Two years ago today…Kate Simko at Cocoliche in Buenos Aires.
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I miss Buenos Aires. Last night I was having trouble sleeping and ended up trying to remember the name of the main artery that I lived off of. I was sure it started with an R, M, or C. I was wrong. Can you believe people actually buy meat from this place?
UncategorizedMay 27, 2010 Comments Off
This week it was the Argentine Bicentennial. Monday and Tuesday were holidays, and there were festivities all around. I’ve never been big on crowds or parades and didn’t attend anything. But I happened to pass through the crowd Monday evening. .Everyone was just wandering around, confused, looking for…stuff to look at.
Buenos Aires is such a different city at night. I guess all cities are like that. The creatures of the night come out to play.
I took this photo on the night bus back to Buenos Aires. I just really like the colors and the feeling of going home. Even if it’s a home-away-from-home. It’s still home.
These kids are allowed to do anything. Run around barefoot in the dark, play with knives, drink coffee. You know, all the stuff kids like to do. The two-year-old is still in a diaper but he’s allowed to ride in the back of the pickup balancing atop a suitcase. They’re pretty bad-ass.
Long after I’d given up hope of making it to the ranch, I got there. The owner came to get me after catching wind of the communication breakdown. And suddenly, I was having a family dinner at this remote vineyard in Mendoza under the full moon. It was an unexpected turn of events.
Inked | April 2010 Online Ernesto Vasquez could have worked anywhere. And he has made his Buenos Aires studio, Historia de Mi Vida, (Story of My Life, just as international as the city itself. The busy Palermo studio welcomes a roster of revolving artists from around the world, and Vasquez and his two partners spend [...]
If you ever need to know what day it is, you can walk by the police station in Palermo Botanico. Yesterday was also a holiday, Día de la Memoria, honoring the fallen and disappeared of the military coup on March 24, 1976.