PINTA, the Latin American fair of modern and contemporary art, will open its doors from November 10th to the 13th at its new location at 7 West 34th Street in Manhattan.
This year PINTA, the Latin American fair of modern and contemporary art, will have a brand new look when it opens its doors in the heart of New York. Our new location at 7 West 34th Street in Manhattan will accommodate fifty galleries and projects from the United States, Latin America and Europe that will showcase their best Latin American artists.
For the fifth year in a row, New York will see some of the best modern art, including work by masters of painting and sculpture from Latin America such as Fernando Botero, Rufino Tamayo, Wifredo Lam and Roberto Matta; even as geometric abstraction and concrete art have been our signature since the first edition of the fair in 2007.
The public will also be able to appreciate the rediscovery of conceptual art from the 1970s and 80s: a movement that curators and specialists are revisiting and doing an in-depth rereading of, and that has been the main focus of interest of museums and private collectors in the last few years.
Meanwhile, PINTA will offer visitors the best of the most current and contemporary artistic production of the region.
According to Diego Costa Peuser, the fair’s director, “this year we want to reinforce the concept of a boutique fair with proposals and presentations of the highest quality.“
“PINTA is a project that continues to grow and expand,” said Chairman Alejandro Zaia. “The second edition in London last June was a success and we are expecting the best for this edition in New York. In this way we will continue to contribute toward the strengthening and increased visibility of Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese art in the two cultural capitals of the world.”
Thursday, November 10th 6:00pm — 9:00pm: VIP Opening. By invitation only.
Friday, November 11th 2:00pm — 8:00pm Saturday, November 12th 12:00pm — 8:00pm Sunday, November 13th 12:00pm — 7:00pm
7 West 34th Street, at 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10001
General Admission $25