Timoteo Navarro Provincial Museum of Fine Arts, San Miguel de Tucuman

(2.6/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Timoteo Navarro Provincial Museum of Fine Arts is located in San Miguel de Tucuman. Timoteo Navarro Provincial Museum of Fine Arts is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, San Miguel de Tucuman Edition.
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  • Of the building that houses the Museum is already a work of art. It has several exhibition rooms and samples are always rotating. I recommend going when the national Salon of Arts either when shown the heritage of the Museum (Bernis, Pettoruti, Linares, etc.). It has a rear room (Spilimbergo) used to display contemporary artists where can know what is being done today by artists from the city. A "must do" in Tucuman and remember that Monday is closed.
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  • July 9 44 is a cultural space that is accessible to the whole community that in the century of its existence, is still reporting the artistic heritage and to spread the production of Tucumán artists, as well as the training of young creators. There is currently a call sign "permanent transitions - 100 years" of various Tucumán artists. The public should express to select a work from the exhibition that will be the winner, which will be acquired by the province.
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  • Broad Museum, warm atmosphere, I like especially the competition, where it exhibited works of local authors and people could vote by retiring, being the prize for the winner, which the Museum bought this work and is displayed
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