In 2018, a city-wide public art experience lures us to the capital of Argentina. Organizers of Art Basel Cities Week Buenos Aires invited Cecilia Alemani, director of the public art program for New York City’s High Line park, to curate Rayuela (Spanish for Hopscotch). Across Buenos Aires, artists activate historic plazas, parks and museums, abandoned buildings, architecture and industrial sites. Their projects connect contemporary art with urban space, civic history and community.
Featured projects: Maurizio Cattelan, Eduardo Navarro, Eduardo Basualdo, Alexandra Pirici, Gabriel Chaille, David Horvitz, Naama Tsabar
Sound Editor: Joseph DeMarco | Photography: Fresh Art International