Museo Sívori, Buenos Aires

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Art Museum Museum
Get an overview of Argentine art at Museo Sívori, inaugurated in 1938 to with the express purpose of preserving and spreading the country's art. Tour separate halls dedicated to sculpture, painting, drawing, and engraving. As a whole, the collection aims to tell the story of the nation's art and its history, with many of the 19th-century pieces here once considered part of the avant garde, revolutionary in sculpting or painting techniques for their day. You'll also see a good number of 20th- and 21st-century works. Outside, the leafy rosebush promenade attracts as many art-lovers as joggers. Put Museo Sívori on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Buenos Aires trip builder.
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  • It does have a nice tree-shaded patio with a restaurant which is open in spite of the fact that the museum itself is closed. The "abierto" sign outside refers, I guess, to the café.  more »
  • A nice museum in the middle of the Palermo Park, across from the Rose Gardens. Very agreeable walk. Nice cafe in a patio inside. The art value depends on the temporary exhibit going on at the time. Th...  more »
  • Full of local changing art, this museum/ house was a perfect retreat from the already gorgeous parks of Palermo Soho. It is full of local designers who paint tremendously beautiful pictures, and sculp...  more »
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  • I really liked. It is small, but samples are worth. Very well organized.
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  • For those who walk through Palermo. It is not bad to hang out
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  • It is a magical place in plenary forest of Palermo. It is unexpected that you login and find a beautiful restaurant surrounded by works of art in the open air. Delicious food at affordable prices. Missed the pitcher of lemonade with mint and ginger. And don't forget to check out the shop of the Museum. It has beautiful things.
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  • It is a boy but very careful and pleasant place with samples that are changing and many are very interesting, the tearoom is very cute.
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  • The place is adorable, but attention on weekends week leaves much to be desired.
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