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PINTA MIAMI 2023 – A MEETING AND DIFFUSION EPICENTER
Pinta Miami 2023 closed its 17th edition celebrating Latin American art with artists, curators, collectors and a large number of visitors and art lovers.
POST-HUMANISM AND COLLABORATION. AN INTERVIEW WITH TRINIDAD METZ BREA
Argentine artist Trinidad Metz Brea is part of the 2023 edition of Pinta Miami, within the NEXT section that presents emerging artists from Latin America. In an interview with Arte al Día, she explores the contradictions and challenges of our present and how this is the seedbed for her sculptures, murals and post-human figures.
MANOELA MEDEIROS ESCAPES ARTISTIC DEFINITIONS AND EXPLORES THE EVOLUTION OF THE NON-PLACE
In her practice, Brazilian artist Manoela Medeiros questions artistic media by going beyond their conventional formats, producing paintings and in situ installations that explore the relationships between space, time, and the corporeality of art and of the viewer. Together with Felipe Cohen, they are part of Kubik Gallery’s proposal for Pinta Miami 2023.
INFINITE REALITIES OF GRONDONA AND GÓMEZ CANLE ON PINTA'S RADAR
CLEMENCIA ECHEVERRI NOMINATED IN ArtBo FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICAN ART AWARD
The EFG Latin America Art Award, in partnership with ArtNexus, presented the ArtBo nominated artist as a finalist for its annual acquisition award. Clemencia Echeverri from Bogotá, represented by Rolf Art gallery, Buenos Aires, adds up to the list of selected artists. The winner will be announced at Pinta Miami during Art Week in Miami.
ANTONIO BRICEÑO REFLECTS ON THE VULNERABILITY AND SPLENDOR OF INDIGENOUS CULTURES
Born in Venezuela, Antonio Briceño is a photographer and biologist. His series Dioses de América. Panteón natural (Gods of America. Natural Pantheon) participates in the Special Project Amazonia of Pinta Miami 2023. He has been working for more than 20 years on this series, whose purpose is to make visible the indigenous mythologies that have survived Christianity and colonialism, but are still in danger of extinction.
GIULIANA VIDARTE: "THROUGH EXHIBITIONS WE CAN LOOK AT THE PAST IN ORDER TO THINK ABOUT TODAY"
Giuliana Vidarte is a curator, art historian and teacher. Her work focuses on the rewriting of history from the perspective of the discourse of the Peruvian Amazon. In an interview with Arte al Día, she talks about her career and how she developed the curatorial proposal for the NEXT section for Pinta Miami 2023.
PINTA MIAMI 2023: A NEW EDITION COMITTED TO THE DISSEMINATION OF CONTEMPORARY LATIN AMERICAN ART
PINTA BAphoto: A VIBRANT 2023 EDITION
Pinta BAphoto closed its 19th edition at La Rural, Buenos Aires, Argentina. The fair specialized in photography –a unique format in Latin America– brought together artists, gallery owners, collectors and art lovers to explore the best of contemporary photography.
VIDEO PROJECT PINTA BAphoto 2023: THE MOVING IMAGE
Video Project is the section of Pinta BAphoto dedicated exclusively to the moving image. In its seventh edition, the common thread is the relationship of bodies with the environment and the notion that in every act of looking there is an expectation of meaning, where the important thing is not seeing, but the way we process and relate things. Tickets are available for Friday, September 29 and Saturday, September 30, and Sunday, October 1 at Ticketek.
SIMETRÍA DOMESTICA: ARTISTS' BOOK - PINTA BAphoto 2023
Pinta BAphoto, the largest art fair specializing in photography in Latin America, is holding its 19th edition at La Rural, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Tickets for Friday, September 29, Saturday, September 30 and Sunday, October 1 are available at Ticketek.
CELEBRATING PHOTOGRAPHY AT PINTA BAphoto 2023
The 19th edition of Pinta BAphoto opened at La Rural, Buenos Aires, Argentina with emerging and established artists, unique curatorial proposals and more than 40 exhibiting galleries from Argentina and the world. Tickets for Friday, September 29, Saturday, September 30 and Sunday, October 1 are available at Ticketek.
