Museo Moderno
Fundación Ama Amoedo
Fundación Ama Amoedo is a non-profit organization with the mission to create a lasting impact on the Latin American contemporary art ecosystem, focused on the Argentine and Uruguayan scenes. Concentrated on extending the recognition and social value of artistic work, Fundación Ama Amoedo promotes diverse perspectives and outlets by offering artists and cultural workers different initiatives to support their practices, such as grants, programs, and artist residencies.

With a strong commitment to deepening understanding of Latin American art, the Foundation actively partners with local and international organizations. Seeking to amplify the social and educational aspect, Fundación Ama Amoedo also supports institutions and exhibitions that encourage a distinct and pluralistic outlook on the field.

Based in Uruguay and founded in 2021, Fundación Ama Amoedo was established to formalize the patronage of Amalia Amoedo, who has been a philanthropist, collector, and arts supporter for over two decades. Located in José Ignacio, the artistic residency FAARA takes place at Casa Neptuna, specially commissioned to the Argentine artist and designer Edgardo Giménez. 
Colección Amalita
The Colección AMALITA was created at the initiative of Mrs. Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat, who, in her interest in art and culture, managed to gather over the years a significant number of works by national and foreign artists.
The building that houses the Colección AMALITA was specially designed by the architecture studio Rafael Viñoly Architects. The exhibition halls, public, private and service areas are distributed over six rectangular floors, overlooking Dock 1 of Puerto Madero.
The Permanent Collection presents to the public works of Argentine art from the 19th century to the present day and a sector with works by international artists, which includes objects from Egyptian and Greek antiquity. The program of temporary exhibitions of Argentine art takes place on the upper floors.
Fundación Proa
With an annual program of temporary exhibitions and the organization of seminars, courses, conferences, and concerts, Fundación Proa has been an essential reference point for the arts in the City of Buenos Aires since its inauguration. Its programming, focused on promoting the major artistic movements of the 20th and 21st centuries, encompasses a variety of contemporary proposals such as photography, video, design, electronic music, and the ongoing implementation of special projects.

As part of its founding mission, Proa develops education and exchange programs with prestigious cultural institutions. The three-story building features four exhibition rooms, a multimedia auditorium, a specialized bookstore, a terrace restaurant, as well as spaces for public engagement and interaction, with a transparent façade that communicates experiences from the interior to the neighborhood.

Fundación Proa actively engages with the community through its education team, integrating the institution's activities with local schools and educational entities. Proa is also responsible for the culture program of Techint Organization (OT) on a global level. With nearly 60,000 employees worldwide, OT is Argentina's most significant industrial group.

Fundación Proa is a private art center with the continuous support of Tenaris - Techint Organization, the global leader in seamless pipe production.
Malba, Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, is internationally recognized as a reference point for Latin American Art and as a beacon of artistic and cultural life in Buenos Aires.
Founded in 2001, it is a non-profit organization that preserves and exhibits one of the most important collections of Latin American art in the world, with more than 700 pieces by the region's leading modern and contemporary artists. It also organizes an annual program of temporary exhibitions of Argentine, Latin American and international art, in collaboration with other regional and global institutions.
Since its foundation, the museum has also functioned as an inclusive and plural space for the production of cultural activities, aimed at broad and diverse audiences. It has two major Film and Literature departments, and strong Education and Publishing programs. It receives an average of 500,000 visitors annually.
ArtHaus is a contemporary art research and production space at the forefront of the revival of Buenos Aires downtown district through art. Its location not only leads to the change that is taking place throughout the area in the context of the post-pandemic, but also places art, specifically contemporary art in all its manifestations, as a strong agent of change.
Founded by Andrés Buhar in 2021, ArtHaus is a space for the visual arts, music, dance, performing and sound arts. It has been conceived as a site for artists, curators, critics and researchers, where the voice of the creators, cultural practitioners, intellectuals and sensory experiences intertwine.
Its annual programme includes concerts, performing arts and exhibitions from the different disciplines hosted, seeking also to stimulate a dynamic interchange among them.
As part of its commitment to contemporary art, this Foundation supports a number of prizes, grants and commissions for creators, in cooperation with national and international institutions.
From its base at ArtHaus Central, located in an emblematic building in the centre of Buenos Aires, its activities reach out to the rest of the country and to international audiences. The venue has an auditorium and extensive exhibition halls.
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