LOOK OUT! PINTA 2009 IS BACK IN NYC || Metropolitan Pavilion & B. Altman Building

The Modern and Contemporary Latin American Fair opens on November 19 

A RICH PANORAMA OF THE HISTORY AND EVOLUTION
IN MODERN LATIN AMERICAN ART

 logo art circuits 2009                                            
Darío Escobar. Untitled, detail, 2008.
Courtesy Josee Bienvenu Gallery.
 

Sixty carefully selected galleries will set the pace for the modern and contemporary Latin American art market in New York, during the celebration of PINTA. This annual Latin American art fair is slated for November 19th to 22nd, 2009 at the Metropolitan Pavilion y B. Altman Building, in Chelsea, New York.


ENHANCING MUSEUMS COLLECTIONS
Mira Schendel Untitled 1981The established PINTA Museum Acquisitions Program, created to incentivize the art market and enhance museum collections, guarantees funds to selected museums for the acquisition of works at PINTA.


“The program has driven several institutions to add important Latin American artwork to their collections, including works, by Joaquín Torres García, Antonio Manuel, Alexander Arrechea, Arthur Luiz Piza, Fernando Bryce, Gego, Liliana Porter and Elías Crespín,” states Mauro Herlitzka, PINTA’S Institutional Director.


The newly invited institutions include: Museum of Fine Arts (Houston), Museum of Fine Arts and Harvard Art Museum (Boston), Tate Modern Art Gallery (London), El Museo del Barrio (New York), Pinacoteca do Estado Museu de São Paulo de Arte Contemporânea (Sao Paulo, Brazil) and Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo (Mexico D.F.).  Also, the Museum of Modern Art (New York), Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art (Austin, Texas), Museo de Arte Latinoamericano (Buenos Aires) and Museo de Arte de Lima (Peru) are expected to be at PINTA.



Mira Schendel Untitled 1981. Courtesy Galería Berenice Arvani

60 GALLERIES FROM THE AMERICAS AND EUROPE

Cecilia Paredes Galleries from the United States, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Cuba, Germany and Spain.


Cecilia Paredes Rythmic Garland 2009. Courtesy Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts
 
Aina Nowack/AAC Madrid | Alejandra Von Hartz Gallery Miami | Alexander and Bonin New York | Alexander Gray Associates New York | Aninat Isabel Santiago | Arevalo Arte Miami | Artepuy Caracas | Baró São Paulo | Blanca Soto Arte Madrid | Bolsa de Arte Porto Alegre | Bourbon-Lally Haiti | Carmen Araujo Galería Caracas | Cecilia de Torres, LTD New York | Celma Albuquerque Belo Horizonte | Christopher Paschall Galería s. XXI Bogota | Consorcio de Arte Buenos Aires | Dan Galería São Paulo | Daniel Abate Galería Buenos Aires | Dean Project New York | Diana Lowenstein Fine Art Miami | Die Ecke Arte Contemporáneo Santiago | Durban Segnini Gallery Caracas-Miami | Eleven Rivington New York | Faría Fábregas Galería Caracas | Fernando Zubillaga Caracas | Frederico Sève Gallery / latincollector New York | Galería Berenice Arvani São Paulo | Galería Forum Lima | Galería Nara Roesler São Paulo | Galería Patricia Ready Santiago | Galeria Sicart Barcelona | Galeria Thomas Cohn São Paulo | Galerie Kai Hilgemann Berlin | GC Estudio de Arte Buenos Aires | Ginocchio Gallery Mexico City | Habana Havana | Hardcore Art Contemporary Space Miami | Henrique Faría Fine Art New York | Hosfelt Gallery New York | Ideobox Artspace Miami | Ignacio Liprandi Arte Contemporáneo Buenos Aires | Jacob Karpio Galería Costa Rica | James Fuentes LLC New York | Josée Bienvenu Gallery New York | Kiosko Galería Santa Cruz | Lyle O. Reitzel Santo Domingo-Miami | Magnan Projects New York | masArt Galeria Barcelona | Nohra Haime Gallery New York | Pan American Art Projects Miami | Peter Fetterman Gallery Santa Monica | Praxis International Art New York | Ricco / Maresca Gallery New York | RJ Fine Art Connecticut | Sammer Gallery LLC Miami | Sandunga Granada | Sextante Bogota | Toca / Galería Mexico City | Y Gallery New York.

 

“The fair will feature excellent artistic proposals in its 2009 edition, as it will include new international galleries,” said Diego Costa Peuser, director of PINTA. “This will allow us to maintain and enhance the quality. Collectors and public may have the chance to continue discovering Latin American artists. That is our main objective.”


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