What you can’t miss at the PINTA Miami 2016

On its 10th anniversary, the modern and contemporary Latin American art fair PINTA Miami is more international and interdisciplinary than ever. It will be held from 11/30 to 12/4 at the Mana Wynwood convention center. The curators responsible for this edition are José Antonio Navarrete (photography), Roc Laseca (drawing) and Jesús Fuenmayor (visual projects).

Next, check out some of the artists you should keep an eye on:

Jorge Cabieses


This Peruvian-born artist is one of the most important names in the contemporary visual art scene, proposing a rereading of abstract art.

The work: Untitled, intervention on a Gobelin tapestry, 2012.


Oscar Abraham Pabon


Architecture and the public space are the starting point for this Venezuelan artist who intends to structure, through contemporary art, a research and investigation platform.


Douglas Rodrigo Rada


An important name in the contemporary international scene, this Bolivian-born artist assimilates the influence of different cultures into his art.

The work: Calaca y metro, 2016.


Pachi Giustinian


This Argentine artist works with found objects that draw her attention due to their shape and color.

The work: Untitled, unstructured acrylic painting, 2014.