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Last Activities at the Festival Internacional de Diseño in Buenos Aires

Events, free, off the beaten path, Things to Do — By Elizabeth Gleeson on October 30, 2010 at 5:16 pm

The Festival Internacional de Diseño is wrapping up its 10-day run with a full weekend of art, fashion, and design-themed activities brought to Buenos Aires by locals and special international guests, invited from all over the globe to bring their particular touch to the already well-developed local design scene. Check out some of the following shows, exhibitions, lectures, and events that take place today and tomorrow from 11am-8pm.

photo by Zoótropo Argentina

FAAH! Feria Fotográfica Abierta e Independiente – Check out the open-entry photography show Sunday October 31 at 6pm at the EE Carlos Gardel at Olleros 3640

Litfasssäule – Industrial design by Berlin group DMY will be on display until the festival closes at 8pm Sunday

Programa Incuba – Check out the shop window installations by this group of select artists and designers at the festival’s headquarters in Barracas, at the Centro Metropolitano de Diseño located at Algarrobo 1041

photo by Zoótropo Argentina

Telas del Futuro – Chilean designer Juana Díaz experiments with textiles and how fabric relates to the body and our environments

Mexico en Plata – The best of Mexican silverwork by industrial designers

Grupo Palermo Viejo Circuito de Diseño – Streets in fashionable Palermo Soho will be closed to traffic and opened up to festival-goers who will weave in and out of shops, cafés, galleries, and bars in the jam-packed shopping district. This has been moved to Friday November 5 at 5pm

2H festival 10 – Note that this outdoor fiesta, taking place in Parque Saavedra with DJ and VJ sets, has been moved to Friday November 5 at 7pm

photo by Festival Internacional de Diseño

Tags: Argentina, art, art fair, Barracas, Buenos Aires, CMD, design, fashion, festival, Festival Internacional de Diseño, industrial design, international, Things to Do

    1 Comment

  • Joe Barret says:

    This is the perfect opportunity to know all about design in the beautiful city of Buenos Aires, I went last year to this amazing show and it was something unique. There is an artistic atmosphere around the city that brings joy to all the people. I have the chance to meet some of the artist who exhibited their works, and they told me how important it was to exhibit at this event.

    I finished my week with a beautiful tango show that an Argentine friend recommended me. It was an outstanding Tango Dinner Show at Esquina Carlos Gardel that I book trough bsas4u and that allowed me to know more about Buenos Aires culture and traditions.

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