Historical exhibit on Buenos Aires daily life

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An interesting exhibition about the daily life in Buenos Aires during the past centuries is taking place at UCA's Pabellon de Bellas Artes. The exhibit is made of iconography and portraits of the Buenos Aires society, maps, textiles, antique photographs, post cards, coins, bottles, medicine packs, labels, products marketed during the celebration of the Centenary in 1910, advertising billboards, etc., as well as drawings and paintings by important artists, like Prilidiano Pueyrredón, Juan León Pallière, Carlos Morel, Bernabé De María, Adolf D`Hastrel and Ramón Columba, among others.
The exhibition also features the reconstruction of an old "pulperia", a kind of convenience store from that time.

Location: Pabellón de las Bellas Artes UCA. Alicia M. de Justo 1300, Puerto Madero
Dates and Hours: Through July 25th, 2009, Monday to Saturday, 11.00 am to 7.00 pm
Free entrance

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