Buenos Aires, September 2010. While in this year of the Bicentenario (celebration of 200 years of Independence) the art of Argentina tours around the world, we have traveled to the city on the Rio de la Plata to get a glimpse of what the art scene normally offers there. In our Special Art in Buenos Aires, we sum up our impressions through a photographic tour, which also includes detailed information on several institutions and exhibitions.
In-depth information & photo tours:
16 stations including:
Imán: Nueva York
Fundación Proa. Argentine artists between Buenos Aires and New York in the 1960s - reconstruction of a crucial period.
Identidades en Tránsito
Photographic works by 45 artists in the former "La Prensa" building. Part of the Festival of Light.
Espacio Itaú Cultural. Photographical works by 9 participants. Exhibition in the frame of the Festival de la Luz.
Topographies of the Other - Quebrada de Humahuaca. Patio Itaú Cultural, new space for young artists and curators.
Premio CCEBA Arte 2010
Palais de Glace. Prize of the Spanish Cultural Center in Buenos Aires for young artists from Argentina.
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. Paintings of the well-known Argentine master Antonio Berni (1905 - 1981).
Centro Cultural Recoleta
The exhibition and cultural events center - brief history. Four exhibitions featured in our tour:
El Filo del espacio, artworks 1945-2010. Centro Cultural Recoleta, Cronopios Hall.
Ex data. Centro Cultural Recoleta, Prometeus Hall.
Premio Fundación Andreani
Centro Cultural Recoleta, Halls 4, 5 and 6.
On-Off. Centro Cultural Recoleta, Hall 10.
Alejandro Xul Solar
Museum in what was the artist's home (1887-1963), designed as a re-interpretation of his original pictorial space.
Malba - Fundación Costantini
Exhibitions of Alfredo Prior and Silvia Rivas at the Museum for Latin American Art of Buenos Aires.
Pasado & Presente
A selection from the New Media collection of the Centre Pompidou, Paris. Espacio Fundación Telefónica.
Fire of Lights. Fundación YPF - Arte en la Torre, Port Madero.
Museum of the Fundación Banco Francés, dedicated to the work of the sculptor, housed in the historical Casona Alsina in Belgrano.
A tour through exhibitions, museums and art spaces in Buenos Aires in September 2010. With more than 200 photos and lots of information about the venues, events, artworks, and artists.