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Wednesday: 12:00 to 21:00
Tuesday: closed

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03.06— 06.15.20

Remedios Varo

Malba opens its 2020 exhibition calendar with an anthology exhibition of Remedios Varo (Anglès, Spain 1908 - Mexico City, Mexico 1963). She is a central figure in Latin American surrealism and fantastic art and an essential reference in Mexico's mid-20th-century art scene as a member of an extraordinary group of exiled artists and intellectuals.

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03.27— 06.29.20

Alejandra Seeber Leda Catunda
One of a kind

One of a kind showcases a dialogue between two Latin American artists, who are united by their work and in their desire to redefine painting. Both are highly skilled painters and integrate urban culture, modern art, design and nature into their art. Leda Catunda (1961, São Paulo) and Alejandra Seeber (1968, Buenos Aires, based in New York) both absorb their entire surroundings into their works.  

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April— November

Pedro Reyes

In the context of Buenos Aires Art Week (Semana del Arte de Buenos Aires) and the 2020 arteBA Art Fair, Malba presents a new work on the museum´s esplanade: the sculpture Leverageby the artist Pedro Reyes (1972, Mexico City).

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07.03— 11.08.20

Helmut Newton

A retrospective of Helmut Newton, one of most well-known and most controversial photographers of the 20th century. His work, a cross between fashion, erotica, portrait and the documentary, challenges conventions through highly stylized images of elegant and decadent lifestyles in which the female nude predominates.

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11.27.20— 02.21.21

Therapy: A Thread in the Argentine Labyrinth

The exhibition Terapia: un hilo en el laberinto argentino takes as its starting point the central place Freudian psychology has in Argentine culture through its discourse and therapy when treating the unconscious. It will include works by Juan Batlle Planas, Xul Solar, Grete Stern, Emilio Renart, Mildred Burton, Luis F. Noé, Lea Lublin, Oscar Masotta, Mirtha Dermisache, Marta Minujín, Guillermo Kuitca, among others.

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