Crossing Cultures is preparing for its 13th edition. Located in a new space and presenting to the global market as an Ibero-American art fair, this year will count on different projects exhibited by international curators. As it completes its 5th year at Mana Wynwood, the event expects more than 50.000 visitors during the 4th and 8th of December.
After more than a decade, PINTA MIAMI is one of the main references of Latin American Art for collectors, professionals, museums, and Institutions. The event establishes itself with an Ibero American focus, counting with the presence of Spain and Portugal. Both of them are presented at Pinta Countries Section along with Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Colombia, and Mexico. Curated by Roc Laseca, Alicia Ventura and Oscar Roldan, the galleries will present two different artists being both, or at least one of them, born after the ’80s. This section intends to allow visitors to discover new artists.
One of the big news of Pinta’s 13th edition is the Sculpture Garden Space. This new outdoor space is going to be dedicated to exhibit performances, video art, and installations curated by Ysabel Pinyol from Mana Contemporary. Continuing with last year´s project, Ad Astra II presents a vast scenario of known Ibero American artists. #PINTAMiami @PINTAMiami