An interesting private art collection located in a very nicely designed building in the Puerto Madero neighbourhood. Drop in if you have time.
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Who did not actually enter the place being reviewed. The museum was only partially open due to a changing of exhibits, yet the entry fee remained at the relatively high price of 80 Argentine pesos. One might think a museum showing the collection of the...More
Located in the beautiful district of Puerto Madero, the private Fortabat Museum houses the fabulous modern and contemporary art collection of Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat in an impressive new and spacious gallery building. It is the best such collection of art in BA. Also visit...More
Located in the northern end of the hip Puerto Madero neighborhood, the museum makes a very pleasant experience, starting with a very nice exhibit spaces in a smartly designed building. The collection is basically chronologically organized Argentinean art, and it is small but fairly representative....More
Not only is the building sleekly impressive, but the permanent collection is absolutely worth a visit. From Dali to Turner, to Warhol. Señora Fortbat had a magnificent eye for art and even more money plus contacts to acquire it. Temporary Marcia Schvartz exhibit on top...More
I feel like if I were a major art enthusiast, I would have liked this more. This museum is one woman's collection of art and, while many of the pieces were interesting/beautiful, it was sort of three floors of the same thing. I'd say 99%...More
From the first ebullient Andy Warhol of Amalia Lacroze to the rest of the extensive and most interesting private collection this place is a knockout. First class space to begin with, beautifully lit. Put this firmly on your BA art-circuit
This art collection is a must if you are interested in Argentinian art. I visited the permanent collection which gave a tastefully curated cross section of works by Argentinian artists from the 18-hundreds to present times.
Impresive building and location. The private colection includes one floor dedicated to the most important Argentine painters. Another floor to international artists including Turner and Petoruti amongs other. Worth visiting without a doubt!
The collection being a private one that was started around the 60's just as from pure pleasure and because she liked the specific art piece is incredible .... To have left such an art collection for all to enjoy....most of the art is Argentinian with...More