Following a pre-opening event for special guests including Argentinian celebrities, media and more, the free exhibit was open to the public. Features included a spectacular mapping show highlighting the bottle’s rich history, plus works by renowned international artists inspired by the iconic
Local urban and plastic artists, such as Juan Abba, Diego Roa, Manuel Ameztoy and Fernanda Cohen created murals and giant
Visitors also contemporary urban dance performances and live DJs sets by Utopians, Zerokill, among other recognized musical artists.
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