At the Argentine International Photography Festival, there are high-level photographic exhibitions in the venue. Seeing many citizens attending the exhibition, we can fully feel Argentine love for photography! Cultural Center is a historic building with cafes in the open air, where we can rest and chat when we are tired. There are also fairs next to the center on Saturdays, small stalls, mostly local-made handicrafts or clothing. Tingren is very polite and self-restrained. Whether you buy or not, they always greet guests politely, and they don't talk about prices.
Centro Cultural Recoleta is no ordinary cultural center. It's in the beautiful and fancy Recoleta neighborhood, just a short walk away from the famous Recoleta Cemetery, and La Biela, a historic and protected café (bar notable). I've seen many amazing art shows and events for free, including JazzFest, several photography exhibits, urban art, and Argentinian/Latin American paintings and sculptures. There's a café inside, and Fuerza Bruta shows are in one of the stages there (you have to pay for this though). If you're there on weekends, you can also check out the flea market, which has awesome leather items, cool jewelry and good food.
Worthwhile to visit...several exhibitions are usually presented here and most are free.
This is the site of a former insane asylum now used for art exhibits and performances.
I loved !!!!!!!!!!
With all kinds of art exhibitions, this cultural center is a place to visit if you are interested in argentine contemporary art. If you plan to visit the Recoleta cemetery, you can pay a visit to this place too!In the same place you have the park, the cemetery, the cultural center and a little shopping mall, Buenos Aires design.
This is a place where one can know how many things used to be old times. It's interesting to see that the history of a collection of objects in this area reflects the early days... There's even a hotel part dedicated to the local history and the people who now live there almost completely disappear.