This is the go-to place for modern Latin American art, maybe even more so than the famous MALBA. Interesting collection. Interesting building, too.
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Well worth visiting. Mostly art from Argentina in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. A couple of stand-out paintings - the Turner and the Brueghel. But also, the big Greek vase and the Pharoah's mask are the more impressive because they are alone, not "in...More
We visited the Coleccion Fortabat on recommendation of the museums to visit list and I was glad we did. The building is very interesting on its own and the permanent art collection is of high quality, full of masterpieces.
We found out about this gallery quite by mistake, but so grateful that we did. This gallery is the personal project of the late Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat who died in 2012. She was, at the time, the wealthiest woman in Argentina, and through much...More
The permanent exhibit is really nice with pieces from some of the worlds most famous artists, e.g. Salvador Dali. The temporary exhibit when I was there was of Benito Laren and it blew my mind, did not think I would appreciate that kind of art...More
Walked over from San Telmo and were wowed by the quality of this collection. Well curated with plenty of natural light and wide open spaces to take it all in. Don't miss the gift shop either.Visited 11/2015
There are 3 independent collections that summarized the Argentine and Latin-American art of the 19th and early 20th century: MALBA, MUSEO QUINQUELA MARTIN (LA BOCA), COLECCION AMALIA LACROZE DE FORTABAT. The last one is a private collection that moreover has jewels as couple of pictures...More
Who did not actually enter the place being reviewed. The museum was only partially open due to a changing of exhibits, yet the entry fee remained at the relatively high price of 80 Argentine pesos. One might think a museum showing the collection of the...More
Located in the beautiful district of Puerto Madero, the private Fortabat Museum houses the fabulous modern and contemporary art collection of Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat in an impressive new and spacious gallery building. It is the best such collection of art in BA. Also visit...More