Barcelona 1993. He always works from the action and its trace in the world. His work emerges from the movement, always abstract, sober and austere. Pintó started his artistic practice in the urban circuit. His nature, free and unfiltered, outside of the commercial circuit and without conceptual zeal, deeply marks the evolution of his work. In this environment, speed becomes essential. This forced him to move away from his obsession of perfection and to look for other types of tools to be able to speed up the process. Through that, he discovered all the other nuances: expressiveness, inconstancy and randomness. He possesses clear connotations that continue to define his style: austerity and a continuous search for the primary.