Summer Exhibitions at Eduardo Sívori Museum

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Bonifacio del Carril Award - Engravings

National Academy of Fine Arts
Until February 17th, 2008

This is an annual award with the purpose of stimulating young artists under 40 years of age in the areas of Architecture, Sculpture, Engraving, Music and Painting.

Postales Porteñas
Collection of the Drawing and Illustration Museum
Until February 17th, 2008

Collective exhibition of festive works that portrait the life in the city of Buenos Aires. Drawings and illustrations by Lino Palacio, Oski, Divito, Dante Quinterno, Rodolfo Claro, Calé, Alejandro Sirio, Fontanarrosa, among others.

Figure and Body – The Portrait in Argentina – Cultural Heritage – Paintings
Until February 10th, 2008
This exhibition is organized around a traditional and strong thematic concept in the history of Occidental art, the human figure. It covers almost the whole of the last century of Argentine painting, through the theme of portrait and figure.

Photography Award “Francisco Ayerza”
National Academy of Fine Arts
Until February, 2008

Exhibition of prizewinner photographs from the photographic contest “Francisco Ayerza”, awarded by the National Academy of Fine Arts last December 1st, 2007.

Heritage 1900-1960
Paintings, Engravings and Sculptures
Until March, 2008

This exhibition is a selection of the huge heritage of Sivori Museum, and shows the course of Argentina plastic arts during that period. It starts with works by Eduardo Sívori and Ernesto de la Cárcova, of naturalist style, until the concrete, abstract geometric, lyric and generative expressions of the 60s. With works by: Clorindo Testa, Yente, Virgilio Villalba, Martín Blasco, Sarah Grilo y Miguel Angel Vidal.

Location: Museum Eduardo Sívor -Ave. Infanta Isabel 555 (Opposite the bridge at Palermo´s Rose Garden)

Opening times:
Tuesday to Friday, from Noon to 8 pm. Saturday, Sunday and holidays, from 10 am to 8 pm.

Entry fee:
AR$ 1. Wednesdays: Free

Official Website (in Spanish only):
www.museosivori.org.ar


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