End of the World Biennial

Focus on climatic change.

At the 2nd End of the World Biennial, which is now on in Ushuaia in the Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego, installations and other works that artists from different parts of the world have dedicated to the problem of climatic change will be on view until May 24.
As was the case during the first edition in 2007, the works are shown in different buildings and locations around the provincial capital. This year, visitors are seeing them in the hangar of the formal naval airport, the old power house, the Maritime Museum in the old prison building, the Packewala cinema and Yatana Park. There are also various installations in public spaces.
These locations are open from 3pm to 8pm Tuesday to Friday and 11am to 8pm Saturday and Sunday. All the exhibitions are free, but you have to pay to go into the Maritime Museum and Yatana Park.
For more information on the Biennial, and the schedules of the guided tours in the museum, power house and hangar, visit http://www.bienalfindelmundo.org/ and http://www.tierradelfuego.org.ar/.