Taking place early December, at the same time as the unimissable Art Basel Miami Beach, PINTA Miami showcases artworks from 300 different artists. The show truly aims to promote Latin American talent with an international outlook. Held in the colourful art district of Miami, it is a lively event where well-known artists offer pieces for sale, as well as emerging names. Each year, more than 60 international galleries participate, bringing together cutting original and egdy work. PINTA Miami is divided onto different sections. The “Main Section” is the largest, alongside a ‘Solo Project’ area, a ‘Countries’ area, and a section devoted to print with special editions and rare publications displayed. Finally, there are a program of activities on the schedule such as tours and award presentations.

PINTA Miami 2020


Mana Wynwood
2217 NW 5th Ave.
Miami, FL 33127
United States

Opening hours

1 December: 6pm – 9pm (Preview)
2 December: 5pm – 9pm (Opening)
3-5 December: 12pm – 9pm
6 December: 12pm – 7pm

Entrance Fee

General Admission: $30
Seniors/ Students: $15
Children Under 12: Free



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