Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires

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Familiarize yourself with the very best works of contemporary Argentine art at Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires. The sleek museum, opened in 1956 and renovated in 2010, contains more than 6,000 pieces by Argentine artists, including Romulo Macció, Emilio Pettoruti, and Xul Solar. Read the information accompanying each of the artworks, presented in both Spanish and English, to get a sense of how European trends continue to influence Argentine artists' work. Check out the museum's ever-changing exhibits (but note you'll need to buy separate tickets for them). See Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires and all Buenos Aires has to offer by arranging your trip with our Buenos Aires road trip planner.
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  • Wow- what a place! The fact is, I visited twice, there was so much to see and absorb. I imagine the exhibitions are ever changing. There were a few slow galleries during my visit, but I was... 
    Wow- what a place! The fact is, I visited twice, there was so much to see and absorb. I imagine the exhibitions are ever changing. There were a few slow galleries during my visit, but I was...  more »
  • On our recently visit to BA the weather was warmer than we expected, I wasn't feeling well and walking around the antique market in San Telmo did not help with my stomach as it had a unique (not in a....  more
    On our recently visit to BA the weather was warmer than we expected, I wasn't feeling well and walking around the antique market in San Telmo did not help with my stomach as it had a unique (not in a....  more »
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  • Beautiful building with modern and contemporary paintings, sculptures and more. The collection is presented with gender perspective. It's very interesting and easy to walk through. The crew is very nice.
  • The place is part of the San Telmo route, so this does that the Museum adds value to the tour. The exhibitions used to change and the peace and environment of the museum is simply lovely. You have to pay for entering but it's cheap and on Wednesdays is free.

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