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% of the place was paintings, and then you had a few tiny sculptures and one... 更多
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
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 some excellent international pieces...I didn't know anything about Argentinian art and took the guided tour... 更多
The main important thing here is to point out that this is not an art museum, but a private collection... therefore it is quite eclectic and personal, yet very interesting. Highly recommendable
The collection here is okay - nothing special - the building in many ways, is the star attraction. If you're looking for an excuse to get to Puerto Maduro, this will get you there and then you can wander the wetlands afterwards.
The collection is not outstanding but the building and the organization are superb.- Most of the paints are of Argentine painters but are a few foreign.- It is remarkable a Turner paint (Juliet and ther nurse) and a Brueghel (The Bethlehem census) also are important paints like Juanito Laguna series of Argentine painter Raúl Soldi.-
It's interesting to see a private collection as opposed to one curated by an expert. It leaves you space to draw your own opinions about taste & theme. The gallery is small but with some great pieces. There's no café but plenty nearby.
The museum occupies several floors and is a mixture of various types of art. Most of our group found the art tour boring and we were all ready to leave shortly after arriving. A WORD OF CAUTION; THE LAST STEPS LEADING TO THE ENTRY FLOOR ARE NOT WELL MARKED AND ONE CAN EASILY MISS THE LAST STEP AND FALL.
Eclectic and personal collection. There are incredible paintings and strange curatorial approach. This is not a traditional experience. Emphasis on Modern art.