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It’s a great time to be a lover of art in Buenos Aires and this weekend is chock full of events that are sure to stimulate and wow. Here are the top three openings that should make it on your list this weekend.

“Labyrinth of Passions” by Cristina Fresca

This exhibition involves art, photography and installation pieces and is meant to take us into a labyrinth of sorts. The kind of journey that makes you question whether the road you’ve chosen is the right one. Artist Cristina Fresca brings us there using two motifs – the passion flower and the Chartres Cathedral labyrinth in France.

Opens on September 16th to November 20th in Museo Evita, Lanifur 2988.

Tuesday to Sunday from 11 AM to 8 PM. Tickets AR$ 15

Where do we want to be? Fresca gives us a question
Where do we want to be? Fresca gives us a question

“Formally” by Franco Lippi and Jano Sicura

After showing in Italy, the Argentinian painter Franco Lippi and the Italian sculptor Jano Sicura showcase their itinerant exhibition named “Formally” where they collaborate together to give birth to a mixture of what they explain as “a conjunction of circumstances and unique personal experience” where we can appreciate Lippi´s giant paintings and Sicura´s iron sculpture work.

Opens on September 17th up to October 9th in Museo Sivori, Avenida Infanta Isabel 555

Tuesday to Friday from 12 PM to 8 PM. Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM to 8 PM.

Tickets AR $25. Free days: Wednesday and Fridays.

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The exhibition in Italy was a success.

“Essay About Certainty” by Paloma Marques

The artist from La Rioja, researches “the conflicts of the mankind” through painting, sound and installation. She goes through emptiness, rhythm and repetitions with a crown of tiny characters, each determined to accomplish something great. 

Opens on September 15th up to September 30th in Espacio Modos, Nicaragua 5041. Tuesday to Saturday from 3 PM to 8 PM.

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“A cada paso del Camino Aprendía” by Paloma Marques