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 esteemed 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.
In its 10th anniversary, the main section of the fair is made up of more than forty galleries from around the world. They were selected for the quality of their artists and the novelty of the presented projects. This year more than 200 artists from the region will participate, in this way promoting and exhibiting the quality of artistic production in Latin America.
Solo Duo Projects 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.
NEXT proposes the display of emerging galleries selected for their relevance within the contemporary scene of their regions.
Produced by Verónica Santalla, Media Point proposes face-to-face and virtual content to learn, rethink, and debate about contemporary artistic practices. Its programming includes: Forum, auditorium cycles organized by invited curators; Open Files, videos focused on artists and details of their works; Live Talks, virtual and face-to-face talks on topics of interest; Guided Tours of the fairs by invited experts; and Masterclass, virtual and with specialists in each field of contemporary art.
Video Project seeks innovative and immersive proposals that work with the moving image. On this occasion, the theme revolves around the posthuman, the environment and the relationship between humans and nature.
The Sculpture Garden brings together the work of young artists who reflect on the relationships between open space, nature, landscape and architecture, as a response to the same spatial characteristics of the section, presented in the front garden of the Casa Prado.
The Amazonía’s art section exhibits recognized artists from native Amazonian tribes.
Lo que los ojos no ven (What eyes can’t see)
Amazonian art is one of the most important contemporary Peruvian art phenomena. Artists from native communities have empowered themselves with Western art media and techniques to express their own imagery and cultures.
Proyecto especial Site-specific Roberto Huarcaya
El reconocido artista presentará una obra inédita site specific en Casa Prado, recinto donde se realizará la feria.
As a sign of support and encouragement, Pinta PArC highlights the work of the AMANO Museum and its collection of Pre-Columbian Textile Art.
The official PINTA PArC catalogue presents, in detail, the exhibiting galleries and original works commissioned exclusively for PINTA.
Pinta PArC busca apoyar la práctica artística a través de premios que se entregan en el transcurso de la feria.
Pinta is excited to announce the launch of its mobile app Pinta.Art. With unique access to fairs, events and all the information, this new tool includes innovative functions.
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.
This year’s edition of Pinta PArC will provide a stronger emphasis to Next and Solo Projects. Working with esteemed curators Oscar Roldán and Florencia Portocarrero, these two sections will highlight the individual voices of artists who inspire courage and originality.
As part of Pinta PArC’s online affair, and transcending borders of all kinds, Pinta hosts Media Point, produced by Vero Santalla. It is a digital section with unique audiovisual content: talks with experts (LiveTalks, curated by Miguel López), insights on the artists’ work (OpenFile) and custom Live Virtual Tours.
Lima offers an opportunity to visit the different institutions, ICPNA (Peruvian North American Cultural Institute), MALI (Lima Art Museum), MAC (Museum of Contemporary Art), MATE (Mario Testino Museum), Pedro de Osma Museum, LARCO Museum and AMANO Museum, ( Pre-Columbian Textile Museum) and to be able to enjoy the contemporary local and international scene.
The institutions offer special exhibitions that coincide with the PArC Art fair.
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 third year, EFG is proud to be the main sponsor of PArC 2023. Additionally, the EFG Latin American Art Award, in collaboration with Art Nexus, 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 thirteenth 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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