Museo Sívori, Buenos Aires

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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. Use our Buenos Aires travel route planning site to add Museo Sívori and other attractions to your Buenos Aires vacation plans.
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  • With better circulation to the public, better distribution of the showrooms, incorporation of audiovisual technology, reopened the Museum. Displays an exceptional sample of engravings about work, scenery and the great work of Berni's 1935, farmers. It deserves a visit...
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  • the remodeling shows a dedication in the integration of the landscape to the Museum. beautiful windows and views to the outside. the sample also is excellent... exquisite selection of works - chaos and germ a disjunctive pattern of our society... very nice textile works, seen little in national museums. much like the work of forner so contemporary, he did not know this facet of the artist.
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  • Although it is not a classic neither large nor sumptuous Museum, its almost modern structure houses a very good works and very well presented. There is a place for drinks inside. It is worth approaching.
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  • I really liked. It is small, but samples are worth. Very well organized.
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  • Beautiful place. Nice garden and good tea room
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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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