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10 Trending Artworks at arteBA 2014

Artsy Editorial
May 20, 2014 2:41PM

In anticipation of the 23rd edition of Buenos Aires art fair arteBA this weekend, we highlight 10 artworks that received the most views from visitors to Artsy’s arteBA preview. Ranging from a collective drawing performance by Ernesto Ballesteros to one of Jorge Miños’s dynamic photographs of staircases, to Leon Ferrari’s recreation of Michelangelo’s Last Judgement, this small selection is representative of the wide range of artworks being shown at the fair.

10. Ernesto Ballesteros, example of collective drawing performance, at Ruth Benzacar Galería de Arte

9. Bruce La Bruce, Untitled, 2013, at La Fresh Gallery

8. Adriana Minoliti, Untitled, 2014, at Galeria Oscar Cruz

7. Sebastián Gordín, Florece en la Adversidad, at Galeria Oscar Cruz

6. José Carlos Martinat, Dame una oportunidad, 2013, at Revolver Galería

5. Jorge Miño, Behind the Invisible, 2014, at Praxis

4. Johanna Bock, Untitled, 2013, at Big Sur Galería

3. Ignacio Parodi, Sin título, 2013, at Rea, One Day Gallery

2. Ana Tiscornia, Corner with Blue Line, 2014, at Nora Fisch

1. Leon Ferrari, Juicio final, 1994, at Ruth Benzacar Galería de Arte

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