Museo Sivori, Buenos Aires
(4.3/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Get an overview of Argentine art at Museo Sivori, 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 Sivori on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Buenos Aires trip builder.
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  • This museum aims to highlight the Argentine art through temporary exhibitions. Its collection is integrated with paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints; and through the successive generations of native artists from the first half of the 20TH century to the present day.
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  • The Museum houses a splendid collection of more than 4000 parts of Argentine art of the 20TH and 21ST centuries, which displayed in temporary exhibitions with the work of contemporary artists.
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  • Located very near the Rosedal of Palermo, this museum has a good collection of works by Argentinean artists. It has works by Badii, Berni, Spilimbergo, Pettoruti, among others. The value of the entry is very accessible and on Sunday the visit is free.
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  • Lindo museo!
  • Argentine art, the best place is the bar.
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  • The Museum is exceptionally located in the forests of Palermo. It contains only works of Argentine artists who mostly have an exquisite sensitivity, reflecting the social reality of different periods in painting.
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  • Excellent confectionery.
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  • Yesterday 18:40 I went to the Museum for the first time to see the sample of the "Festival of lights" on photography. Not only it shows not was when figure until the 30 / 09 / 16 but I said that the Museum already closed to them 19 hs, when figure to them 20 hs in all those web sites. I don't understand why not let me go even to see other samples, felt a total disregard and want to not go no more places as well. A pity huge because I read super positive reviews of the place but it was not my case.
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