The people who are part of Casa Belgrado make possible diverse instances of encounter and exchange of knowledge and experiences. We follow up on creative and research processes of creators and cultural agents; local, national and international, promoting art and culture in their respective places of residence. We seek by the idea of building community. 
Acknowledging our activity subscribed to the periphery of the great centres of contemporary art, we offer a multicultural and diverse viewpoint, placed in a small corner of Balvanera, Buenos Aires, at the Southern Cone of the American continent.


We embrace the intersections and experiences in hybrid formats of research, composition and presentation to carry out an artwork, process or experience blurring the boundaries.

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 Why Belgrado?

We moved from Irala Casa in Irala Street to a new house in Belgrano Avenue, we didn’t know whether to keep the name “Irala” or change it to “Casa Belgrano”; the idea of a cultural space named as an Argentinean hero didn’t have many followers. Then a proposal came up: Belgrado, it was nice that multiple meanings emerged just by changing a letter.

A large house located in Balvanera, a territory that has witnessed diverse struggles and tragedies; a multicultural area marked by immigration and its high commercial activity; a point of arrival and departure, of crossing and exchange. Belgrade in Buenos Aires refers to the capital of Serbia, epicentre of war, destroyed and rebuilt more than 40 times, territory of confluence, where the Sava River meets the Danube.

Belgrade refers to that city and its history. However, it is the idea of encounter and confluence that interests us most, Belgrade is constructed as a space dedicated to creation, research and experimentation, a space where waters of different disciplines, contexts and formats converge. In that encounter things happen and expand, paths diverge and experiences are mixed and continue to flow, like the Danube flows into delta, a rhizomatic branch of affections and creative energies. 

If we imagine ourselves within this cultural ecosystem, perhaps we are a watershed, a natural tapestry of stones, trees and earth, a landscape that changes as the rivers flow, as we dance with the wind, as the roots grow stronger, as we create and create new ways of being in that course, and as each actor modifies our metaphorical landscape, in some way.

Residency programs

Side A

Creation, Support and Exhibition

Side B

Research, experimentation, support and open studio


Residency program for managers and curators


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