Usina Art Cartier Bresson, Buenos Aires

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See how the power of music, dance, and theater has breathed life into a once-abandoned space at Usina Art Cartier Bresson. Converted from a disused power plant and opened in 2011, the concert hall has rapidly become one of Buenos Aires' top venues to appreciate the arts. Take a guided tour to learn how the transofrmation took place, and get a feel for the atmosphere of the world-class music and arts venue, known for its excellent acoustics. Check what's playing at the box office, and if something tickles your fancy, return to experience a show firsthand. See Usina Art Cartier Bresson and all Buenos Aires has to offer by arranging your trip with our Buenos Aires trip maker app .
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  • the acoustics of the main hall and the quality of the shows do the best to listen to artists for all category. Latin America, special music. and very well organized, ride complements it the surroundings, the area became a center of art
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  • Great space for recovered art: A former power plant thermal electric converted into a beautiful cultural centre with several rooms and a wide range of free performances.
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  • fantastic discovery... (between la Boca and Barracas a so hard to get, you must take paseo Colón, and Brazil, and pedro de mendoza, there is a very good parking just across the street.) This space of culture. Built in 1900 was the CIAE (CIA argentina italo of electricity) with the participation of several Governments was opened approximately in 2010. with two National Symphony Orchestra and the Philharmonic concert halls. a wide, up to 1500 people. (do not sit on the sides, since the Orchestra doesn't look right) and another of about 500. Together is the Museum of the cinema. The spaces are very spacious, perfect health and many staff and brochures. Beautiful space, somewhat held, little-publicized, must go to register or investigate on the internet. The effort is worthwhile.
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  • Great fun place. You can create your own movie if you so desire!
  • Beautiful place to visit the different art expositions that they offer. If you are in the area, you can arrange yourself to visit it. You will not regret it.
  • Super nice building and when we visited it was free. It was only after we entered that we realised that there were absolutely no shows on that day! Doh! Still, it was really cool to see and would definitely love to come back and check it out when something is being shown.
  • Incredible building, former destined for electricty generator, with a italian renaissance style, now houses a number of concert halls and an exhibition hall.
  • I went to an open talk with Jane Goodall. It was great!

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