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Hello! A new weekend approaches and you, brave workaday warrior, are ready to head on out there and tackle it with your full might. We’re tempted to say “it’s been an interesting week in Argentina,” but isn’t that a little …

When it comes to art, Buenos Aires is on a roll. After a successful run as the first Art Basel Cities partner in 2018, the push to raise the bar regarding the city’s cultural offering has gone into overdrive. Between …

Ceramics are having a major moment right now. From the feria at San Telmo to the plazas of Palermo, Buenos Aires loves its artisans and local artists. And with so much high quality and unique art for sale you

If you were to think that the art world is full of snobbery and elitism, you wouldn’t be wrong. However, you wouldn’t be completely right, either. No, this isn’t a riddle (I’m just not fully caffeinated yet). Lucky for art …

Shutterbugs, take note: Latin America’s most important photography fair, BAphoto, will take place once again at La Rural expo center in Palermo from September 6-8, 2019. A space where artists, curators, critics, collectors, and fans can come together to …

Calling all you round spectacle wearing, Beatles loving, Yoko Ono hating, art fans! While I firmly believe it wasn’t Yoko’s fault the Beatles broke up, that has to be an argument for another time, because this week it’s all about …

There’s never a shortage of new material for art lovers in the city of Buenos Aires. With dozens of museums, from world-renowned institutions like MALBA to smaller, more specialized exhibits like those of Museo Sívori, the options seem endless… …

There’s nothing quite like the thrill of visiting an exhibit that challenges your very conception of art and beauty – except for maybe the thrill of then posting a pic of that art and beauty (with you in it, por

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. You may have last read that sentence in your pompous cousin’s Instagram caption, but that doesn’t make it any less true. In fact, scores of incredible photojournalists devote their lives to …

So, who else is enjoying the novelty of spending the 4th of July in the blustery Upside Down that we call Argentina? Yeah, yeah, I know. This isn’t the U.S. (despite how hard Palermo tries), and we can’t expect everyone …