#AlwaysWasNear This Wednesday 1/25 from 8:30 p.m., the life and work of Rosario Bléfari will be celebrated at the Konex Cultural City with the screening of documentaries by Nahuel Ugazio, Mariano Di Césare or Fernando Blanco about her figure and her Suárez band; more talks with the directors, shows by Nina Suárez (her daughter) and Anamenor (Ana Cartolano from Las Ligas Menores), and live poetry by Flavia Calise.
#I like art Theatre, painting, fashion, music and poetry make up a mix of brief multidisciplinary performances, combined with wine tasting in between, for the experience High Happeningdirected by Fernando Margonari on Thursday 1/26 at the Cultural San Martín, for four hours continuously.
#AnyoneCanGoogle festival click: the third Lazos festival will bring dramatized readings to Moscú Teatro, with works by playwrights from Argentina (María Marull), Spain (Cristina Clemente), Uruguay (Bruno Contenti) and Peru (Caro Black Tam), on Monday 30 and Tuesday 31 in Juan Ramirez de Velasco 535. assembled click: Las Pastillas del Abuelo added Andrés Ciro Martínez on vocals and harmonica for a new version of the previously unpublished love who cries for youwhich finally made it to platforms. Terracero click: the Artlab platform revalidates the Terraza Electrónica cycle, with settings, free admission and dj sets at the Buenos Aires Museum; 27/1 it’s up to Balam.
#Screen shots The Gaumont Cinema (Av. Rivadavia 1635) will become sinister between this Thursday 1/26 and next Wednesday 1/2 with Horror Nightsa cycle of Argentine films made in recent years with a shit-themed theme and characters like a commissioner who investigates paranormal events in the suburbs, a lodge of cursed magicians or zombies attacking among the reeds.
#MakeItSimple Songs to the point of caramel, courtesy of Dum Chica (virna), of What They Tell Us (PLAYA), by Ibero-Argentine Gonza Maass (I forgot), of Damned (My curse), by Jean Paul Boghossian (Success), from Fiamma (Let’s Dance) and Bochi Busico (Tremble).