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“It feels incredible to be applauded. Veterans don’t often get applauded.”

— Marcello Vallejo

Out of something terrible, came something very beautiful. Minefield (Campo Minado) isn’t about the history and politics of Las Malvinas. It is about war. It …

If you happen to be walking down Gorostiaga towards Luis María Campos (perhaps on your way to do some shopping at El Solar), you might notice an old, slightly imposing looking church enclosed by a brick wall that takes up …

New voice here! I know that no one can replace the incomparable Juliette, but at least I can provide a few clues as to how to spend your precious free time this weekend. Here’s the day-by-day rundown:

Friday, June 3rd:

Amidst the grey tones of one of the country’s largest and most important psychiatric hospitals lies an oasis of explosive color. Since 2002, Hospital José Tiburcio Borda (El Borda) in Buenos Aires’ Barracas neighborhood has dedicated an indoor and outdoor

Lautaro Cuttica successfully made his Buenos Aires gallery debut last week at the Espacio Enso in La Recoleta. The New York based, Buenos Aires born artist has trekked a similar path to that of his father: well-known Argentine artist Eugenio

The new exposition at the MUNTREF museum will feature more than 140 works by the legendary Spanish artist, Francisco Goya. You can experience them all for free, in addition to insight into Goya’s influences and etching technique integrated from the

Diego Rivera’s Baile en Tehuantepec or Dance in Tehuantepec was recently purchased for a whopping USD $15.7 million and will be featured at the MALBA starting in March of next year. The acquisition marks a record price for a Latin

Thursday 19th May marks the start of the ArteBA contemporary art fair in Palermo’s La Rural — the most important of its kind in Latin America and one of the city’s most culturally important events. Over 80 galleries are participating …