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Back in March, we gave you a top-notch listicle of 5 Alternative Museums to Visit in Buenos Aires. Well now we are back, and niche-r (?) than ever, with another five museums that you’ve probably never heard of. In the

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 …

Sixteen Candles. Madonna. Neon blue and pink eyeshadow. Listening to Eye of the Tiger on loop. Unleashing an entire can of hairspray into your hair. So were the 1980s of American youth culture… but what about Argentine youth?

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Style buffs, gird your loins:No Taste for Bad Taste will be open to the public from October 5th through December 12th at the National Museum of Decorative Art (MNAD). Here you’ll have the chance to see 40 of the …

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 …

Before we get started, I just want to make it clear that I’m writing this as an able-bodied woman. I am aware of the fact that it’s hard to find information about accessibility in Buenos Aires available in English, and …

It’s a great time to be a lover of art in Buenos Aires and this weekend is chock full of events that are sure to stimulate and wow. Here are the top three openings that should make it on your …

Verboamerica is the product of two years of curated research and aims to provide “a living history of Latin America, expressed in actions and experiences. A postcolonial history that assumes that Latin American art should not be understood only from …

Most of us travel we get about a week or so to explore the city we’re visiting. It’s short and sweet but never feels like it’s enough. And while that works for many, sometimes it feels good to just