La maison rouge continues its cycle of exhibitions showcasing art in cities. After My Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada) in 2011 and Johannesburg (South Africa) in 2013, the foundation trains the spotlight on Buenos Aires in Argentina.
My Buenos Aires runs counter to the romantic vision of Buenos Aires. Paula Aisemberg and Albertine de Galbert seek to offer visitors to la maison rouge neither a portrait of the city nor a “who’s who” of Argentinean artists, but rather a sensation, an experience of the dynamics at work in the Argentine capital.
With more than sixty artists working in all media, from installation to painting, sculpture, video and photography, four generations are represented. Established names such as León Ferrari, Guillermo Kuitca or Jorge Macchi will join others to be discovered. More than 15 of them will travel to Paris to work on in situ installations.
My Buenos Aires is an invitation to plunge into the mystery of Buenos Aires without attempting to resolve it, and to experience the unsettling strangeness of its multiple personalities.
Curators : Paula Aisemberg, director of la maison rouge and Albertine de Galbert, independant curator, director of Artesur