Isabel Croxatto Galería takes part in the 12th edition of PINTA MIAMI – Crossing Cultures, representing Chile at the Countries Section of the fair, to be held from 5 – 9 December at Mana Wynwood in Miami’s Art District.
Isabel Croxatto Galería’s proposal for Pinta Miami consists of a duo show featuring artists Andrea Lería (1980), presenting part of her series An Unfolding Portrait: Ghosts, the piece The Infinite Garden, and a site specific intervention; and Andrea Wolf (1979), showcasing her series Faces, Traces, digitally intervened found vintage portraits.
PINTA Countries Section focuses in five countries this year: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico. Matías Allende (1990), young Chilean curator, has been appointed to curate the Chilean pavilion. His proposal De la geografía demente a lo telúrico [From the Demented Geography to the Telluric] focuses on the rhetoric of Chilean Nobel Prize poets Gabriela Mistral and Pablo Neruda, suggesting an intrinsic relationship between the subjects and the landscape.