Saturday 29th of October arrives in Buenos Aires the most important art event of the year. Museums, galleries and cultural centers of the city open their doors from 8 p.m. to 3 a.m. in order to generate urban circuits and cultural itineraries.
The cultural offer goes from 105 museums and around 130 cultural spaces distributed in 15 districts as well as places that will only open for this occasion, like some religious temples or the Sede Central de la Masonería Argentina. There will be more than 1,000 activities, which include exhibitions, guided visits, cinema, video, dance, theater, live music, talks, oral narrations, and performances.
Among the most noted events, you will be able to visit the David Lachapelle’s exhibition at La Usina del arte; Retrospectiva by Kazimir Malevich, at Fundación PROA; Revelaciones sobre Papel by Antonio Berni, at Museo de Arte Moderno; or the exhibition La Patria Ilustrada, at Biblioteca del Congreso Nacional.
During these hours, the subway and the 79 shared taxis lines will be free. Furthermore, the eight tolls of the AUSA (Urban Highways) won’t charge between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. when going downtown, and between 12 a.m. and 3 a.m. on the opposite direction, to the provinces. In order to get these free accesses, you have to present a “free pass” which you have to download from the official web page of the event. Additionally, each museum and cultural center count with information about connecting journeys and bike paths.