Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires
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This museum was being remodelled at research time, but the emphasis here is on both traditional and contemporary arts and crafts, mostly...
Interestingly located between railroad tracks, with five clay courts. Sells balls; squash courts and tennis lessons are also available.
First opened in 1967 and then donated to the city of Buenos Aires in 1979 (on the centenary of the arrival of Argentina’s first Japanese...
Reservations here are a good idea – this popular parrilla (restaurant specializing in mixed grill dishes) fills up early. The pastas...
Av Figueroa Alcorta 3415 · interesting places nearby
Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires information
Sparkling inside its glass walls, this airy modern arts museum is one of BA’s fanciest. Millionaire and philanthropist Eduardo Costantini displays his fine collection of Latin American art, which includes work by Argentines Xul Solar and Antonio Berni, plus some pieces by Mexicans Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo. A cinema screens art-house films, and there’s a gift shop and upscale cafe as well.