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Articles by Catherine Quiroga

It’s unusual for the Buenos Aires Zoo to close its doors to visitors on a Friday. But on September 4, it did just that.

The main entrance was covered with banners displaying messages such as, “Strike due to company non-compliance”

Here’s another Argentine contradiction: although it’s illegal, street art in all of its forms has covered Buenos Aires for over a century. Today, in fact, many local authorities encourage urban artists to paint the city’s walls in order to fight …

Aside from asado, mate, Fernet and (of course) tango, what really makes up Argentine culture? It can be hard to find strong cultural symbols in a country shaped by immigration. Aware of this, a group of Argentine artists …