About Buenos Aires
If you’re looking for a great city of art slightly off the beaten track, look no further than Buenos Aires. Known mainly for its fabulous street art, Buenos Aires is also host to some of the most impressive Argentinian Art Galleries and private collections. Art is everywhere in this city, so it’s not surprising that it is known for its rich cultural life. You can’t visit Buenos Aires without embarking on one of the many graffiti tours that the city offers, providing a fantastic opportunity to soak up the vibrant culture and artistic atmosphere. However if you’d rather spend your holiday relaxing at your hotel, do not fear. You won’t completely miss out, as this city also boasts some fabulous hotels dedicated to art. Not to mention the wealth of museums. With a clever mixture of classical and contemporary, it’s easy to find yourself spending entire days roaming around the inspiring museums of Buenos Aires.
Take advantage of the Uart Global Map to help you in your search, or find below some of Uart’s recommendations for Art Lovers in Buenos Aires:
This museum showcases modern Latin American art from the early 20th century onwards. Recent exhibitions boast very celebrated artists such as Mario Testino and Andy Warhol.
Usina del Arte:
As a place that hosts concerts as well as art exhibitions, look no further than Usina del Arte if you want a vibrant gallery with a bit of a buzz about it. It
is the home of temporary exhibitions that change frequently, so keep an eye on what’s happening if you have a particular taste.
This is one of Buenos Aires’ most contemporary, modern art galleries, showcasing art from the up and coming young artists of Argentina.
Arte x Arte:
For those of you who’re looking for something a little different, for those of you who lose interest taking glimpses of still art, for those of you who appreciate photography, this gallery is the place for you. This gallery showcases some of the best video, photography, and media techniques in Argentina.
Maman Fine Art:
To truly experience that role art plays in the culture of Argentina, look no further than this Daniel Maman art gallery. This art gallery places a real
emphasis on Argentinian culture, showcasing up and coming young artists alongside established artists. Their main objective is to develop the art scene in their environment.
As an art lover visiting Buenos Aires, we think it is worth it to try and get yourself on a street art tour. You can find them quite cheaply, but if you find
yourself out of time, we recommend you don’t miss out on this fabulous street art:
- Maori Mural
- Soda Stereo Mural
- Owl Mural
- Barrio Chino Street Art
- MACA Paint Mural