Segunda Bienal Internacional de Arte Contemporáneo de Argentina...


The second Bienal Internacional de Arte Contemporáneo de Argentina is now being held in Buenos Aires. It's a young exhibition of works by new artists (mainly from Latin America) in which there's a display of diverse imagery and artistic objects. Some of them look traditional, others, innovative and some quite amusing, with a link to certain artists of Argentina's history.
Composicao Ying-Yang, by Alice Romero
Measures: 38 x 34 x 16
Camino a Arco Iris (Arias), by Daniel Fialliegas
Measures: 70 x 100 cm
Cambio de piel, by María Lucía Díaz (Colombia)
Materials: sawdust and shavings on wire / Measures: 75 x 75 x 75 cm
Domingo al mediodía, by Marina Olmi (Argentina)
Technique: oil and acrylic on canvas
Although we strongly recommend you stop by the Biennial (at the Centro Cultural Borges), it's a pity that in many cases little information is provided regarding the materials used in the artworks and the home countries of the artists.

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