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Articles by Tilly Compton

With the month of December already upon us, it’s time to refresh our monthly film guide and delve into what we consider to be some of the best films screened in Buenos Aires. With specific reference to Portuguese and Nordic

When Nicolás García Mayor, CEO and Founder of Cmax, was asked how he made it as a successful entrepreneur at last Friday’s forum on Entrepreneurship, Technology, and Innovation in Argentina in Washington, DC, he paused. What does it mean

With the current political and economic downfall that has been haunting Argentina this year, the issue of climate change doesn’t appear to be at the top of priority list for most of its citizens. Yet, after this year’s fierce floods

“Welcome to Hell” was the sign that welcomed world leaders on the eve of the G20 summit in Hamburg last year. With over 476 police officers reported injured, at least 186 protesters arrested and 225 detained, Hamburg experienced an influx …

With the influx of immigration into Buenos Aires throughout the years, it isn’t surprising that the growth of independent culture in the city is ever-growing. But with this wide range of customs and practices which are, more often than not, …

Pablo Suárez, the artist who used naked bodies and expressive figuration to illustrate the “plebeian” life in Argentina, will feature from tomorrow in the MALBA in his very own exhibition Narciso Plebeyo.

A central and effectual figure of the …

For the first time in Buenos Aires, feminist art activists Guerrilla Girls have taken the stage with a powerful exhibition covering the topics of gender, human rights, and discrimination, as well as a series of debates and performances by external …

After 12 years of absence from the championship, midfielder Florencia Bonsegundo led Argentina’s female soccer team into the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup last Tuesday in a tight match against Panama. With more than 11,000 spectators, most of whom were …

One of the most historic barrios of Buenos Aires, San Telmo sees its cobbled stone streets flood with tourists in search of artisans and antiques every Sunday. Beginning at Plaza Dorrego and finishing close to Plaza de Mayo, it isn’t …

FoLa (Fototeca Latinoamericana), a space dedicated to Latin American photography, has opened its doors to two new exhibitions this month, namely Con La Luz de América Latina and Desierto, which will be on display until March 2019. …