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Entries with Keyword sculpture

When it comes to art, Buenos Aires is on a roll. After a successful run as the first Art Basel Cities partner in 2018, the push to raise the bar regarding the city’s cultural offering has gone into overdrive. Between …

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 …

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 …

Are you feeling a bit drab? Does it seem like the color has gone from your life? After a May jam-packed with artistic events, from arteBA to FACA, it’s easy to feel a little hard done by as we …

Let’s be honest, sometimes being an adult sucks. When you’re a kid, everyone is always encouraging you to express your creative side, whether you want to or not, but as an adult it’s easy to get swept up into the …

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.

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Sharing a name with everyone’s favorite Cubist must direct your destiny towards a vocation in the arts, or at least it did for Pablo Ruiz. The Argentine sculptor opened his latest series, Ciudades Invisibles, over the weekend at the

Hold on tight Casa Rosada… big changes are coming. Decoratively, that is, as President Mauricio Macri plans to convert the presidential palace from what government sources called a “populist museum” to an “institutional government house.” Or, as Clarín alleges, Macri