Claudia Andujar at MALBA: The Two Sides of the Mark

Claudia Andujar at MALBA: The Two Sides of the Mark

Brazilian artist Claudia Andujar poses intriguing questions about how and why humans are marked, and what this means for identity and memory. Erika Teichert reviews the exhibit on now at MALBA.

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A Portrait of Carlos Regazzoni, ‘El Artista Ferroviario’

A Portrait of Carlos Regazzoni, ‘El Artista Ferroviario’

Erika Teichert went along to El Gato Viejo to interview Carlos Regazzoni. The evening took an unexpected turn, as the it became a far more family affair.

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Murals of Buenos Aires: Après Capitalisme, Serrano 982

Murals of Buenos Aires: Après Capitalisme, Serrano 982

In our monthly collaboration with Graffitimundo we showcase Buenos Aires’ street art and explore the city’s diverse and colourful murals. This month: artist Ever’s Après Capitalisme

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Worlds Apart: 50 Years of Roberto Plate at the MNBA

Worlds Apart: 50 Years of Roberto Plate at the MNBA

The MNBA is now showing a retrospective of Argentine artist Roberto Plate – known for his controversial ‘public toilets’ installation from nearly 50 years ago. Well worth a look, says Erika Teichert.

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Proyecto Carnavaleando:  An Exploration of Latin American Carnavals.

Proyecto Carnavaleando:  An Exploration of Latin American Carnavals.

Bala Chambers speaks to Argentine photographer and journalist Guido Piotrkowski about his book Proyecto Carnavaleando, which features carnaval celebrations from around the continent.

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On Now at MACBA: Oscar Bony and the Act of Shooting

On Now at MACBA: Oscar Bony and the Act of Shooting

Instant Bony, a homage to the legendary Argentine artist Oscar Bony, is an intriguing exhibition currently running at The Buenos Aires Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA). Erika Teichart reviews.

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Imagine, Then Think: Francis Alÿs at MALBA

Imagine, Then Think: Francis Alÿs at MALBA

Erika Teichart reviews Malba’s through-provoking exhibition on Belgian-Mexican artist Francis Alÿs, exploring complex geo-political themes such as migration and war through innovative artforms.

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Murals of Buenos Aires: Thames 1268

Murals of Buenos Aires: Thames 1268

We continue our look at the fascinating street art on walls all over the city of Buenos Aires, in collaboration with Graffitimundo. This month, a new mural in the heart of Palermo Soho.

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Galleries Come Out to Play at 11th Buenos Aires Photo

Galleries Come Out to Play at 11th Buenos Aires Photo

It was delayed by the blackout, but BA Photo is now in full swing at the Centro Cultural Recoleta. Natalia Cartney visits the fair and speaks to one of the new gallery owners in attendance.

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Memories of a Mental Health Hospital

Memories of a Mental Health Hospital

Photographer Matías Kritz offers a rare glimpse into a former women’s mental health hospital with his exhibition: ‘El borde entre dos espacios’, on at the Palacio Duhau until 30th November.

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