I just had the coolest day. And I have a lot of cool days, so that’s saying something. I went on a Street Art Tour with Buenos Aires Street Art.
To see graffiti and murals is an unavoidable daily occurrence. Public art enriches the already stimulating
It all started when Linda Neilson tried to buy prints for her baby’s nursery here in Buenos Aires. To her dismay, the high-end galleries were not only expensive <span
I’m not much of a bruncher. But before you light those pitchforks, let me explain. I’m not one to turn down salmon gravlax or eggs benedict (read: I don’t turn down food; read: cook for me!). I will welcome with open
Of all the romantic anecdotes about expats finding their way to Buenos Aires, there isn’t one quite like Ayaz and Liyanleth’s. But then again, if there was, maybe I wouldn’t have
Review by our resident chef and food writer: Kevin Vaughn, of MASA fame.
I think that it was around the moment that the sound of Notorious B.I.G.’s “Juicy” filled the room, me on my second pint and seriously chowing
Art meets Social Media in the latest bilingual exhibit at Galeria Mar Dulce, entitled: ‘El Topo Ilustrado’, or “The Illustrated Mole’. This series, brings together the drawings of Buenos Aires illustrator Cristian Turdera
By Kevin Vaughn. (You should know who he is by now.)
It’s not every Tuesday night that I end up at Soria sharing Honey Sours at 2am with two complete strangers. But that’s the wonderful part of the Buenos Aires closed door dinner scene. For one
On 30 November 2013, Galeria Mar Dulce opens the IV edition of our celebrated summer exhibition of art for the child in all of us: Sweet For My Sweet.
As in previous editions, Sweet For My Sweet IV presents
In Jigsaw, more than a 1000 little painted objects -whimsical in form and vivid in colour- cover the wall of Mar Dulce, appearing to be only the beginning of a much bigger, perhaps infinite, puzzle.
Not for the first time, Bianki has