Over 3,000 local visual artists will display their works on Saturday April 12 and Sunday, April 13 at Espacios del Monte, located just outside of Mendoza city in the charming district of Chacras de Coria.
Espacios del Monte is owned by Pablo Lavoisier, famous Mendoza-born muralist and sculptor. He opens his space to the public year-round, but only hosts other visual artists once per year. This month will mark the fifth gathering of visual artists from different artistic styles and backgrounds.
The gallery space itself is unique, set against gardens with native plants and trees. Located just 5 minutes from downtown Chacras de Coria, it is the ideal setting for group shows in which attendees can interact with the artists and their work.
For $50 pesos you can enjoy the show and partake in light appetizers and wine tastings provided by a collection of wineries.
If you can't make the show but would like to visit Espacios del Monte throughout the year, please visit: www.espaciosdelmonte.com.ar for more information.
Chacras de Coria is approximately 20 minutes outside of the city by car. You can take a taxi or use public transportation. You can catch bus #15 and #16 on Av. 25 de Mayo or Rivadavia which will take you from the city directly to central Plaza of Chacras de Coria.
Guests enjoy the beauty of green gardens lined with magnificent trees, a swimming pool, barbeque area and one of six spacious rooms or an apartment.
Robles de Besares, a house turned into a sanctuary for travelers, is a unique Chacras de Coria spot. The owners of Robles de Besares make good customer service a priority.
Established by the decedents of Italian Swiss immigrant, Bautista Gargantini, Clos de Chacras is a boutique winery with a rich history and award winning wines.
Southernmost prides itself on customizing every tour experience by learning a great deal about the traveler and their interests before making arrangements. They are known to include adventure and wine tasting, and whatever else suits the traveler.
This quaint Chacras gallery displays rotating expositions from two to four Mendocinian artists year round. Open daily, it is a lovely way to spend a day in this lovely town between the vineyards and the city.