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).
Being the principal section of the fair, Main Section is constituted by forty-five galleries from all over the world, selected for the world-class quality of its artists and projects exhibited.
Disorganization and spatial dislocation always have their comical side, and few things are more comical than three pairs of tangled pants, fallen on the ground, in a motionless dance. Curator Oscar Roldán.
Under the curatorship of Florencia Portocarrero, Next proposes the visualization of six emerging galleries with regard to the contemporary scene of their regions.
Tiodoro carries out constant research and technical, material and formal exploration, which has led him to deliver talks in other Latin American countries. Thanks to his active participation in the Ruraq Maki fair, the quality of his artistic work began to be recognized by different local collectors.
As a sign of support and encouragement, Pinta PArC highlights the work of the AMANO Museum and its collection of Pre-Columbian Textile Art.
Curated by Miguel López and Vero Santalla, the auditorium for Pinta PArC 2022 offers talks and interviews with collectors, gallery owners, curators and artists linked to the field of contemporary Latin American art, who will reflect on how the art world has changed after the pandemic , the ethics of collecting, the convergences and divergences between art and design, thought and photographic vision, among other topics of interest.