He Kirchner Cultural Center reopened its doors on February 1, within the framework of the presentation of ”Hidden corners”a new proposal to discover the secrets kept by the emblematic building where the Central mailwhat includes night tours, guided tours and plays.
In the building located on the street Sarmiento 151in the Buenos aires citythey organize special tours the Friday, Saturday and Sunday in two times, at fifteen and to the 19.
They also returned night toursthe days Wednesdays and Sundaysstarting at 8 p.m. The premise of this schedule is to tour the CCK to the light of the Moon. Furthermore, they continue classic guides that present the building, Wednesday to Sunday too, but at 16 and to the 18. Entry to activities is subject to the order of arrival and the number of places available.
The work of Alejandro Marmo is the great protagonist, who welcomes all those who want to think about love in its different versions, colors, expressions, genres and styles. She is a recycled heart, which shines but carries a history of shadows. Before it was a broken heart that now beats with a creative pulse.
It is a comprehensive proposal that brings together different areas and spaces to take love beyond its romantic idea. In that line, the CCK will offer music, film, theater, dance, visual arts, poetry and themed guided toursof Wednesday to Sunday, Open to the public.
Alejandro Marmocreator of the work, was born February 19, 1971 in the match of February 3rd, Buenos Aires province. In the mid-90s she dedicated herself to making sculptures and performances to install a metaphor of social transformation through art.
His most representative works include the murals of Avoid about him Ministry of Social Action (former MOP) in the Avenue July 9; The Virgin and The Worker Christ in the gardens of the vatican museums; The Hug at Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport, Rome; The Star of Dialoguein the Avenue July 9 San Juan corner, and hundreds of works in public spaces of Argentina, Europe and Asia. Besides, marmo founded the Cultural Center “Art in Factories”.
Other proposals from the Kirchner Cultural Center
Refering to theatrical programminghe CCK It will open its rooms with three works. The first of them is titled ”Love is shit”by the playwright Cecilia MeijideWith the performance of Vanesa Maja. This work tells the story of a woman who is preparing to meet her recent ex-partner. She tries thousands of ways to appear okay so that none of her pain comes to the surface. The functions are the Wednesday 02/14, Saturday 02/17 and Sunday 02/18 at twenty in the Argentina Room.
Then, ”A work for me”of Sebastian Suñéwill be presented Friday 02/23, Saturday 02/24 and the Sunday 02/25. It features the director’s own performance as ”Yo”, who has been invited by a theater festival to write a biodrama. He accepts it, although he knows little about this new genre. Therefore, he decides to start from a painful event in his life that includes “Him”, his only boyfriend. The work oscillates between drama, desire, social criticism, laughter and mourning.
Finally, Fridays 01/03, Saturday 02/03 and Sunday 03/03 at twenty in the Argentina Room will be presented “Scorpio”, a theatrical comedy. With the dramaturgy in charge of Julieta Otero and the performance of Miguel Ferreria and Sofia Gonzalez Gilpresents the story of Marina, an actress as histrionic as she is disappointed.
Furthermore, in the part dedicated to visual artsjams will be made of images processed in real time, generating an immersive experience through 360° sound that invites you to discover new ways of feeling love.
On the side of the musicactivity ”Represent Freestyle” and the jazz They will say presents. He Sunday, March 10 at 5 p.m. in Plaza Seca, there will be an exhibition of creativity and ingenuity through improvised rhyme battles. Without juries or results, you will be able to witness visual and musical stimuli to create freely.
Jazz will be the protagonist in the “Jazz Afternoons”. The Sundays February 18, February 25 and March 3 at 7 p.m. in Plaza Secajazz will reign in its different variants and styles with a semi-acoustic format to say goodbye to the weekend.
The stable casts of this programming are the National Directorate of Stable Casts which presents a special program with outstanding concerts from the National Symphony Orchestrathe Argentine National Music Orchestra “Juan de Dios Filiberto” and the Polyphonic Choiramong others.
There will also be room for milonga the Thursday at 6 p.m. in Plaza Seca, as a “way to spread love.” These are meetings with tango classes, a live orchestra, an exhibition of dancers and a guest musician.
The poetry will be present in “Postal Territory: Writing Jam” the Saturdays at 5pm at the entrance counters. In this activity, the link between reading and writing will be explored within the framework of a sound climate specially created for the occasion.
In addition there will be “Poetic tours” of Thursday to Saturday at 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. in the German Lobby as a meeting point. The proposal is to rehearse writing and reading located in the CCK and build a common language from love letters.
The childhoods They will also be called in the programming of the CCK. “A la ronda!”, micro recitals by Laura Migliorisiwill be presented Saturday 02/17 at 18.30 in the third floor.
Lastly, the cinema will be present both on the esplanade and in the rooms. He Saturday, February 17 at 8 p.m. will be projected “A place in the world”of Adolfo Aristarain and the Saturday, February 24 at 8 p.m. “Wild Stories”the success of Damián Szifrón.
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