With the curatorship of Omar-Pascual Castillo, Mario Gioia and José Antonio Navarrete Pinta Miami's Main Section presents an international selection of galleries in which varied contemporary axis converge and which share an important common gene: Ibero American culture.
Section curated by Oscar Roldán that 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 engage more deeply and personally with the artists.
Under the curatorship of Florencia Portocarrero, Next proposes the visualization of emerging galleries with regard to the contemporary scene of their regions.
The Special Projects section of Pinta Miami 2022, curated by Félix Suazo, presents the work of Carlos Medina, Richard Garet, Muu Blanco and Julia Zurilla, who focus on different aspects of the contemporary art scene, using media such as installation and video. The proposals question issues of high significance in today's society; among them, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the challenges of climate change and the incidence of science and technology in artistic processes.
Pinta Miami joins this celebration with a new tribute. In collaboration with the Aina Nowack Gallery, we invite our international visitors to enjoy this great symphony inhabited by the lyrical and playful compositions of Ides: her white, black and red series.
Curado por Gean Moreno
As the Pinta Art Fair continues to consolidate as one of the most important of the hemisphere, drawing connections between artists, curators, institutions and collectors throughout the Americas, it is also evolving its critical programming.
In these sixteen editions of Pinta, a revisionist endeavor has been clearly manifested, offering very specific and special curatorial views from a historical perspective, where the Latin American tradition of Concrete Art, and its drifts from Op Art, or Kinetic Art, as well as the first Conceptual, and the legacy of the investigations in Geometric Abstraction, or in Object Art, have opened paths that, to this day, continue to be a foothold of interest for artists, for collectors, curators and historians of current art, and for our general public.
Curated by Pascal Tarabay, artist and designer, the show will focus on the Latin American contemporary design scene.
Under the theme Tropicalizando, the selection of furniture, objects, lighting and rugs is a testimony of today’s dynamic interaction between traditional and contemporary design processes and materials, international design culture and local customs, which have created a variety of new hybrid languages and identities in the Americas.