Art Basel Cities: Buenos AiresOverview

Art Basel Cities Week in Buenos Aires

September 6 – 12, 2018

Art Basel Cities Week has touched down in Buenos Aires. Under the artistic direction of Cecilia Alemani, the week’s highlights included the citywide exhibition ‘Hopscotch (Rayuela)’, with both newly commissioned and existing works by 18 Argentine and international artists; a dynamic program of Buenos Aires Gallery Weekend; studio visits, exhibitions, performances, special events hosted by our Cultural Partners; and an array of artist presentations and panels part of the ongoing Talks Program.

Buenos Aires’s Artworld

Meet the artists, curators, collectors, and gallerists driving the local creative scene


Art Basel Cities: Buenos Aires Partnership

Art Basel Cities: Buenos Aires is a multi-year program of initiatives that celebrate the city’s thriving cultural ecosystem and facilitate exchanges between the international and Argentine artworlds. In tandem with our local Cultural Partners, the program seeks to foreground leading museums, foundations, artist-run spaces, associations, and nonprofits, highlighting Buenos Aires’s rich artistic history and current creative production. These long-term professional collaborations, projects, and cultural conversations amplify Buenos Aires’s position as a cultural destination of choice.

If you have a specialized interest within the Buenos Aires art scene, or if you are interested in meeting a local stakeholder, please write us at artbaselcities@artbasel.com and we will help you to connect.


Art Basel Cities: Buenos Aires Advisory Board

Patrick Foret
Chair of the Board, Director of Business Initiatives,
Art Basel

Orly Benzacar
Director of the Ruth Benzacar Galería de Arte

Eduardo Costantini
Founder and Chairman of the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA) and art collector

Dani Levinas
Art collector and Chairman of the Board of
Trustees of the Phillips Collection

Diego Alberto Radivoy
Ex Officio Member of the Art Basel Cities: Buenos
Aires Board. General Director of Creative and
Cultural Development, Ministry of Culture,
Buenos Aires City Government

Ariel Aisiks
Founder and CEO of the Institute for Studies on
Latin American Art (ISLAA)

Gustavo Bruzzone
Art collector, patron of the arts and Judge of the National Court of Criminal and Correctional
Appeals of the Federal Capital

Marlise Jozami
Art curator, collector and Member of the
Board of the Reina Sofia Foundation in Madrid

Alec Oxenford
Art collector and President of the arteBA Foundation

Frances Reynolds
Founder and President of the Fundación
Arte Viva Europe

Patricia and Juan Vergez
Art collectors and Art Basel Global Patrons Council

Pablo León de la Barra
Curator at Large, Latin America at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

Ximena Caminos
Artistic Director and Chair of Faena Art, and Executive Director of Faena Forum Miami Beach, and Faena Art Center Buenos Aires

Anibal Jozami
Art collector and President of the National University of Tres de Febrero Argentina

Glenn Phillips
Curator and Head of Modern & Contemporary Collections at the Getty Research Institute,
Los Angeles

Adriana Rosenberg
President and Director of the Fundación PROA