Ibero-Amerikanisches InstitutR1 R3 R4 R5 Visitors can enjoy Latin American delicacies and drinks.
Ibero-Amerikanisches InstitutR1 R3 R4 R5 The components of the Ibero American Institute's collection came to us in different ways. The tour gives an insight into the exciting history of these objects with foreign roots.
Ibero-Amerikanisches InstitutR1 R3 R4 R5 The film reflects on the experiences of a new generation of immigrants in Argentina, whose lives revolve around the world of the La Salada market. Director: Juan Martin Hsu, Argentina 2013, 92 mins, Spanish/Korean/Mandarin/Quechua, with English subtitles
Ibero-Amerikanisches InstitutR1 R3 R4 R5 “Bottom-up globalisation” is changing Latin America's cities. On the one hand, it is seen as a danger to the political and social order; on the other it offers a chance to survive and take part in global consumption. The sociologist Prof. Marianne Braig (Freie Universität Berlin) talks about the informal markets of La Salada (Buenos Aires) and Tepito (Mexico City).
Ibero-Amerikanisches InstitutR1 R3 R4 R5 Mimi Hirsch and Nikita Gerdt from the tango school mala junta give an impression of their expertise and invite visitors to join them in a crash course in Argentine tango. No experience necessary.
Ibero-Amerikanisches InstitutR1 R3 R4 R5 Pablo Woizinski (piano), Christian Gerber (bandoneon) and Rodolfo Paccapelo (double bass) accompany Sergio Gobi (vocals), playing popular and less well-known tango.