Newsletter of Cultural Events

December 2023


The Consulate General of Argentina in New York


Luján Candria

"Desde las raíces al viento"

Lujan Candria is a Miami-based Argentine artist who uses diverse media to create introspective works about memory and oblivion. She often uses the repetition of images with subtle light variations to create intimate narratives and poetics loaded with nostalgia.

Candria graduated in sculpture from Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes (UNA), and she received Associate Degree from Escuela Nacional de Cerámica in Buenos Aires. In addition, she studied Applied Musical Computer Science at Fonorama, and Image Editing at Mac Training Center (UNTREF).

She has presented solo exhibitions at international galleries and institutions. Currently, she is having a solo show at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden. Her work has also participated in group shows, art fairs, and festivals in Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the United States.

In 2020, her work was selected to be included in Miami International Airport’s permanent collection. She received Locust Projects- Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Miami Artist Relief Fund Grant.

.Opening Night December 1st, 2023, 6:00pm

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL January 26th , 2023.




 12 West 56th st New York, NY 10019


El Consulado General de Argentina en Nueva York


"La suerte de la fea"


Luciana Dulitzky y Federico Berthet

"La suerte de la fea" es un unipersonal ambientado a comienzos del Siglo XX cuando eran frecuentes en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires los bares con atracciones. Se trataba de un público mayormente masculino que bebía en los reservados escuchando -pero sobre todo mirando- a aquellas singulares orquestas de señoritas, compuestas por mujeres jóvenes y atractivas con ropas sensuales que se movían a la cadencia de su propia música. Las mujeres se presentaban allí, en pequeños escenarios como vidrieras, pero no tocaban en realidad, hacían sólo la mímica. Las intérpretes auténticas, músicas con talento, pero sin la edad o los atributos de belleza requeridos, tocaban escondidas tras los telones o en el foso, ejecutando cada uno de esos instrumentos que las otras simulaban tocar. Esta es la historia de una violinista del foso.

Luciana Dulitzky inició su formación como actríz en el año 1995. Discípula de Juan Carlos Gené, cursó estudios con Lorenzo Quinteros, Ricardo Bartis, Alejandro Catalán, Laura Yusem y Claudio Tolcachir. Fue Clown con Raquel Sokolowtz y Stand up con Alejandro Angelini. Desde entonces, todos los años presenta un proyecto en teatro independiente. Además trabaja profesionalmente en cine, publicidad, televisión, teatro comercial y oficial.

Federico Berthet es compositor, cantautor y profesor de Violín y Viola en el Proyecto de inclusión Orquestas infantiles y juveniles de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires. Realizó la carrera de Composición musical en la Facultad de Bellas Artes. Fue parte de la Orquesta Académica del Teatro Colón dirigida por el Maestro Carlos Calleja años 2006-2008.

Miércoles 6 de Diciembre, 6:00pm.



12 West 56th St New York, NY 10019


The Consulate General of Argentina in New York


Mister Pablo in concert


"Mister Pablo" is a 5-piece Latin Fusion band, led by Pablo Raul, an Argentine singer-songwriter based in New York. The group mixes Latin styles such as tango, salsa and flamenco with styles such as rock, reggae and funk.

Mister Pablo's first single, "New York Tango", won the award for Best Video Clip at the International Filmmaker Festival of New York and received 13 Official Selection at film festivals around the world (Madrid, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, etc.).

Pablo Raul appeared with his band twice on the TV channel "New York 1 News", interviewed by Roger Clark, a renowned correspondent for that channel.

The show they will provide this night "Muchachos" is a celebration of Argentina's first year as world champion in the 2022 Soccer World Cup as well as a celebration for the International Day of Tango.

Friday, December 15th, 6:00pm.

R.S.V.P. Required

12 West 56th St New York, NY 10019


The Consulate General of Argentina in New York


"Un cuento chino"

"Chinese Take-away"

Chinese Take-Away (Un cuento chino) is a 2011 Argentine comedy-drama film written and directed by Sebastián Borensztein. The film was the highest grossing non-US film in Argentina in 2011.

A well-ordered hardware store owner in Buenos Aires will see his life turn upside down when he helps a stranded Chinese man who doesn't speak a word of Spanish find his uncle in the bustling city. But can this coexistence bear fruit?

Ricardo Darín is an Argentine actor, screenwriter and film director. Darín is one of the biggest movie stars in Argentina. He played a number of parts in TV series for several years where he became popular as a young leading actor. His most prominent roles as a film actor include Nine Queens (2000), El Hijo de la Novia (2001), Luna de Avellaneda (2004), El Aura (2005) and La Señal (2007), which was also his directorial debut.

