(Photo by Iso Brown)
Check out artist Antonio Seguí´s engravings at the MAMBA (Museum of Modern Art) in San Telmo.
Close by, the Centro Okinawense is hosting a Japan-Argentina ping-pong tournament starting at 5.30pm.
In the evening go to Club Severino party at ‘Previous’ nightclub for a peek at the Buenos Aires nightlife.
Av. San Juan 350, San Telmo
Av. San Juan 2651, San Telmo
Hipólito Yrigoyen 851, Downtown
(Photo by Lucianna Gerghi)
Fundación PROA in La Boca is showcasing Sistemas, Acciones y Procesos- 1965 a 1975 which displays an array of art work form the 60´s and 70´s by renown local and international artists.
In the evening 20´s style Virasoro Bar in Palermo is screening Alfred Hitchcock’s Stranger on a Train at 9.30pm.
Av. Pedro de Mendoza 1929, La Boca
Guatemala 4328, Palermo
(Photo by blmurch)
Originally built as a disguise for a water tower meant to provide clean drinking water to the people after the 1877 outbreak of yellow fever, the stunning Palacio de Aguas Corrientes now works as Aguas Argentinas (the local water company) headquarters and also as a museum well worth visiting.
For a great gourmet lunch in the nearby area head to Restó, just 5 blocks away from the Palace.
In the evening, the Rio Café host their Wednesday hit “Rock in Rio”.
Riobamba 750 – 1° Piso
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-1pm
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 12-3pm, Thur-Fri 12-3pm and 8-11pm
Honduras 4772, Palermo
(Museo de Arte Español Enrique Larreta by Javier Kohen)
Don’t miss the exhibit of Regional Spanish Costumes, which were given to Evita as a gift on her trip to Spain in 1947 after the country donated food to the impoverished Spanish people. The exhibit is being held until the 28 of August at the Museo de Arte Español Enrique Larreta.
Later on take a fun Italian lesson at trattoria and art gallery Ill Ballo del Mattone starting 5pm.
In the evening get to know more about the local wine industry at the weekly tastings in the Fierro Hotel.
Juramento 2291, Belgrano
Open: Mon-Fri 1pm-7pm and Sat 10am-8pm
Gorriti 5737, Palermo
Soler 5862, Palermo
Weather forecasts predict rain for Friday so it’s a good day to visit museums. An interesting alternative is the Museo Penitenciario (the penitentiary museum) set in a building that dates back to 1732. The display traces the history of the federal prison activity and shows objects, and archives.
In the evening head to Boris Club de Jazz for some live rock-pop-jazz by Sergio Pangaro y Baccarat or, for a more classical outing, buy tickets for the Buenos Aires Ballet Gala, which will be bringing ballet companies from all over the world to the stage of the Teatro Coliseo. Tickets here.
Humberto Primo 378, San Telmo
Opening Hours: Thur-Sun 2pm-6pm.
Guided tours: 5pm
Gorriti 5568, Palermo
Saturday and Sunday
(Photo by longhorndave)
Saturday- Samba and Feijoada at Notorious. Head to the renown jazz club at midday for a typical Brazilian lunch with music and dancing. Notorious . Av.Callao 966, Palermo. 4813-6888
Take advantage of the free weekend tours of the Casa Rosada (the government house). Tours run from 10am-6pm all weekend.