Coleccion de Arte Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat, Buenos Aires
(4.4/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web)
Founded by one of Argentina's wealthiest women, Coleccion de Arte Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat exhibits lesser works of prominent artists, like a little-known Warhol portrait. The collection also includes pieces by Brueghel, Rodin, Klimt, Dali, Picasso, and Chagall. Arguably the most interesting feature of the steel, glass, and concrete building are the mobile aluminum panels above the glassy ceiling. The gallery founder requested the panels so that she could look at her paintings and gaze at the stars simultaneously. The views from the side gallery over the docks rival figurative works by Carlos Alonso and Juan Carlos Castagnino, featured in this gallery. Plan to visit Coleccion de Arte Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Buenos Aires attractions using our Buenos Aires trip itinerary maker.
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  • I went to the Museum accompanied by some students of the UBA for the realization of sketches and on that occasion the work showing was not too much, while some rooms a bit stripped. The building is very interesting and it was designed by the architect Rafael Viñoly, has a deck arch made of glass and steel with parasols.
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  • Not to miss in Puerto Madero, has an interesting collection of own. The space is beautiful and with a beautiful view.
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  • This magnificent building well designed for displaying works of art, does not have good enough in its permanent collection. It's a set of mainly recognized Argentine firms. But in most cases aren't here some of the best works of these painters. Interesting that there is Turner, Brueghel, Blanes or Rodin, but these few pieces do not justify the visit. I was disappointed.
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  • If you're interested in Argentinean Modern Art don't miss this museum. Has good Fader and Quirós.
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  • Fortabat's Art Collection is remarkable to say the least, with pieces from all movements and periods, including a portrait by Andy Warhol himself. The Foundation's building is ample and modern and features four levels full of pure awesomeness. Perfect after a stroll through beautiful Puerto Madero -arguably one of the the trendiest area in Buenos Aires.
  • An awesome collection of Argentinean art, mixed with Egyptian &Greek details
  • Amazing collection and space