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Top 10 Works At The Museo Nacional De Bellas Artes

Article by Anna Lowe.

Following my recent post on MALBA’s Top 10 works, I now intend to continue with further museum-themed lists until, like all film

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MALBA for Dummies

Undoubtedly one of the ‘must-see’ attractions of the city, MALBA (the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires) offers an opportunity to view 100 years of modern and contemporary art from across the region. The collection introduces visitors

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Calafate: About As Cool As It Gets

Article by Anna Lowe.

The run-up to Christmas in Buenos Aires is strange for its total lack of commercialism and anticipation. Down in the Southern hemisphere, the city is deep in a humid summer and most Argentines are keen to escape for

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You Better Go See The New Berni Exhibit At MALBA

Article by our one and only Anna Lowe.

Antonio Berni’s ‘Juanito and Romina’ series shaped 20 years of his artistic production, won him international recognition and remain a defining vision of modern Argentine life. 

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Memorable Flavors At Mishiguene

Article by Anna Lowe.

I recently celebrated my birthday in Buenos Aires for the second time! As well as a weekend asado/party in traditional Argie style I wanted to try something a little fancy so decided on ‘South America’s Best Bar’

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Sushi: A Two-Part Tale of Consumption and Construction

Article by Anna Lowe.

Marcello Elefoso has been making sushi for over 10 years having perfected his technique in big name restaurants like Morizono (BAs first Japanese). But with an entrepreneurial free spirit he sought the excitement of starting his

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Sex in the City at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

Article by Anna Lowe.

As summer temperatures soar in Buenos Aires, you’d be forgiven for removing a few layers of clothing. But venture into the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and things get a

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For Sushi Purists – Kyodo Japanese Restaurant

Article by Anna Lowe.

I adore sushi. I would eat it every day if I could. As it is, living in Buenos Aires, a city not known for its understanding or appreciation of sea creatures, I manage to make do with only weekly installments of the

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Mendoza Is For Foodies

Article by Anna Lowe.

In England a worker is granted just 4 bank holidays a year – precious long weekends where the addition of a Monday is cause for great celebration – head to the coast!  Hey, you’ve even got time to hop over

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Xul Solar: The Man And The Museum

Article by Anna Lowe.

I have to admit, I like my artists eccentric. The excess and eclecticism of, for example, Salvador Dali appeals to my sense of romanticism far more than a Damien Hirst-type. Perhaps it’s this enjoyment of the whacky and whimsical

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