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Oil billionaire John Paul Getty famously installed a payphone in his Surrey mansion to prevent guests from making long distance calls. Yet he spent millions of dollars on art, and millions more to build the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. …

This Friday, the 25th of May, marks the first of two national holidays that celebrate Argentina’s independence. For those of you who have studied history, you’ll know it was a slow, but steady process that started with the May Revolution …

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 …

Another month is upon us and yet another massive art event of international import has chosen to woo and bed the Argentine capital.

Riding in on the tailwinds of the Performance Biennial and the international book fair is arteBA, …

Imagine a gallery filled with 12 Italian, Murano crystal balls, each a little larger than a basketball, filled with shredded currency. 11 of them are each filled with $1 million Argentine pesos, and the twelfth, featured front and center, is …