He starred in the Academy Award winning film The Secret in Their Eyes (2009). In 2014 he starred in "Relatos Salvajes", the biggest box-office hit in Argentine cinema history. This was his third movie to get nominated for an Academy Award. His performance earned him his third nomination for the Goya Awards, this time for the Best Actor category. In 2022 he was once more nominated for the Oscars with the award winning "Argentina, 1985"


Wednesday, December 20 th, 6:00pm.

12 West 56th St New York, NY 10019

With the Support of The Consulate General

of Argentina in New York




El éxito de comedia de las Chicas de la Culpa llega a vuelve a Estados Unidos para seguir viviendo una fiesta en cada función! Después de su exitosa gira por la peninsula de la Florida en febrero de 2023, Malena Guinzburg y Natalia Carulias, vuelven para seguir haciendo reír a su público en Estados Unidos, ahora en Nueva York, Miami, Chicago y más!

Jueves, 7 de diciembre, 9pm


Peter Jay Sharp Theatre,

2537 Broadway, Symphony Space

New York, New York

The Jewish Museum



Arte! Arte! Arte!

First U.S. Survey Exhibition of Marta Minujín,

A Defining Force of Postwar Latin American Art

New York, NY, June 15, 2023— The Jewish Museum presents the first survey exhibition in the United States of Marta Minujín, a defining force of Latin American art whose trajectory intersected with the major artistic developments of the postwar period while reflecting a singular spirit and vision infused by her sharp intellect, irreverent humor, and performative presence. On view through March 31, 2024, Marta Minujín: Arte! Arte! Arte! reflects the genre-defying arc of the artist’s six-decade career.

This timely exhibition responds to a renewed interest in feminist, Pop, and Latin American art by investigating one of their leading figures. Marta Minujín: Arte! Arte! Arte! includes nearly 100 works drawn from the artist’s archives in Buenos Aires as well as private and institutional collections. Organized to reflect her bold experimentation over six decades, the exhibition charts Minujín’s influential career in Buenos Aires as well as time spent in Paris, New York, and Washington, DC.

November 17, 2023 – March 31, 2024


1109 5th Ave at 92nd St

Hauser & Wirth


Guillermo Kuitca


Born in 1961 in Buenos Aires, where he continues to live and work, Argentine artist Guillermo Kuitca’s distinctive cubistoid style masterfully reconciles abstraction with an illusionist form of figuration. Informed by the worlds of architecture, music, theater and cartography, Kuitca's paintings seek to incite the potential for a theatrical experience. Shifting from gestural mark making to linear precision, and incorporating diverse motifs—spanning fragmented geographical maps and architectural plans—Kuitca’s work mines varied aesthetic styles and histories.The artist’s distinctive visual language was initially developed in his Desenlace series of paintings, exhibited in the Argentinean Pavilion at the 2007 Venice Biennale.

For Guillermo Kuitca’s first solo show in New York with Hauser & Wirth, guest curator Tobias Ostrander, independent curator working in Mexico City and London and former chief curator of the Pérez Art Museum Miami, has selected a group of new paintings that embody the acclaimed Argentine artist’s diverse aesthetic.

The exhibition will present evolutions in Kuitca’s use of maps and floorplans, as well as his continued application of cubistoid structures to visually fragment the surface of his paintings. Additionally, for the first time in his five-decade-long career, Kuitca will present paintings of landscapes—vistas of mountains and seas layered under architectural blueprints—that serve as new tools in his ongoing pursuit to visually articulate interior and psychological spaces that act as sites of both containment and expansive exploration.



Hauser & Wirth - New York 22 St.

542 West 22nd Street New York 10011

Praxis Gallery


Patrick Glascher


Born in Buenos Aires in 1975, Patrick Glascher studies at the Prilidiano Pueyrredón National School of Fine Arts, participates in seminars, workshops and clinics. He lives in Buenos Aires and works in Barracas. His work is part of public and private collections in Argentina and abroad.


501 W 20th Street

New York, NY 10011

USA+1 212 772 9478

Comunidad Argentina


Las escuelas argentinas de Nueva York y de Greenwich anuncian que está abierta la inscripción para el presente ciclo escolar, que comenzó en el mes de septiembre. Ambas escuelas argentinas son independientes y sus programas educativos son complementarios a los programas educativos seguidos por las escuelas del Estado en donde se encuentran.


Sábados de 9:30AM a 1:30PM en escuela de Queens "Leonardo Da Vinci School"

Corona, NY 11368

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Sábados por la mañana en escuela "Greenwich Catholic School"

Riverside, CT 06878

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