On Now: Warld Cup

On Now: Warld Cup

Rafa López Binaghi reviews ‘Warld Cup’, a collective photo exhibit that exposes the contradictions behind Brazil’s hosting of the 2014 tournament, now on display in Buenos Aires.

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On Now: Latinoamerica. Donación Sara Facio

On Now: Latinoamerica. Donación Sara Facio

Drawn from renowned Argentine photographer Sara Facio’s prized collection, Simon Hall says this exhibit at the MNBA highlights the depth, richness, and diversity of Latin America’s photographic history,

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On Now: ‘Too Young to Wed’

On Now: ‘Too Young to Wed’

Kate Rooney reviews Stephanie Sinclair’s photo exhibition on child marriage, currently on display in the National Museum of Decorative Arts.

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On Now: ‘La Lluvia’ by Cabaio

On Now: ‘La Lluvia’ by Cabaio

George Nelson attends the exhibition ‘La Lluvia’ by Cabaio, a graffiti artist exploring colourful new formats.

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On Now: ArteBA 2014

On Now: ArteBA 2014

George Nelson visits this year’s edition of ArteBA, one of South America’s leading art fairs, on now in Palermo.

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On Now: Joseph Beuys at PROA

On Now: Joseph Beuys at PROA

The exhibition ‘Joseph Beuys. Works 1955–1985′ is on at Fundación PROA until June. Don’t miss the chance to see the work of one of the most important and revolutionary European artists of the last century.

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Lucas Varela: The Man in the Comic Book Mask

Lucas Varela: The Man in the Comic Book Mask

Sergio Burns speaks to Argentine cartoonist and illustrator Lucas Varela about his work in the media, the dreamlike language of comic books, and his sinister take on ‘Pinocchio’.

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On Now: Mario Testino’s ‘In Your Face’ at MALBA

On Now: Mario Testino’s ‘In Your Face’ at MALBA

George Nelson reviews ‘In Your Face’, the first exhibition by Peruvian celebrity photographer Mario Testino in Argentina, currently showing at MALBA.

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Aurora: Just Don’t Call it Burning Argentina

Aurora: Just Don’t Call it Burning Argentina

Over four days last month, a group of people gathered on a field 200km outside of Buenos Aires and launched the first Burning Man-style event in Argentina. Jeff Herzbach was there to live the experience.

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The Beehive Collective: Building Solidarity through Storytelling and Art

The Beehive Collective: Building Solidarity through Storytelling and Art

Brendan O’Boyle catches up with the Beehive Collective, who produce intricate murals and posters which connect environmental and social challenges with ongoing socio-political processes.

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