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Over My Dead Body - Mona Hatoum

Mona Hatoum Exhibition at Fundación PROA: Over My Dead Body

From March 28 to June 14 2015, Fundación PROA will present international contemporary artist Mona Hatoum. A great excuse for a trip to La Boca for contemporary art amateurs. Hatoum was born in Beirut, to a Palestinian family. She settled in London in 1975 when civil war in the Lebanon made her return home imposible. Hatoum focuses on confrontational themes such… Read more →

Buenos Aires Bike Tours

Bike rentals in Buenos Aires: How to explore Buenos Aires by bike

Buenos Aires bike lanes have developed exponentially over the past few years. With over 60 miles of bike lanes, mainly in Palermo, Recoleta and Belgrano, it is now possible to safely discover the city by bike. In addition, Buenos Aires has an ideal climate and geography for biking, with few rainy days and very flat streets.   Palermo area in… Read more →


MALBA Museum in Buenos Aires – A Collection of Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art

Located in Recoleta, the Buenos Aires Museum of Latin American Art might be one of the city’s most interesting museums. The museum is exclusively dedicated to 20th and 21st century Latin American art. Its collection features many masterpieces: Manifestación by Antonio Berni (Argentina, 1934), Pareja by Xul Solar (Argentina, 1923), Self Portrait by Frida Kahlo (Méximo, 1942), among others.  … Read more →

Museo Enrique Larreta

Buenos Aires Museums: A Visit to Museo Larreta Spanish Art Museum

A little off the traditional Buenos Aires circuit – Palermo, Recoleta, San Telmo – Museo Larreta is a hidden oasis in Belgrano area, at the north of the city. Its very nice Andalusian-style garden and fine collection of Spanish art will give you a good excuse to visit this less touristic part of the city.   Belgrano Area in Buenos… Read more →