Art exhibitions in Buenos Aires

Art exhibitions in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is, without a doubt, a city full of life, possibilities and activities for both adults and children, and the best thing about it is that Uber can help you get around it easily and safely! This time we are going to invite you to discover five art exhibitions in Buenos Aires, what do you think? You can visit them alone or accompanied (remember that you can always share your Uber and divide the fee). Have you already downloaded Uber’s app? That’s the first step you need to take to start this cultural journey through Buenos Aires. Ready?

For all tastes: cultural activities in Buenos Aires

Without making a distinction between those who live in this city and the tourists who simply visit it, it is clear that most agree with one thing: the cultural agenda in Buenos Aires is very (but very) varied. The offer is really incredible, and how seeing absolutely everything can mean an endless experience (you can try if you want), from Uber we want to bring you some alternatives that we recommend. Besides, we selected art exhibitions in Buenos Aires located in different places, which will allow you to go into different neighborhoods.

  • Ancient masters of the Renaissance and Baroque
  • William Turner
  • Alexander Calder
  • Football project
  • Turn

Well, we have chosen five different cultural activities in Buenos Aires that you can inspect at your leisure with Uber. Obviously, you don’t have to go to all of them. If all kinds of art excite you very much, then don’t miss any! Let’s explore each option together:

Must-see classics: Ancient masters of the Renaissance and Baroque

With pieces brought from the Museum of Fine Arts-Hungarian National Gallery, this exhibition will allow you to see legendary works by artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Rubens, Lorenzo Lotto, Titian, Giorgio Vasari, Anton van Dyck, Pieter Claesz, Károly Ferenczy and Sándor Bortnyik. If you like this kind of art, you can’t miss the unique opportunity to go for a ride.

Landscapes of Light: William Turner

A selection of works by British artist William Turner, known worldwide as “the painter of light”, arrives in Buenos Aires in September this year. Turner (1775-1851) is considered one of the most talented landscape painters in the history of art. The exhibition will show the public 10 pieces of the renowned artist who raised landscape painting to the levels of historical painting. Like the exhibition explained in the previous section, you will be able to see his work at the National Museum of Fine Arts.

Moving Abstraction: Alexander Calder

The American sculptor Alexander Calder (1898-1976) is famous worldwide for his abstract works made of wood and wire, but also for his mobile creations: structures of organic forms that are suspended in the air and sway in harmony. The exhibition will begin in August and will continue until November at Fundación Proa, located in the picturesque neighborhood of La Boca. Be sure to see the work of one of the greatest avant-garde artists of the last century.

Unforgettable moments: Football project

In the year of the World Cup in Russia, the Fola space celebrates football with an exhibition of emblematic images entitled “Project Football”. Thanks to the contribution of historical archives and great authors from Latin America, you will be able to see unforgettable moments such as “El abrazo del alma” (World Cup 78) or the famous and controversial “Mano de Dios” (World Cup 86), among others. It opens in May and continues during several months of the year.

Collaborative art: Turn

Led by Japanese artist Katsuhiko Hibino, Turn is a project conceived in the framework of the Olympic and Paralympic Games to be held in Tokyo in 2020, and which is being replicated in different countries. In addition to Hibino, other artists from Japan, Argentina and Peru are participating. What is it about? After doing residencies in social institutions in each country, the artists use traditional craft techniques and customs to create their works.

The main idea is that they settle in local minority communities to live their individuality and exchange knowledge. It can be seen until December in the Muntref (Museum of the National University of Tres de Febrero), located in the Retiro neighborhood.

Here are five art exhibitions in Buenos Aires that you can visit this year. Check the schedule of the exhibitions and the addresses of each museum, open your Uber app, request a trip and make an artistic journey through different parts of the city. This mini cultural agenda of Buenos Aires that we have selected for you, will also allow you to walk around some of the most famous neighborhoods of the capital of Argentina. With Uber you will be able to make it possible!