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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On Now: Michael Cooper – Stone 50

On Now: Michael Cooper – Stone 50

To commemorate 50 years of The Rolling Stones, Centro Cultural Borges has inaugurated Stone 50, a superb exhibition based on photographer Michael Cooper’s work during the 60s. Delfina Krusemann talks to Cooper’s son Adam and his wife Silvia (who is also curator of the show) to find out more about the man behind the camera.

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On Now: Ron Mueck at Proa

On Now: Ron Mueck at Proa

Australian artist Ron Mueck’s hyper-realist sculptures are on display for the first time in South America at Fundación Proa until 23rd February 2014. Cristina Trujillo reviews.

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On Now: Democracia 30 + 30

On Now: Democracia 30 + 30

To celebrate 30 years since Argentina’s return to democracy, the city government of Buenos Aires has inaugurated an “open space for collective reflection” to highlight and discuss the importance of democracy in these three decades, and those to come.

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Patio del Liceo: An Oasis of Creativity

Patio del Liceo: An Oasis of Creativity

The Galería Patio del Liceo, tucked away off Av. Santa Fe, offers you a glimpse inside an artist’s world, bringing together people from different backgrounds and with different skills who learn from each other in a hive of creative activity. Lucy Adler reports.

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On Now: Carozos y Esparragos

On Now: Carozos y Esparragos

Carozos y Esparragos is an exhibition of ‘skate art’, a self-defining ‘Skateboard Collective’ show, on now at Hollywood in Cambodia, in Palermo Viejo. Photos, collages, and sculptures highlight the synergies between skateboarding and street art in urban culture. Cristina Trujillo reports.

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Connecting Through Cartoons: An Interview with Liniers

Connecting Through Cartoons: An Interview with Liniers

After releasing his first English-language book, Delfina Krüsemann talks to Liniers, Argentina’s most beloved contemporary cartoonist, about fame, freedom, and the bravest single moment of his life.

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On Now: Testimonies

On Now: Testimonies

‘Testimonios’ (‘Testimonies’) is the latest in a series of exhibitions to tackle the theme of abortion in Argentina, with artist Georgina García presenting sensitive portraits of – and simplistic drawings by – women who have had an illegal abortion. Cristina Trujillo reviews.

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Humans of Buenos Aires

Humans of Buenos Aires

Inspired by the New York project of the same name, freelance photographer Jimena Mizrahi runs Humans of Buenos Aires, an online collection of portraits she has taken of strangers all across the city. Brendan O’ Boyle catches up with her to talk about the experience.

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