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Entries with Keyword painting

If you’ve recently seen our Practical Guide to Lollapalooza 2019, and realized too late that you missed out on tickets to Latin America’s biggest festival this weekend, then take a breather. We have some good news. First, there are …

As of this coming Thursday, it is officially fall in Buenos Aires, and if the moody rainclouds of late are anything to go by, the weather is certainly committing to it. The pool party and asado invites are slowly trickling …

Adulthood. A stage in life which no sane human being wants to really enter. A world of responsibility, paying bills, booking your own appointments, saying goodbye to long summer holidays. An episode where our creativity is thrown out of the …

Whether you are glued to a desk, stuck in a kitchen, or sitting in a dingy classroom all day, after-work activities are sometimes the only things that keep you sane. They provide you with the chance to let go of …

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 …

Antonio Berni is without question one of the biggest names in Argentine art. A compulsive drawer from the time he was child living in Rosario, his immense body of work — extremely varied in its techniques, mediums, and materials — …