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45 Argentinian Artists Are Painting (and Selling!) Unpaid Bills

'#Pimpmyfactura' is transforming outstanding payments into outstanding artwork.
Myriam Selhi
7.30.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Massive Nazi Artifact Stash Found in Secret Room in Argentina

Authorities believe all 75 pieces may have entered the country with top Third Reich leaders fleeing prosecution after WWII.
River Donaghey
6.20.17
Photography

Stunning Photos Bring the Past and Present Together into Single Frames

Buenos Aires photographer Nate Stein warps time itself in his new photography series, ‘Past y Present.’
Nathaniel Ainley
4.21.17
After Dark

How to Eat and Drink in Buenos Aires, with Elvis Abrahanowicz

The Sydney chef returns to Argentina and tells us what to put in our mouth, from a dish of sweet potato and cheese to endless amounts of Fernet-Branca.
VICE Staff
3.30.17
After Dark

Elvis Abrahanowicz Explores the Underground Dance Scene of Buenos Aires

Our After Dark video series explores nightlife scenes around the world. In this episode, chef Elvis Abrahanowicz immerses himself in Argentina’s electronic Cumbia craze.
VICE Staff
3.29.17
After Dark

Elvis Abrahanowicz Explores the Hidden Restaurants of Buenos Aires

Wherever you go, you'll find locals putting a different spin on nightlife. In our new series, After Dark, we travel the world to explore just that.
VICE Staff
3.15.17
thump news

Kraftwerk’s Buenos Aires Show Canceled Due to Electronic Music Event Ban

Though not technically a “festival,” officials cited the band’s primary use of synthesizers.
Krystal Rodriguez
11.11.16
Features

Why Is Buenos Aires Waging a War on Electronic Music?

Drug deaths at Time Warp have sparked a city-wide ban on dance music events.
Frederick Bernas
5.16.16
Music

[Exclusive Interview] Stream CocoRosie's Newest Album, Heartbreak City

We talked to Sierra Casady—the “Rosie” to her sister Bianca’s “Coco”—about filming a music video in the streets of Buenos Aires and starting a record label.
Sami Emory
9.14.15
News

Can New Laws Stop Men From Harassing Women in Public?

Legislators in Argentina are considering a law that would criminalize catcalls. Can that sort of reform lead to men not being assholes?
Daniel Serrano
6.17.15
News

Why Is Russia Trading Warplanes for Beef?

You don't often see major powers bartering food staples for weapons systems, but the recent move by Vladimir Putin is actually a savvy bit of strategic thinking.
Mark Hay
12.30.14
News

Did Argentina Just Open the Door to Personhood for Apes?

A court in Argentina has ruled that non-human persons can't be kept in cages. Will America follow suit?
Allie Conti
12.29.14
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