Here are some pictures from my ongoing adventure in Buenos Aires. Hope you enjoy.
PS My drawings are in the art fair in Lithuania, ArtVilnius. You heard me: Litha-frickin-wania. The gallerist I work with here in BsAshere is in Vilnius now. Weird.
A view of the city from Puerto Madero.
Reflections on a building in Purto Madero.
From the roof of PROA, a museum of an art foundation.
There was a great show of German photography at PROA, Andreas Gursky, Thomas Ruff, Thomas Struth, Alex Hutte. It's a small museum, but the show had over 30 photos, including some important ones. I had to sneak in with my backpack even though women were allowed to go through with those enormous purses.
I was there with my friend Miguel, who works in the art world, and we met up with one of his friends. Miguel's friends are all rich. This is not an exaggeration. Except me. Anyways, his friend was apparently the most important collector in Argentina. She was cool, not really pretentious, excellent style. She treated us to lunch, then we all went shopping and she was asking us which color dress looked better. So, yeah, that was kind of strange. Maybe she'll buy a drawing some day.
BTW, PROA has very good food for a museum. And reasonably priced. I highly recommend it.