We at the Indy hosted the fifth edition of theBA Underground Market on Saturday, 15th June. We opened up the market to non-food vendors as well, so there was a variety of goodies to chose from. We thank you for your support of all the independent producers: from crêpes, arepas, German sausages, waffles, a huge variety of vegetarian food and delicious desserts, washed down with cider and artisan beer. Crafts included clothing, jewellery and accessories. See a full vendor list here.
All sales were completed to a backdrop of creativity, with the winners of our ‘My Buenos Aires’ photography competition displaying their images, as well as music (and spontaneous dancing) thanks to Gospel in the Street, Hoja de Mar, La Trompa Así, La Gramilla and Ambos Dos Duos.
Photographers Kenzie Bruce, Julie Catarinella, Beatrice Murch were on hand to document the afternoon.
The IMPA Cultural Centre was hopping. (Photo: Kenzie Bruce)
Graffiti decorates the IMPA Cultural Centre (Photo: Kenzie Bruce)
People really got into the food. (Photo: Kenzie Bruce)
Muffins and Cannoli did brisk business. (Photos: Julie Catarinella and Kenzie Bruce)
People check out the top ten photos from the Argentina Independent photo contest: My Buenos Aires. (Photo: Kenzie Bruce)
Patriotic veggie burgers. (Photo: Kenzie Bruce)
Checking out before buying. (Photo: Kenzie Bruce)
Steaming arepas provided a warm delight. (Photo: Kenzie Bruce)
Gospel in the street performs an acappella set. (Photo: Kenzie Bruce)
Necklaces for sale. (Photo: Kenzie Bruce)
A child helps his dad selling Father’s Day Biscuits. (Photo: Kenzie Bruce)
A woman dances to the Folklore music (Photo: Julie Catarinella)
The light at IMPA provided a striking scene. (Photo: Julie Catarinella)
Happy readers pose for a picture. (Photo: Kenzie Bruce)
Fudge for sale (Photo: Kenzie Bruce)
The light at the end of the afternoon made for striking scenes. (Photos: Julie Catarinella and Beatrice Murch)