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An anthological exhibition that brings together nearly 250 works by the Argentine artist.
From May 17, 2023 to Aug. 12, 2023
Pabellón de exhibiciones temporarias | Exposición "Eduardo Sívori. Artista moderno entre París y Buenos Aires".
250 works on display
Curator: Cecilia Rabossi y Andrés Duprat
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The exhibition presents more than 130 photographs, drawings and paintings by the Italian-Argentine artist, father of León Ferrari.
"Recurrences" is the first individual exhibition that the National Museum of Fine Arts dedicates to the Argentine artist León Ferrari (1920-2013). This anthological exhibition, organized together with the Fundación Augusto y León Ferrari Arte y Acervo (FALFAA), and curated by Cecilia Rabossi and Andrés Duprat, presents nearly 250 works, including drawings, inks, collages, engravings, objects, blueprints, plans and ceramics from the period 1960-2011, from the Museum collection, the Ferrari family collection and the FALFAA.