MARÍA A. IOVINO MOSCARELLA: ABOUT THE SPECIAL PROJECT "SOURCES"
María A. Iovino Moscarella has developed a recognized work in Colombian and Latin American art as a teacher, researcher, curator and advisor on cultural projects. In the 2023 edition of Pinta BAphoto, she is participating as curator of Special Project: Sources by Andrés Ramírez Gaviria.
SOL MIRAGLIA AND ESTUDIO LUISITA. A LEGACY IN MOTION
Foto Estudio Luisita is a photographic archive of Argentine show business that records, among many treasures, the golden age of revue theater.
JOAQUÍN SÁNCHEZ AT PINTA UNIVERSE: A SEARCH FOR DIALOGUE AND REFLECTION
Joaquín Sánchez is a multidisciplinary artist whose work has been nurtured by the knowledge and skills of indigenous and popular communities in Bolivia and Paraguay, with whom he has been developing collaborative processes for more than two decades. His proposals, although they cover a wide spectrum of languages and discourses, recognize precise axes linked to the history and ancestral culture of the peoples that have long inhabited the territory that both countries disputed almost a century ago, as well as to his own history, in a sort of personal ethnography made of fragments of memory.
PINTA BAphoto 2023: THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STORY
A new edition of Pinta BAphoto will be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from September 28 to October 1. With a return to La Rural as its main location, the 19th edition will feature the participation of projects that focus on historical photography.
JUAN TRAVNIK'S URBAN LANDSCAPES
Materia is the new exhibition at Fundación Larivière by Argentine photographer Juan Travnik, recently awarded the National Lifetime Achievement Award 2022.
YUYO GARDIOL: "I LIKE TO THINK THAT PHYSICAL SPACES ARE STARTING POINTS AND NOT ANCHORS"
Since 2012 as an artists' space and 2018 as a gallery, CRUDO manages exhibition spaces, participates in fairs and also manages and collaborates with residency programs, collectionism and artists' workshops. In an interview with Arte al Día, director and artist Yuyo Gardiol, talks about the origin and trajectory of the space.
PINTA BAphoto RETURNS TO LA RURAL IN ITS 2023 EDITION
From September 28 to October 1, 2023, the 19th edition of Pinta BAphoto will take place at La Rural, Pavilion 8. With EFG Wealth Management as Main Sponsor, BAphoto is the only art fair specialized in photography in Latin America. Tickets are available for Friday, September 29, Saturday, September 30, and Sunday, October 1, at Ticketek.
IOSI ARAMBURU IS arteBA 2023'S ARTIST NOMINEE FOR THE EFG LATIN AMERICAN AWARD
WALTER BARRIOS AND NICOLÁS TROMBETTA JOIN TOGETHER IN AN EXHIBITION IN MAR DEL PLATA
La arquitectura de los peces y el perfume del error (The architecture of fish and the perfume of error) is the photography exhibition of Walter Barrios and Nicolás Trombetta at the Museo Municipal de Arte Juan Carlos Castagnino, in Mar del Plata, Argentina.
ART WEEK 2023 ARRIVES IN BUENOS AIRES
From August 27 to September 3, 2023, the fourth edition of Art Week will take place with more than 100 activities to enjoy throughout the city of Buenos Aires and 8 new works to discover in public spaces.
THE SITE-SPECIFIC INSTALLATION BY JOAQUÍN SÁNCHEZ AT CASA M
Within the framework of Pinta Sud ASU 2023 in Asunción, Paraguay, Casa M becomes for a few days the perfect setting for the site-specific intervention by artist Joaquín Sánchez, entitled The architecture of the body. Poetics of space and other fictions.
PINTA Sud ASU 2023 – A DIALOGUE WITH AIMÉ IGLESIAS LUKIN
Aimé Iglesias Lukin is an art historian and curator. Born and raised in Buenos Aires, she has been living in New York since 2011. She earned her PhD in art history from Rutgers University with a dissertation titled "This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York 1965–1975," which became an exhibition at Americas Society in 2021. Her writings have been featured at international conferences and published by prestigious museums and academic journals, including the New Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Guggenheim Museum.