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The Indy Eye: ArteBA 2011


Buenos Aires’ grand annual art exhibition is taking place at La Rural now until 23rd May in Palermo. Argentine and international artists are showing off their oevures d’art for the general public. Entrance is $38 and the hours are from 1-9pm. Photographer Joe Rondone shows us a glimpse of what to expect at the 20th annual art faire. More info can be found online.


The entrance for ArteBA at Plaza Italia


A giant leopard-clad print greets onlookers as they enter the show


Some girls get in on the show by becoming their own work of art


People gather around Polores Casares’ blue glass sculptures


Through the view of Gamarra’s 'el cicuito desplazado'


People examine the work of Julio Le Parc


‘Mirrored glass’ causes people to stop and reflect


Marcelo LeGrand painting


A fine place to rest, in the centre of ArteBA


One artist decides to make his collection more fluid by dressing a model and creating a mobile display of art


People view the work of Abot Glenz


As people pass by, they are guarded by Juan Stoppani’s work


Twenty years of bringing art to the community

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