PINTA PArC 2023 - CELEBRATING A DECADE OF DIFFUSION OF LATIN AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY ART IN PERU
The tenth edition of Pinta PArC ended last Sunday, held at the mythical Casa Prado, in Lima, Perú. An epicenter of artistic identities of the region in which more than 200 artists and cultural institutions participated.
Pinta PArC, Perú Arte Contemporáneo was ambitiously curated by Irene Gelfman, Miguel A. López, Florencia Portocarrero, Florencia Battiti, Gredna Landolt Pardo, Max Hernández Calvo and Verónica Santalla.
This 2023 edition continued with the objective of disseminating the richness of the region's artistic ecosystem through its sections: Main Section, Solo Duo Projects, NEXT, Amazonía, the Sculpture Garden and Video Project. The fair's catalog is already online to relive the different sectors and their works.
In addition, Pinta PArC had its Media Point space, with on-site and virtual content to learn about, rethink and discuss contemporary artistic practices. The program included: Forum, auditorium cycles organized by guest 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 guest experts; and Masterclass, virtual and with specialists in each field of contemporary art.
The objective was to bring together curators, artists, collectors, gallery owners and professionals linked to contemporary art in order to expand the perspective on artistic production, the art market, the role of collecting and new technologies.
"I would especially like to thank our main Sponsor EFG Wealth Management and our sponsors: Audi, CC17, Hilton Hotel, Aloft Hotel, Atemporal Deco & Home," said Diego Costa Peuser, Pinta's director. He added: "To the unconditional support of Bottega Dasso, Simon, Book Vivant, Paraiso Hotel B and the institutions that always accompany us: AMANO, ICPNA, Museo Mali Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Lima (MAC), Corriente Alterna and Markham College.