Friday, February 6, 2009

Visual Arts tour to Buenos Aires

Onda Gallery Visual Arts Tour Buenos Aires
October 9-23, 2009

Join me, Onda Gallery director, Allan Oliver, on a behind-the-scenes tour of Buenos Aires’ vibrant art world. This trip offers Buenos Aires with excursions to Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay, and Iguazu Falls.


GALLERY VISITS to galleries such as Braga Menendez, Rubbers, Bohenkamp-Revale, Ruth Benzacar, Matilde Bensignor, Daniel Abate, Appetite and Rostbif

STUDIO TOURS to artist studios such as Teodolina Garcia, Vilma Villaverde, Aldo Sessa, Filete artists such as Martianiano Arce, Alfredo Genovese and Jorge Muscia

PRIVATE COLLECTION TOURS to the homes of art aficinados such as Marion Helft, Juan & Patricia Vergez, Luis Parenti and Cecilia Caballero. (Two of the visits to include lunch and/or dinner)

VISITS to MALBA, Museum of Fine Arts, Centro Cultural Recoleta

Half Day Sightseeing tour of Buenos Aires

Two Tango Shows: Rojo Tango and Esquina Carlos Gardel including dinner

Full day Excursion to Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay UNESCO site

Two Night Excursion to Iguazu Falls including full day tour of the Falls, accommodations and flights

Group based upon 11 participants (will increase if less than 11)
Cost $4765.00* per person, double occupancy based upon 11 participants.
*Single Supplement is $900.00 added to above figures

Includes 10 nights Buenos Aires accommodations based upon shared occupancy with daily breakfast, English speaking art guide, Rojo Tango dinner show, half day city tour, art museums, galleries, studios and private art collections in Buenos Aires, internal Iguasu Falls flights commencing and terminating in Buenos Aires, 2nts accommodations Iguasu Falls with daily breakfast, full day excursion to Falls on the Great Adventure , private local jungle guides, day excursion to Colonia, a farewell dinner at the Esquina de Car los Gardel Tango show.

**International nonrefundable airfare from Pacific Northwest coach to Buenos Aires is approximately $1200.00-1600.00 .

Nonrefundable deposit of $1200.00 required by March 30, 2009 to reserve space.

For details and booking, contact:
Nancy Pole- Wilhite - booking agent 503.296.7913

For general information, contact:
Allan Oliver, Onda Gallery 503.493.1909

1 comment:

  1. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Argentina is the National Museum of Fine Arts. I really enjoyed it. Located in Buenos Aires, the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Argentina consists of 32 exhibition halls with state-of-art infrastructure. Opened in 1896, the museum exhibits the artifacts dating from the 12th century. The National Museum of Fine Arts of Argentina exhibits the works of Argentina and European artists. The good thing about deciding to rent apartments in buenos aires during my stay was that they were close to the museum since I liked going every three days to delight myself with beauty!