Malba, Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, presents the eclectic best in both Argentine and international art. Recent exhibitions have featured Robert Mapplethorpe, for example. and Andy Warhol. Malba also happens to possesss one of Buenos Aires’ most beautiful interiors, with a soaring, open atrium and plenty of natural light.
Juanele visited Malba last Friday to cover the opening of Geometría en el siglo XX en la Daimler Art Collection, or Geometry in the 20th Century from the Daimler Art Collection. Check out our video above for a taste of this wide-ranging exhibition featuring abstract art from the German Bauhaus to concrete art and abstract contemporary art in the U.S., Europe and South America. Tours are available in English.
Don’t forget: Wednesdays are free for students, only AR $3 for teachers and seniors and a more-than-fair AR $8 for everyone else. Look around tomorrow, the 18th, and you’ll find Gabriela and Rick of Juanele wandering the halls.
Malba, The Museum of Latin American Art
Avenida Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Malba Museum Hours
Thursday through Monday and Holidays
from 12:00 a 20:00.
Wednesday till 21:00.
Enter up until 30’ before closing.
Teachers and Seniors: $9.
Children under 5: Free.
Citi customers: 25% off
Teachers and Seniors: $3.