Elba Bairón at the MALBA

(Photo by Pablo Curras)

The MALBA is featuring a new exhibit of Bolivian artist Elba Bairón’s work. The contemporary artist was recently awarded by the Federico Klemm institute and lives in Buenos Aires since 1967, having exhibited both locally and internationally.  On this occasion, the artist, who creates sculptures and installations using mixed media, presents 8 human sized figures made from plaster that interact with rationalist architectural figures made from paper.

The exhibit is open until the 10th of March alongside the already recommended showcase of Liliana Porter’s work. The museum is open everyday except for Tuesdays and charges a 40-peso entry fee. Av. Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Palermo.

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