Photographer Natasha Ali shares her singular point of view of ArteBA 2012 which is open to the public from 18th until 22nd May, from 1-9pm in La Rural, Avenida Sarmiento 2704, Buenos Aires. General admission is $50. For more information and the schedule of auditorium events see www.arteba.org
Visitors stroll the maze of exhibitions at ArteBA 2012.
Marta Minujin's work illuminates observers as they walk by.
Post Traumatic Kunst, is a collective composed of four artists from different disciplines.
A child spends much time interacting with the works of Mauricio Lupini.
Fashion as a work of art.
Artists from galleria Sur. right: Artist, Yente
Crafted wooden furniture designs by Mariano Cornej.
Eclectic display of work at the arteBA, including works by Felipe Salem.
Gallery Felina Super Heroina.
Works of Pedro Tyler with the Isabel Aninat Gallery.
Break-dancers take the floor to audio performances from La Multisectorial Invisible.
'Tie your sneakers not you mind' is an audio and visual installation by Converse.
Left: artist from VERA CORTÊS art agency Right: Rafael Gonzalez Moreno
Work by sculptor, Javier Bernasconi.