Opened in 2008, this art gallery, that refuses to call itself a museum, is part of Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat's private collection and shows one of the most important permanent exhibits of argentine art in town.

The most famous local painters, such as Antonio Berni and Xul Solar, are well represented, especially in the "Landscapes, the City and tradition" section. Apart from that, there are a few important pieces from north american and european artists. The most famous is William Turner's "Juliet and her nurse". Also, the collection owner - one of the wealthiest women in the country, who until recently owned the largest cement factory in Argentina - was portraited by Andy Wahrol, and it can be seen there.

In the upper floor, there's a small but impressive collection of antique, mostly egytpian, artifacts.

The building is an attraction in itself: it was made by a famous uruguayan architect and has a glass and steel ceiling that moves to allow the visitor the best possible light and beautiful views from Puerto Madero's yatch club area.