ COLLECTION (2270 NW 23rd St., Miami, Fl 33142)

We highly recommend a visit to The Rubell Museum after the private tour at El Espacio 23 since they are both in the same neighborhood (1100 NW 23th St, Miami Fl 33127)

You may  have lunch at a very popular restaurant in the area: Hometown Restaurant Barbecue

RSVP Required: gro.32oicapsele@ofni

“You Know Who You Are

Recent acquisitions of Cuban art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection

After a significant donation of contemporary Cuban art to the Pérez Art Museum Miami in 2016, the exhibition highlights works acquired since 2017 as part of an ongoing investigation and interest in Cuban art. Artists throughout the show question history, deconstruct hierarchies, reflect on notions of representation, race, gender, and human rights, while others reclaim a connection with the island by referencing its physicality or its place in collective memory. 

You Know Who You Are includes over 80 Cuban and Cuban-diaspora artists from different generations, such as Wifredo Lam, Amelia Pélaez, Loló Soldevilla and Zilia Sánchez in conversation with contemporary artists like Raúl Cordero, Reynier Leyva Novo, Belkis Ayón, Flavio Garciandía, Elizabeth Cerviño and Juana Valdés, in addition to a performance by artist Tania Bruguera during Miami Art Week 2022.” 

 

   

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11:00 am – 8:00 pm

PINTA MIAMI 2022 OPENS TO THE PUBLIC

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

   

HANGAR

   

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 

MOCA VIP OPENING RECEPTION (770 NE 125 Street, North Miami, FL)

RSVP Required 

  

“The Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA) is proud to present Didier William: Nou Kite Tout Sa Dèyè — this homecoming exhibition represents the largest retrospective of the nationally renowned artist Didier William. Translated as “We’ve Left That All Behind,” the exhibition presents an in-depth look at the North Miami-raised artist’s career through paintings, drawings and a newly commissioned monumental sculpture.”

  

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 FRIDAY DEC 2

10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Visit to The De La CRUZ COLLECTION 23 NE 41 St, Miami, Fl 33137

That same morning we recommend a visit to ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art) which is also in the Design District at a walking distance from De La Cruz Collection

61 NE 41st St, Miami, Fl 33137

 

   

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 SATURDAY DEC 3

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Private visit to THE BAKEHOUSE ART COMPLEX

RSVP Required

 

Bakehouse is one of the oldest artist-serving organizations in Miami, with studios of varying sizes, two galleries, a classroom, print room, photography lab, ceramics facilities, and woodworking, and welding areas. These spaces facilitate artists to work, make, discover, learn, and share their practices and work with each other and the broader community.

During  this visit you will have a cafecito while meeting the artists at their studios seeing the work they are producing.

 

Bakehouse

   

 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Private visit to THE JUAN CARLOS MALDONADO ART COLLECTION 3841 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 201 

 

RSVP Required

 

The Ye’kwana Universe Living in the Middle of the Jungle

The Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection now presents one of the most important nuclei of its heritage: the Ye’kwana collection. Comprised of a considerable number of works of art and utilitarian objects from this Amazonian ethnic group, this nucleus - let us call it “anthropological” - fulfills a central function within any modern collection: that of responding to that double longing of our time that, together with the desire for technological progress and human welfare, seeks to anchor its experience in the deepest psychological needs of humanity. Those need that because they are primordial, we have described as primitive, first or primal. The Ye’kwana Universe/Living in the Middle of the Jungle is therefore an exhibition that brings together the most representative objects of this new nucleus of the JCMAC, which, in a dialogue that is as constant as it is necessary with its abstract-geometric center, both completes and enriches it at the same time.

Intending to show the public these objects in the most meaningful way possible - that is, explaining the how and why of their practical uses and their ever-present symbolic value - we have organized them into two large thematic blocks, namely:

  • Surviving in the middle of the rain forests: material life
  • The hidden forces: spiritual life

To accomplish this, we have decided to exhibit them in dialogue with the photographic work of the Swiss-Venezuelan artist Barbara Brändli, who worked within the Ye’kwana communities during the 1960s and who knew how to glean from the everyday the spirit of an exceptional community.
Lastly, the objects gathered in this exhibition come, for the most part, from the expeditions carried out by Venezuelan explorer Charles Brewer-Carías, who for more than sixty years traveled through Ye’kwana villages, studying their ways of life, both in their material and metaphysical expressions.
By Ariel Jiménez, Curator.

  

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 SUNDAY 4 DEC    

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

FROST MUSEUM OF ART, BREAKFAST IN THE PARK (10975 SW 17th St, Miami, Fl 33199)

Enjoy a complimentary breakfast and guided tours of the museum’s exhibitions and Sculpture Park.

There will be a conversation with internationally renowned artist Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons and innovator curator Elvia Rosa castro. 

   

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CLAUDIA AMMIRATA
VIP Manager Miami
tra.atnip@atarimmac