Nice expositions with some famous paintings from Picasso, Renoir, Monet, Degas, etc. majority of the art isn't that good, but worth visiting (it's free).
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I love art gallery's and have visited many of the worlds greatest. This certainly won't disappoint. A good walk through art history with something by all of the big names. Nice, manageable mate size as well. Plenty to see but not exhausting with too much...More
The museum is a well-maintained, albeit small (by European standards) museum, with free admission, and an interesting collection of Argentinian and international art.
I enjoyed wandering round this museum and appreciating its eclectic mix. However i remain unmoved by modern art where ever I see it. great thing about the gallery it has late opening so can be fitted in at end of a busy day.
comprehensive collection of Argentine painting. But also one of the best collections of European art in South America.
Extraordinary artistic heritage, which makes it the largest public collection in Latin America. Among its more than 12,000 pieces, two collections stand out: the collection of nineteenth-century European art, considered the most important in the region, and the collection of Argentine art, beyond any doubt...More
Really nice museum, but I had a feeling I've seen most of this before. The temporary exhibition of Luis Felipe Noé was really interesting and different.
Because it is located together with other most visited places such as cemetery of recoleta. I highly recommend this place for those who love paintings. This is a small museum so it won't take you a day or not even half day but it does...More
Located in a beautiful building. It presents an excellent exhibition of Argentine art with permanent and temporary exhibitions.
What a find! Tremendous collection from both Europe and South America, beautifully presented. Nice building and location too. And incredibly, free of charge. don't wait for a rainy day - just go!