From November 11 to 14, Pier 92 played host to Pinta The Modern & Contemporary Latin American Art Show. The artwork was divided in three sections: the Galleries, Solo Exhibitions and Art Projects with selections by curator Pablo Leon de la Barra. Galleries from the U.S., Europe and Latin America presented abstract, concrete, neo-concrete, kinetic and conceptual art, as well as of other contemporary art movements. The works hailed from Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Columbia, Brazil, Bolivia, Venezuela and Cuba. During the opening, patrons sipped wine and ate popcorn from jars strategically placed throughout the venue. Displaying various mediums and providing a consistent platform to showcase Latino artists, it is my belief that Pinta NY 2010 was a triumph.