It is situated in what used to be a set of silos by the Paraná River.
MACRO was conceived as a Museum that was to exhibit pieces which have helped set the foundations of Contemporary Art, as is the case with five engravings by Antonio Berni─which are part of the “Juanito Laguna” Series─Lucio Fontana’s “Space Concept” and paintings that have won the Rosario Award, such as those by Juan del Prete and Raquel Forner. Additional contributions included works by artists from the Di Tella Institute and Rosario avant-garde movement of the 1960s. Joining these ranks were pieces by Raúl Lozza, Claudio Girola, Enio Iommi, Antonio Seguí, Luis Fernando Benedit, Marta Minujín, Clorindo Testa, among others.
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