Going public: Three Argentine artists on the risks and rewards of showing art in unexpected places

Sarah P. Hanson

Marie Orensanz, Luna Paiva, and Mariana Telleria discuss their installations in a city park for the Semana del Arte in Buenos Aires


Left: Carlos Huffmann, Hito de frontera, 2019, in polyester resin, pigment, automobile, cement, and bricks. Photograph by Art Basel. Right: Luna Paiva's bronze Totem, 2109. Photograph courtesy of BA Cultura. Both works are currently on view at Plaza Seeber in Palermo, Buenos Aires, as part of the city-organized Semana del Arte, April 8–14.
Left: Carlos Huffmann, Hito de frontera, 2019, in polyester resin, pigment, automobile, cement, and bricks. Photograph by Art Basel. Right: Luna Paiva's bronze Totem, 2109. Photograph courtesy of BA Cultura. Both works are currently on view at Plaza Seeber in Palermo, Buenos Aires, as part of the city-organized Semana del Arte, April 8–14.