Fundacion Proa, Buenos Aires

4.5
#8 of 96 in Museums in Buenos Aires
Specialty Museum Museum
Open a window into the creative minds of the world's most admired artists at Fundacion Proa, a visually striking, thought provoking, and oh-so-trendy museum regularly exhibiting leading talent from across the world. Ponder the works of Mona Hatoum, Fabio Mauri, and Jeremy Deller as you make your way through the museum. Find a spot on the rooftop cafe after your visit to appreciate the delightful view over La Boca with a drink in hand. Plan your visit to Fundacion Proa and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Buenos Aires trip generator.
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  • In the mouth with several Bus lines that leave you in the place, rooms spacious, well guided and very manicured, with excellent lighting, in addition with a library of first and a place to taste delicacies with a view to the captive River
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  • Come and went above all to have a coffee and a rich cake. Then I went through all the gallery. I played a nice exposure. I went with my girlfriend had a barbarian. There are good vibes and apart then you explore the all the caminito and the mouth that each day is more beautiful.
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  • It is a modern building, very good design, dedicated to Visual arts exhibitions, usually very advanced. It has an excellent restaurant on the second floor, with a view to the Creek (and) luckily isolated its aromas. It's worth a visit, avoiding carefully explore Caminito and surrounding areas.
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  • The PROA gallery continues to have an interesting calendar of exhibitions and in summer additionally offers a great respite from the heat of the day. The design of the space is pleasing and complemented with a fine bookstore. The café has reasonable coffee and a balcony from which you can enjoy the view of the port and transbordadors. Foodwise, the last three times have been disappointingly average, therefore the rating is for the gallery, not the café which I would rate only a 3
  • Went for the Yves Klein exhibition, I had already been here one other time before. The art was very well displayed and there was a free guided tour starting just when I arrived. It has student and senior discounts. Everything was well explained and the bookshop was nice, with good views of the port.
  • Art museum which usually displays modern art. It has a very nice view of El Riachuelo. Also, in the second floor there is a Bar & Restaurant with an open terrace, very nice on sunny days.
  • I went there to enjoy the view on the rooftop. I didn't visit the museum. To go on the roof it's totally free so enjoy it.
  • Interesting modern art museum in La Boca district. It's 35 pesos/person to enter and has history of Buenos Aires as well as modern exhibits from individuals and students in the area. After your cultural experience, I would highly recommend heading up to the rooftop for a nice beverage and a beautiful view!

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