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Club Cultural Matienzo breathes culture and spawns innovation. It’s a pulsating space; a living organism enveloped by a membrane of graffitied walls. Eighty workers –macromolecules of ideas, plans, and schedules–
Once upon a time, there was a city with over 734 bookshops…
Yep, Buenos Aires is officially a book lover’s paradise, with more bookshops per person than any other city in the world. You can rest assured that your literary
The colorful and chaotic walls of Buenos Aires make the city a dynamic, constantly curated gallery. Eclectic and ever moving, a viewer can have the sensation of being transported from Paris to San Paolo in a single block. Normative definitions
San Telmo is the kind of a place with such a unique energy that it is hard to put your finger on what exactly makes it such a wonderful neighborhood. This relatively small barrio<span
You might not know this but the walls of parking garages in Buenos Aires are prime real estate. They’re big ‘n’ ugly and often their owners are happy to turn them over to an industrious street artist
Stay in Hollywood, hang in Soho.
That’s what I always tell friends that are coming to visit. Despite the flood of galleries, bars, restaurants and shops that have overtaken Palermo Hollywood and its equally hip neighbor
Buenos Aires’ eclectic clash of architecture ranging from from baroque to art deco, makes it one of the best cities for architecture aficionados.
How is it possible to narrow down to just ten incredible buildings in a city that holds
When it comes to summertime dressing (and dealing with the hot, humid weather) less is more, and so the right accessories are key. To help you look the part this summer in Buenos Aires, I’ve picked
When I first arrived here in 2007, the quality of the beer disappointed me. The good cheap pivo in Prague, where I’d lived for 5 years, had spoiled me. Quilmes, the Miller Light of Argentina, just wasn’t cutting it. Once I found
You know what really does it for me? Waking up to a hot cup of coffee and discovering new music. It’s part of my morning ritual. My first taste of Fémina was this video filmed for their song Deshice de mí while
Buenos Aires’ Asado culture has made the city a foodie travel destination. Many of the restaurants listed in guide books or travel sites aren’t the best places in the city to enjoy an authentic parrilla experience. The Parrilla Tour
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