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Few things can compare to the exhilarating sensation of having a four-day long weekend ahead of you except, perhaps, the thought of what you’re going to do with such an incredible amount of free time! As Buenos Aires prepares …

After a tumultuous week in the city — and some torrential rain to go along with it — another weekend is finally upon us, providing a brief respite from the hectic, end of year madness (anyone try to navigate through …

Despite a few complications following the culture ministry’s decision not to fund this year’s Shakespearean Festival in Buenos Aires “for budgeting reasons”, there is still a full program on offer. This year however, it is split up into three stages, …

Biennale of Performance made it to the half way mark, wrapping up its fourth week of performance art installations. The organizers managed to surprise us with some novel art-experiences, whether it was contemplative practices, spoken-word shows, extravagant rehearsals of the …

About a week ago, visitors to Parque de La Memoria noticed a new object – a wooden shack. The consensus was out on whether it was a new monument to the victims of state terrorism or a new low in …

American multi-media artist Laurie Anderson is coming to Buenos Aires this week for the first Biennale of Performance.

So the question is, why should you care? What is so special about her? Come to think of it, what does …