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Culture was one of the sectors most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. For months, museums were forced to close their doors to the public. However, the activities are gradually reactivated, and these were able to return to traditional visits. In compliance with prevention and hygiene measures, museums offer safe visits through strict protocols and reservation systems.
Three iconic museums in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, which reopened and invite the public to immerse themselves in the world of culture:
Located in Lafinur 2988, the Evita Museum exhibits the life and work of one of the most important women in Argentine history. In this reopening, in addition to the usual exhibition, visitors will be able to enjoy the exhibition “Sueños Vestidos” by the artist Graciela Henríquez until the end of February. In it, dresses are presented that evoke the figure of Eva Perón . These large sculptural pieces are made with different types of materials that seek to contrast both sides of this popular icon's life: luxurious life and life of work and sacrifice. Visiting hours are from Thursday to Sunday from 11:00 to 19:00 and previous reservations are made on their website www.museoevita.org.ar . As safety measures, cleaning and disinfection protocols were increased. And visits are done individually or in a group of convivors, up to 4 people, respecting the safety distance of 2 meters from the others.
In this reopening, the Museo Bellas Artes, located in Av. del Libertador 1473, enabled only the ground floor rooms to explore. This circuit includes a panorama of Argentine works of art from the 19th century and European art pieces from the twelfth to nineteenth centuries. As well, the classic Guerrico and Hirsch collections, registered stamp of this museum. Visiting hours are from Thursday to Sunday from 12:00 to 19:00 and previous reservations are made on their website www.bellasartes.gob.ar . The museum's protocol consists of enabling up to 35 people per hour on each visit and the tour will be in a one-way way. As a health measure, information material can be accessed instead of paper using QR codes located in the rooms.
The Sívori Museum, under the city's government, is located in Av. Infanta Isabel 555. Explore the artistic expression of national artists who institutionalized art in our country with their brushes and skills, with more than 4000 pieces of plastic art from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. In addition, it is constantly updated as it has temporary exhibitions by contemporary artists and works awarded in the competitions it organizes. In this context, the exhibition of two of Los Artistas del Pueblo , Guillermo Facio Hebequer and Abraham Vigo, are enabled, and the exhibition “A full eyelid of sap” by the Argentine artist Martha Zui. Visiting hours are Monday to Friday from 12 am to 7 pm and on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 11 am to 20 pm. Previous reservations are made on their website https://www.buenosaires.gob.ar/museos/museo-sivori
These three museums are a window to Argentine culture and art. An excellent plan, which guarantees the health measures, to enjoy on this holiday in the City of Buenos Aires.
Source: Press GCBA
Publication Date: 07/02/2021
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