Consulate General of Argentina
October 4
6pm EDT
Consulate General of Argentina
12 West 56th Street New York, NY 10019

Art Exhibition By Marcelo Toledo - Ancestral Intelligence

Starts on Wednesday, October 4 · 6pm EDT

Consulate General of Argentina
12 West 56th Street New York, NY 10019 United States

Admission is FREE, RSVP is required

MARCELO TOLEDO INAUGURATES ART EXHIBITION IN NEW YORK The Argentine artist returns to the city with his new exhibition Ancestral Intelligenc


Marcelo Toledo is an Argentine sculptor, goldsmith and artist. His sculptures extend the knowledge acquired in goldsmithing. Although they are larger in scale than the usual jewelry, the figures are ethereal and seem to detach themselves from the force of gravity.

Marcelo has made jewelry pieces for several US presidents, such as Bill Clinton, George Bush, Barack Obama, Donald Trump. He also performed works for Queen Elisabeth of England; Queen Maxima of Holland; the kings of Spain Juan Carlos and Sofia and other royal figures. Among the celebrities for whom he has done art works are Madonna; Ricky Martin, Antonio Banderas, Robert de Niro.


In this exhibition titled Ancestral Intelligence, the artist invites us to connect with our original roots through hanging sculptures made with textile techniques, masks chiseled in copper, natural fibers from aboriginal communities and Latin American identity art.

To ensure the best experience for all of our guests and to ensure their safety, we have implemented the following measures at all of our future events:

1.) RSVP to secure your spot at our events. Entrance under confirmed reservation only. Photo ID and RSVP will be required upon arrival. -

2.) One ticket per person. If there are two tickets under the same person, one of them will be deleted.

3.) Dress Code: Smart Casual/Cocktail Attire. Backpacks and large bags are not allowed.

4.) No food or beverages allowed

5.) Pets are not allowed.

7.) Guests must abide by the house rules to participate in the events.

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