This fall the creators behind Pinta, the Latin American modern and contemporary art show, are not only celebrating five years of displaying the works of some of the most prominent Latin American artists in the Big Apple, they are also showing in a new location. This year Pinta welcomed the public at its new location, 7 West 34th Street. The new location also brought a new look as the show was set up like a labyrinth with sculptures, mixed media and canvases seamlessly running into each other. As in the past, New Yorkers were able to view the works of artist such as Fernando Botero, Rufino Tamayo, Wifredo Lam and Roberto Matta. Viewers also had the opportunity to witness the rediscovery of conceptual art from the 70s and 80s.
Participating US galleries included those from Manhattan, New York, Miami and San Antonio, as well as those from Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Santo Domingo, Spain, Cuba and Venezuela.
Photo courtesy of Galeria Millan
Slideshow: F.A.M.E NYC Editor