Sculpture, paintings, writing, even creating new languages, the artist born as Oscar Agostin Alejandro Schultz Solari did it all. Considered to be one of the greatest surrealist artists of Argentina, this obscure museum preserves the best of his work. Established in the home where he lived in his later life, in the 1950s and early 1960s, the gallery displays his works in an intimate venue. The museum itself is a legacy of his artistic view: stairwells lead to dead-ends, galleries are suddenly discovered. Expect the unexpected in this unique venue.
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