Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires

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Admire a small but well-curated collection of modern art at Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires. The museum's collection contains paintings, sculptures, and more; highlights include works by Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Fernando Botero, Emilio Pettoruti, and many other important Latin American artists. The museum also contains space for temporary displays, while its cultural center hosts constantly updated exhibits and events on art, film, and music. Be sure to admire the angular architecture of the museum itself: the design was chosen through an open competition, with three young Argentine architects taking the first prize. Put Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires into our Buenos Aires trip builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Modern building, with natural light, very warm and pleasant. Worth a visit in the late afternoon.
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  • I was with my family in March 2, 17 and we saw some famous works (Aboporu to Tarsila do Amaral) and others from Latin America. No more. At the time it was closed the access to permanent works. I didn't think it was worth the ticket corresponding to R$ 70.00.
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  • Give to have cult programming in Buenos Aires. We made out with your little display Malba however very interesting.
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  • For someone who only enjoys seeing what's there, but is not an art buff, I'm inclined to say I liked it. I did expect more from it, as it was very small. However, there was some interesting art projects. It's a bit pricey for the size. You wouldn't spend more than an hour there. Get ready for a quick visit where you can pretend to be smart just for being there ;)
  • Visited on Monday, July 4th with my fiancée and really enjoyed ourselves. The Yoko Ono exhibit was both a surreal and visceral experience, and left us both affected. By what we weren't sure. And the permanent collection was impressive as well. A must see....
  • Simply the best collection of Latin American art there is. Their Remedios Varo is my favorite. Also, I was very lucky to see the Yokohama Ono exhibition on Oct 2016. Got me by the gut.
  • Great art gallery, interesting Latin American exhibition. The Yoko Ono event was on when I was there and it was very good. The building itself is very modern. One word of caution - The attached restaurant is a bit of a rip off. The food is ok and the waiters bustle around but aren't very effecient. The bill had 70 p for table service plus they pressed for a tip to be added to the bill
  • Great place. Check the expo about dictatorships around latin america.