Main museum of visual arts in Argentina. Argentine art from the beginning until today. International art from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century.
Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires. Collection of Latin American Art of the 20th century; international temporary exhibitions.
Argentine art from the 1920s to the present. Located in a former tobacco factory in the traditional San Telmo quarter.
Residence Errázuriz Alvear from the early 20th Cent. in French neoclassic style. Decorative Arts, European and Oriental art; temporary exhibitions.
Museum in what was the artist's home (1887-1963), designed as a re-interpretation of his original pictorial space.
Palacio Noel in neocolonial style. Ibero-American silverwork, furniture and religious imagery from the 16th - 19th cent.
Museum of the Fundación Banco Francés, dedicated to the work of Líbero Badií, housed in the historical Casona Alsina in Belgrano.
The Museum of Popular Arts José Hernández displays and promotes traditional and contemporary handicrafts from Argentina.
Works by Quinquela Martín (1890 - 1977) and other Argentinean figurative artists; collection of carved figureheads from the 19th century.
Museum in Tigre near the Delta of the Paraná river. Collection of Argentine figurative art and temporary exhibitions.
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