The Fortabat Museum is one of the most important tourist attractions of our city and it is home to Amalia’s Fortabat private art collection. It was built on the north area of Dike 4 and it is open to the public. The art collection comprises argentine art ranging from the 19th century to now. The museum exhibits include more than 200 art pieces of artists from different countries, styles and years as well as objects from ancient Greece and ancient Egypt. Some of the renowned painters, between some many others, present in the museum are: Marc Chagall, Auguste Rodin, Pier-Auguste Renoir, Paul gauguin, Joan Miró, Juan Manuel Blanes, Edgar Degas, Pieter Brueghel, Salvador Dalí, Antonio Berni, Carlos Alonso, Xul Solar, Fernando Fader, Emilio Pettoruti, Leopoldo Presas, Juan Carlos Castagnino, Pérez Celis, Raúl Soldi and Lino Enea Spilimbergo.
BAFICI (The Buenos Aires International Independent films festival) began in 1999 and is nowadays one of the most important and renowned film festivals of the world. BAFICI has conquered a privileged place in the international cinematographic agenda.BAFICI´s wide movie planning includes worldwide premieres, in dynamic and cultural scenery, gathering acclaimed film directors and new talents.
Ticket sales will begin on April 3rd at Hoyts Abasto, La Casa de la Cultura (Avenida de Mayo 575) and also online.Tickets cost AR$15; special price for students and retired AR$13)
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