Modern art has a strong following in Buenos Aires, and one of its homes is in this former early 20th-century flour mill on the city's riverfront. The industrial architecture, with its towering ceilings, arches and bay windows, sets the tone for the exhibitions. The goal of the center is to bring international works to inspire the local emerging artists, and then provide a space for them to debut their works in painting, printmaking, sculpture, film and installations. If you want to see where Latin American artists are headed, this museum is very much a place to visit.
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