Coleccion de Arte Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat, Buenos Aires

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Founded by one of Argentina's wealthiest women, Coleccion de Arte Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat exhibits lesser works of prominent artists, like a little-known Warhol portrait. The collection also includes pieces by Brueghel, Rodin, Klimt, Dali, Picasso, and Chagall. Arguably the most interesting feature of the steel, glass, and concrete building are the mobile aluminum panels above the glassy ceiling. The gallery founder requested the panels so that she could look at her paintings and gaze at the stars simultaneously. The views from the side gallery over the docks rival figurative works by Carlos Alonso and Juan Carlos Castagnino, featured in this gallery. Before you head to Buenos Aires, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Buenos Aires trip itinerary planner, to make sure you see all that Buenos Aires has to offer, including Coleccion de Arte Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat.
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  • I usually have my doubts when it comes to these tycoon's art collections. But I was pleasantly surprised at the scope and quality here. Many European 'names', plus a fair share of modern Argentine.....  more
    I usually have my doubts when it comes to these tycoon's art collections. But I was pleasantly surprised at the scope and quality here. Many European 'names', plus a fair share of modern Argentine.....  more »
  • The permanent collection is nice with some beautiful paintings and sculptures. The service that the girl fro. The reception is providing is a very bad one, such a bored girl working with no... 
    The permanent collection is nice with some beautiful paintings and sculptures. The service that the girl fro. The reception is providing is a very bad one, such a bored girl working with no...  more »
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  • Beautiful collection of both Argentine pieces from all 200 years of the country's history and international pieces, some from antiquity. It's a small place, in maybe 30 minutes you can enjoy it all fully, but its well worth it. The entrance fee is very cheap too, all things considering.
  • Wonderful. Some cool international artists but what a best is the paintings exampling Argentine art history. And beautifully located. 100% recommend going if in the neighborhood

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