Argentine art takes root in Uruguay with innovative project in restored historic building

The set ranges from pictorial art and sculptures to installations and videos.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This summer, a selection of local creators are exhibiting at Temporal Atemporal, the first Argentine art show of Creative Cluster Development (CCD), in a historic building in Punta del Este. This spacious two-story space, located at Juan Diaz de Solis 630, was for 80 years -between 1933 and 2012- a renowned social club for locals, later abandoned.

Today, by the hand of Argentine collector and . . .

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