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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 …

Gulliver’s Gate is a 50,000 square foot exhibition that presents miniatures of 25 cities from around the world, including obvious big shots such as Paris, London, and Beijing. At the moment it sits smack dab in the middle of New …

This month is crammed with art, food and music and this weekend might just be the biggest one of them of all, with Masticar, Art Basel, and Gallery Weekend Buenos Aires (GWBA). This last one is a …

In 2016, the Art Basel Cities Initiative was officially launched, and Buenos Aires was announced as the first partner city. One can understand why this would be the perfect choice just by spending some time here in the capital. Simply …

Buenos Aires, like any capital city, is bursting full of amazing sights and sounds to engage both tourists and residents alike. Some of these delights are more hidden gems that you have to hunt around for, places you’ve heard about …

Starting this past November until April 2018, Ai Weiwei’s work is making waves at Fundación Proa, in La Boca. Curated by Marcello Dantas, ‘Inoculation’ is the first exhibition of Chinese activist and contemporary artist Ai Weiwei’s work in Argentina.

The …

When I walk into Caffarena 86, Margarita Romero is painting, smoking and listening to music. The work is in preparation for an exhibition on December 2nd, she explains. The exhibition, she tells me, will be about being …

A criminal tribunal yesterday sentenced former picketer and now former Kirchnerite leader Luis D’Elía to four years in prison for occupying a police station in the neighborhood of La Boca in 2004. The tribunal also determined he won’t be eligible …

Buenos Aires has played host to a multitude of women’s marches, protests against gender violence, and calls for equality in recent years. For instance, October of 2016 saw women, along with the LGBTQ+ community, take to the streets in protest …

Ok so maybe last weekend wasn’t the final cold one of the year, but with the variety of goodies the city has lined up for your coming sacred days off, you won’t even notice its last-ditch effort to dampen your