Botica Del Angel, Buenos Aires

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  • August 8, 2017
    The Botica del Angel is an atypical Museum, a spectacular mix of art that brings together the best of the avant-garde of the 1960s that took place in Buenos Aires for a decade. A brash, controversial, and different cultural movement that was conceived at the Di Tella Institute and he formed part the most daring intellectuals of the time. There were bars of literary and artistic encounters of students who then were in theirs. This generation belonged Eduardo Bergara Leumann who stood out from the others by their creativity, eccentricity and irreverence, a true genius. He created the botica del Ángel Museum without pointing to any specific simply as an art space address taking advantage of that in that decade all artistic expression was with all the fervor and is breathing freedom. The most remembered of that era were happenings and Vanguards and the Botica del Ángel was the perfect place to meet and do free shows without script, without a script, improvising on the fly and created it and changed in the middle of the night and ended where surprised it overnight. Bergara Leumann was then a great costume designer, actor and production designer in addition a very educated man. Today already deceased Bergara Leuman Museum is a beauty, but it is still a few. Most locals don't know. It is a place of worship where we can find works of art by many artists: Raúl Soldi, Antonio Berni, Marta Minujin, Juan Carlos Castagnino, Josefina Robirosa, manuscripts of Jorge Luis Borges, Ernesto Sábato, Manuel Mujica Láinez. Memories of actors and singers, such as Susana Rinaldi, Marikena Monti, Nacha Guevara, Leonardo Favio and more - in the tour of the place you are seeing the imprint left by tango and folk artists like Astor Piazzolla, Mariano Mores, Homero Expósito, Mercedes Sosa, Ariel Ramírez, María Elena Walsh. Eduardo Bergara Leumann bequeathed the Museum to the University of el Salvador. Today we can say that the Pharmacy was born Cone as alternative theatrical space and exhibition in 1966 and is a wonder as it continues with staging different shows. We agree with the work of four neighborhoods, spectacular. Visit pin
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  • July 2, 2017
    The House Museum is a cultural paradise. An ode to creativity, beauty and aesthetic harmony. Every corner is a visual delight. Nothing could be neglected... And many things are overlooked indfectiblemente in the ritual of the visit and information. And in the effort to capture with the camera what the eyes fail to emerge. Perhaps enlarging the photo... In that hope, all click. The truth is, that one and thousand visits, do not reach to encompass so much cultural wealth as it is giving us Bergara in this, his legacy to the culture. Many thanks to the City Government for offering the free tour, many thanks to the University of el Salvador to sustain this project, and many, many thanks to the Lord so passionately preserving the spirit and the acquis of the pharmacy, which is the spirit of the "gordo Bergara". And that tells us with wonderful puntillosidad, admiration, and respect the history of this fascinating small great world citizen: the Botica del Ángel.
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  • June 11, 2017
    I think that the entrance to the building is the 543, of the street, but we went to see a show run by a friend, a building full of items, pictures and memories where is the Art Museum of the University of el Salvador but that once outside the space of Eduardo Bergara Leumann, a character from the night of yesteryear who also had a program on the TV Argentina. They served prior to the feature complimentary coffee with caramel, a strange but appealing place.
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  • February 8, 2017
    I went to a visit guided, excellent guide. I was amazed at everything there is to see, giving for more than one visit. A tribute from the most varied arts, Argentine entertainment and Buenos Aires yesterday. I recommend that they don't lose it is!
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  • May 12, 2017
    Excellent location, huge and with thousands of things to see that they do not reach the eyes. Very good guided tour of José Luis, recommended for all!
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  • May 22, 2017
    A Museum and hilarious Theatre, installed on an old chapel. Mottled background and with an important collection of contemporary Argentine art.
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  • June 25, 2017
    Thanks Bergara leuman by so much beauty
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  • February 24, 2017
    History that represents
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