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The ninth edition of PArC, Peru Arte Contemporáneo, will take place between April 20th and 24th, 2022. Integrated into the Pinta universe, the most relevant international art fair in Peru is characterized by an ambitious experimental program and a selection of galleries with diverse and more contemporary proposals than ever.

Pinta PArC, positioned among the most relevant cultural exchange platforms in the region, can be visited at Casa Prado (Av. 28 de Julio 878, Miraflores).

PINTA PArC 2022 will feature in its MAIN SECTION the participation of 45 galleries with great local and international experience, in addition to two sections: SOLO PROJECT curated by Oscar Roldán and the NEXT section, where Florencia Portocarrero presents six emerging galleries with relevance within of the contemporary scene, focusing on the youngest artistic production in the region.

This year, Pinta PArC will also feature its MEDIA POINT program, coordinated by Verónica Santalla, where face-to-face and virtual activities will be scheduled, such as interviews with artists, gallery owners and collectors, a cycle of Masterclasses and Open File videos in which artists share details about their artworks. In addition, the AUDITORIUM program will be carried out by prestigious curator Miguel López, who establishes an international platform for conversation and debate on the changing dynamics of artistic, curatorial, research, and editorial production and the forms of collecting in Latin America in the last years.

In line with Pinta PArC’s cultural commitment, the most relevant art institutions in Lima will offer exhibitions in special agreement with PArC. In this way, the cultural circuit of the city is activated holistically to offer visitors the most complete local and international experience. The participating institutions are: ICPNA (Peruvian American Cultural Institute), MALI (Lima Museum of Art), MAC (Museum of Contemporary Art), MATE (Mario Testino Museum), Pedro de Osma Museum, LARCO Museum and AMANO Museum, (Pre-Columbian Textile Museum).


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Diego Costa Peuser

Diego Costa Peuser


Diego Costa Peuser is a cultural manager specialized in Latin American art. In this field, he has led various initiatives that allowed the greater and better understanding of artistic creation in the region.


Diego Costa Peuser is the director of the Arte al Día International magazine, founded 41 years ago by Jorge Costa Peuser and considered a leader among the media specialized in Ibero-American art. In this way, he has contributed to the recognition of movements and developments of artistic modernity. Arte al Día International has built a unique archive of reviews, interviews, profiles and news that show the exponential growth of the artistic ecosystem in the region and the world.


As co-creator and director of influential art fairs in Buenos Aires, Lima, Miami, New York, London and, soon, Basel, Diego Costa Peuser has promoted a change in the outlook of these metropolises, epicenters of cultural activity, on the nature and historical incidence of American artists. Whether in relation to the avant-garde, as well as to current contemporary creation, the projects directed by Costa Peuser open a dialogue between different practices from the North and the South. In this sense, he has promoted re-readings of art history that have turned the recognition of transcendental works and figures.


Committed to the present, Diego Costa Peuser faces challenges with social conscience and responsibility. In 2010 he was distinguished as one of the 100 most influential Hispanics in Florida and from 2011 to 2015 he served on the Miami Board of the TECHO Foundation. For this foundation, and within the framework of Art Basel Miami Beach, he organized the ‘Art Techos’ event that brought together prominent artists in order to raise funds for the construction of houses in less favored sectors of the continent. During the Covid-19 pandemic, Diego's projects provided uninterrupted support and dissemination through innovative virtual platforms. Forward thinking and faithful to progress, the PINTA fairs will be developed in a hybrid format (virtual and in-person) to facilitate access and maximize their reach.


His work as projects and media director has been one of the factors in the growing attraction of the Ibero-American artistic language. It has crossed borders and energized the market, providing unique opportunities for all sectors and art agents.