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ArteBA is back in town!

ArteBA has been organizing what has become one of the region’s most important contemporary art fair promoting Argentine and Latin American art, with the goal of positioning it in the world market.

Curators, collectors, professionals in various cultural fields, and visitors from all over the world come to enjoy one this art celebration in one of South America’s most exciting and cosmopolitan cities.

The 2015 fair will take place on the premises of La Rural in the Palermo section of the city, between June 4th and 7th.

For visitors:

  • Where? La Rural, Blue and Green Pavilions
  • Address: 2704 Sarmiento Avenue, Buenos Aires
  • Schedule: from 2 to 9 pm.
  • http://www.arteba.org

 

ArteBA 2014

arteba2014A new edition of ArteBa, the contemporary art fair, is coming to Buenos Aires. It will be held from 23 to 26 May at La Rural (Sarmiento 2704).

The fair has different and defined sections. In order to maintain quality and professionalism, both established and emerging galleries are chosen by different selection committees or are invited to participate by the curators in charge of each of the sections.

Young galleries, with special focus on Latin American art, will be showcased at Barrio Joven Chandon. The section encourages art of recent production, supporting new, different or alternative scheme to the traditional ventures exhibition and sale of contemporary art. Galleries are selected by an independent selection committee.

 
The contemporary art galleries, the stars of the show, and the OPEN FORUM of free admission are the strong strengths of ArteBA.

• Dates: 23 to 26 May 
• Hours: 2pm to 9pm  
• Location: La Rural 
• General admission: $ 90 pesos
 

ArteBA: One of the region’s most important contemporary art fair

Ever since its formation 21 years ago, the arteBA Foundation has been organizing what has become one of the region’s most important contemporary art fair promoting Argentine and Latin American art, with the goal of positioning that art in the world market.

Each year curators, collectors, professionals in various cultural fields, and visitors from all over the world come to take in the fair and also enjoy one of South America’s most exciting cosmopolitan cities. Buenos Aires presents them with the architectural beauty of its sumptuous past, a vibrant night-life, and a vast range of cultural offerings.

Information

  • Dates: May 18th -22nd
  • Hours:  to 9 PM
  • Venue: La Rural
 Blue and Green Pavilions
 (2704 Sarmiento Avenue, Buenos Aires)
  • http://www.arteba.org