Coleccion de Arte Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat

Coleccion de Arte Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat

Coleccion de Arte Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat
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Neighbourhood: Puerto Madero
From its refurbished red brick buildings and port cranes to its modern skyscrapers and luxurious apartment buildings, Puerto Madero is the perfect combination of old and new. The river provides a quiet, relaxing atmosphere that contrasts with the hustle and bustle of heavy traffic just blocks away. Across the river, flanked by skyscrapers, are beautiful parks and quiet streets that make this neighbourhood a unique destination in a city as busy as Buenos Aires. The restaurants, bars, and nightclubs on the docks make it a prime spot for nights out and have come to symbolise this area. Puerto Madero is even more striking after dark, when the lights from the docks and skyscrapers glow against the night sky.
How to get there
  • Leandro N. Alem • 8 min walk
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ksufan88
Wichita, KS6,389 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2022
We visited on a Thursday when the admission is 200 pesos (1/2 normal price). That afternoon was very quiet and we saw only a few other visitors while we were there. The top two floors are used for temporary exhibitions and we did not spend much time there since they were very modern and minimalistic. The two lower floors were dedicated to Argentine and International art. We found them to be more interesting even though there were still some unusual and odd artwork. The museum was worth it for the price, but I wouldn’t spend more than an hour here.
Written December 28, 2022
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cdigiu
Buenos Aires, Argentina7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Friends
There are 3 independent collections that summarized the Argentine and Latin-American art of the 19th and early 20th century: MALBA, MUSEO QUINQUELA MARTIN (LA BOCA), COLECCION AMALIA LACROZE DE FORTABAT.
The last one is a private collection that moreover has jewels as couple of pictures from Turner to Brueghel, etc.
Perfectly the three collections could have been part of one bigger museum, although divided in three different locations allows one to contemplate the art without being saturated of images as in those big European museums.
My recommendation: Visit the three in this order: MALBA, QUINQUELA, FORTABAT
Written July 17, 2017
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Elena P
Guadalajara, Mexico4,965 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 • Couples
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 enthusiasm. The entrance fee is 140 ars.
Written December 27, 2019
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PacificNWJeff
Tacoma, WA27 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
I can only imagine that the patron’s guiding principals for assembling her collection was “more is better”. There are some interesting landscapes from the early period of her collection but after not so much and the curation seems weak as a result. These Argentinian artists have better pieces at other museums in BA. That said, the building is cool.
Written October 23, 2019
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Gustavo M
Buenos Aires, Argentina157 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
Very modern building, disegned by Arq Vignoly. Host the personal collection of a millonaire Fortabat. There are some spectacular Turner paints
Written October 10, 2019
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An0nyMs
Tucson, Arizona1,516 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Solo
I enjoyed looking for interesting photos of the building. They were easy to find.

I also enjoyed trying to find a connection between the works she acquired over her lifetime. Her greeting to visitors at the start of the exhibition (see photo) was a nice start.
Written August 4, 2019
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panchotraveler
Santiago, Chile131 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Family
Nice building with a very good collection of Argentinean painting plus some nice international works of art. A hidden gem!
Written July 28, 2019
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brodyboy
San Francisco, CA292 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Couples
Small collection of interesting European and Argentinian art work. Heavy on contemporary pieces. While there is not a huge amount of artwork, they are all of pretty high quality and very interesting. The building itself is also quite striking. A great way to spend and hour or so in Puerto Madero.
Written July 15, 2019
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peter k
North Vancouver, Canada126 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Solo
The collection is quite small , but almost every piece is outstanding.The museum is basically divided into 2 floors.On the first , upper level there is an eclectic collection of European and ancient Egyptian and Roman art.First off, there is a one of a kind portrait ( of the propietrass) by Andy Warhol.Next are some works by a few of the heavyweights in modern European art including an apparently untypical painting by Chagall that presents far more than initially meets the eye , a couple of uusual( even for him) lithographs by Salvador Dali, a couple of lithographs by Rodin and a couple of very intricate paintings by Brueghel.There are also some surprisingly unique and well selected antiquities from ancient Egypt and Rome, including a very new looking sort of cartoonish mummy mask from about 100 b.c. The second , lower floor is devoted to Argentinian art from about the mid nineteenth Century to the 1990's.This collection is , again , very well curated and serves not only as a showcase of talent but as a sort of history lesson and testanent to how much successive generations of settlers to Argentina and their descendants built and accomplished.What this museum may lack in quantity it makes up for by far in quality.
Written May 14, 2019
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Cane_Cattivo21
Chicago, IL76 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2016 • Business
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. It includes some truly outstanding Bernis.
Written February 8, 2017
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