With Who’s That Girl?, the Museo de Arte Moderno presents the first retrospective of a twenty year career during which she has been a leading light among Argentine artists of her generation. Curated by Laura Hakel.
The exhibition features over 250 artworks from the 18th Century to the present day inspired by three different geographical areas: the Pampas, the riverscape region known as the Littoral and the northeast of Argentina. Curated by Javier Villa.
The Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires presents El salón de los caprichos (The Hall of Fancy), the first anthological exhibition of work by Max Gómez Canle
This exhibition celebrates the work of this artist and designer whose career spans over 5 decades. Her work typically introduces art to new areas, especially design and fashion.
This panoramic selection of artworks will highlight the social, emotional and economic elements of Azpilicueta’s work as expressed in voice, body and language.
The artist works on the frontier between fiction and reality to create photographic compositions in his studio. He creates images that make clear the artificiality of the photographic space, a zone that is full of ambiguity and suspicion.
The Unrelenting Flame: The Intrepid March of the Collection of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires
From novembre 2018 onwards, the Moderno will present a new exhibition dedicated to it's own heritage put together by the museum's curatorial team.
A dialogue between the collection of the MMK and the history of experimental Latin American art between 1944 and 1989. A monumental exhibition that takes up all the galleries of the Moderno, it establishes a profound dialogue between masterpieces from the Frankfurt collection and key works of Latin American art made between the 40s and 80s.
This floor houses the following themed sections: Cosmological Embroidery and Mental Architectures / Shamans of Material
This floor houses the following themed sections: Distant Worlds / Strategies of Destruction in Europe and Latin America / A Bridge between Two Worlds