for Buenos Aires

The Tango Singer

Tomás Eloy Martínez
The tango singer Julio Martel roams through the streets and recent history of the Argentine capital. A complex invitation to the labyrinth of Buenos Aires.


Héctor G. Oesterheld
An invasion is taking place in Buenos Aires. The prophetic graphic novel anticipates the military dictatorship of the 1970s, to which the author and his four daughters fell victim.

The prophetic graphic novel - it anticipates the military dictatorship in Argentina - is also an extraordinary read and a powerful appeal to solidarity in the Covid-19 pandemic. As early as 1957-1959, Eternauta said: "Nadie se salva solo". You get the point. Francisco Solano López's drawings lead you through an apocalyptic Buenos Aires that is also in quarantine in March 2020. For the author Héctor Germán Oesterheld, the collective is the only possible hero! 

Lukas Kubina

Lukas Kubina


La muerte y la brújula

Jorge Luis Borges|Spanish edition
In the short story, detective Erik Lönnrot tries to solve a mysterious series of murders that follow a Kabbalistic pattern.

Las Noches de Flores

César Aira|Spanish edition
When a young pizza delivery man is suddenly found dead, the bourgeois district of Flores in Buenos Aires turns into the scene of sinister wheeling and dealing.

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