Buenos Aires Modern Art Museum Free During Heatwave

Buenos Aires Modern Art Museum Free During Heatwave

The institution announced this in a recent statement.

Over the coming days, where the forecasted temperatures will reach and even exceed 35°C, the Museum of Modern Art will open its doors to visitors free of charge in order to provide a refuge from the city’s extreme heat.

Situated in the popular San Telmo district, this cultural venue is part of the Climate Refuge Network in the city of Buenos Aires. It has the following visiting hours:

    • Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday: 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
    • Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays: 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM

At present, the museum is showcasing the following exhibits, distributed across diverse rooms:

  • Art, That Never-Ending River
  • Eugenia Calvo: A Restless Substance – Common Spaces on the Ground Floor and Second Floor
  • Faivovich & Goldberg: Otumpa – First Floor (Room D)
  • Current Dance – Experimentation in Argentine dance from the 60s – Location: Second Basement (Room I)
  • Furious Toys – Vanguard and Destruction in Argentine Art from the 60s – Location: First Floor (Room C)
  • Hummingbird Culture – Art and identity in the underground scene of the 80s and 90s -Location: First Floor (Room C)
  • Green Manifesto – Pictorial Imaginaries for an Emerging World. 1940-2020 – Location: Ground Floor (Rooms A and B)
  • A Hundred Paths in a Single Day – Post 2001 Urban Dystopias – Location: Second Floor (Room G)
  • The Fishermen’s Dusk – Location: Moderno Café
  • 18 Minutes from the Sun – A journey through the Cosmos through modern and contemporary Argentine art. 1900-2023 – Location: First Floor (Rooms E and F)


Source: Ámbito, Página 12, Museo de Arte Moderno.