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The Argentine Festival presents its 31st anniversary of the Festival, featuring the work of international and local artist. Folk music, tango, dance and pop music will be part of this annual event. When Saturday, May 12, 2018 Starting at 4 PMWhere Kenmore Middle School Auditorium 200 South...
In this exhibition by Franco Lippi and Luis Falduti at the Embassy of Argentina in Washington, DC, we use the medium of photography to temporally expose the enigmatic layers of Franco Lippi’s paintings to disclose its hidden messages. The efforts by these two artists is to reenact the complete...
Contrary to what we were taught, and most believed for centuries, there is no major clear or defining differences between what traditionally has been called “creative” and “non-creative” people. In fact, we are all born with quite similar characteristics. There are differences though in how each...
Argentine president Hernán Blanco (Ricardo Darín, in a riveting performance) faces the most important meeting of his career, a summit of Latin American leaders at a posh snowbound resort in the Chilean Andes to form "the first multinational, state-owned company" to better compete with the hated US...
The Embassy Series program presents “An Evening of Tango from Argentina” with the Argentine singer Malena Dayen, mezzo-soprano, and David Rosenmeyer, piano.     About Malena Dayen Praised by the New York Times as “Outstanding” for her 013 performance at Carnegie Hall, mezzo-soprano Malena Dayen...
Ignacio Alperin is an international artist based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He grew up in Australia and has lived in several countries around the globe.    The selection of works in this exhibition, “Did you see what I heard?”, was compellingly influenced by his synesthesia (”gift” he shares...
The Embassy of Argentina will present a movie series with God Bless You, by Julio César Amadori, based on a novel by Joracy Camargo. In Spanish with English subtitles. Free. WhenMarch 22 at 6:30 PM   WhereEmbassy of Argentina 1600 New Hampshire Ave, NW Washington, DC 20009 (M) Dupont Circle...
The Gallery at the Wharf  presents “All About Color”, an exhibition featuring emerging artist Alexandra Arata. She was born in Cordoba, Argentina, and she has been living in Washington D.C. for 15 years. Arata celebrates life with colorful and authentic insights integrated into her techniques such...
The Embassy of Argentina will present a movie series with Papers in the Wind, by Juan Taratuto, based on a novel by Eduardo Sacheri, who was also behind the novel which spawned Juan Jose Campanella’s Oscar-winning The Secret in their Eyes. In Spanish with English subtitles. Free.    ...
From the vision of the red twilight (red) and the enigma of the blue fall (blue) the circular paintings of Daniela Ramsfelder break through. They are landscapes of events, says Paul Virilio in his essay. Movements and vibrations in an abstract space define these paintings.Here the imaginary time is...

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Assistant to the Ambassador of the Argentine Republic in the United States   Information about the position: The person filling this...
White House tours At this time, we are unable to process any White House tour applications for the general public. Although the White House...
when Mondays/Wednesdays (May/June) From 5:30 PM to 7 PM where Embassy of Argentina 1600 New Hampshire Ave, NW Washington, DC 20009 (M)...

  

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