Carolina Antoniadis and Mora Godoy: Two women inspired by Astor Piazzolla

The Piazzolla100 exhibition can be visited from Wednesday to Sunday from 2 pm to 8 pm, throughout the year. Admission is free, and only with prior reservation that is managed through the CCK website.

At the inauguration of the Piazzolla100 Exhibition of the CCK, two women protagonists of Argentine culture gave us their visions about the inspiration that Astor generated for them: Carolina Antoniadis, one of the artists summoned by the curators of the exhibition: Liliana Piñeyro and Natallia Ucello, created an installation around the work of the 60s by Astor Piazzolla, which shows an Astor in intimate moments in the middle of a work that recreates the climate of the time. While Mora Godoy, one of the figures invited to the inauguration, acknowledges that she “fell in love with tango thanks to Piazzolla”.
The Piazzolla100 exhibition can be visited from Wednesday to Sunday from 2 pm to 8 pm, throughout the year. Admission is free, and only with prior reservation that is managed through the CCK website.

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