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IRREVERSIBLE PROJECTS San Miguel De Allende, MEXICO a World Heritage Site and Conde Nast World’s Best City 2013

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IRREVERSIBLE PROJECTS San Miguel De Allende, MEXICO a World Heritage Site and Conde Nast World’s Best City 2013 Collectors tour in collaboration with with Oxenberg Fine Art

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We are offering an Art and Architecture tour to help you get under the skin of SanMiguel and see what this amazing community has to offer. Considered one of the rising stars of the art world, prepare to be wowed by one of the most picturesque and art-filled destinations on the planet.
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  • Cost of trip to include (but not limited to)
  • Five Star Hotel, Hacienda Guadeloupe, including breakfast each day
  • Dinners at fabulous restaurants
  • All lunches at exciting interesting restaurants
  • Museum visits
  • Gallery Visits
  • Artist studio visits
  • Private art collection and architecture visits
  • All transportation while in San Miguel

Not included is air transportation and shuttle to and from airports. There are three choices of airports, Mexico City, Leon/Guanajuato or Queretaro.  Each airport is an easy ride to San Miguel via shuttle or private car.

Contact Us

gallery@oxenbergart.com or call 305 854 7104 to receive a complete itinerary including costs for this exciting trip to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

ARRIVAL DAY 1 WEDS FEB 3, 2016

Members of group arrive during the day Feb 3rd. We all meet at front entrance of host hotel, Hacienda Guadalupe, at 7 PM. Welcome cocktail and guided journey on foot through some of the main streets of San Miguel’s “Jardin Principal” with Estudiantinas (band of students) and donkey with Tequila and wine in the company of the Mojigangas (giant dancing puppets). Dinner at a fabulous restaurant in San Miguel centro (all dinners included)
With its gracious local culture, temperate climate, focus on the arts, lively restaurant scene, and stunning architecture, San Miguel de Allende is an engaging place to visit and live.

San Miguel de Allende , Jardin , Guanajuato , Mexico
San Miguel de Allende , Jardin , Guanajuato , Mexico

Geography
San Miguel de Allende is located in the center of Mexico in Guanajuato Province. The closest airports are Queretaro, Leon, and Mexico City.
Many first-time visitors become repeaters; others go home and pack their bags to return, permanently. Almost twenty percent of people living in San Miguel de Allende are expatriates. Here are ten reasons why:

History
Recently listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, San Miguel de Allende is named after General Ignacio Allende, a prominent figure in Mexico’s War of Independence. The city’s rich history dates back to 1542 when it played an important role as a hub in the silver trade.

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Recently listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, San Miguel de Allende is named after General Ignacio Allende, a prominent figure in Mexico’s War of Independence. The city’s rich history dates back to 1542 when it played an important role as a hub in the silver trade.

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Source:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/irene-s-levine/10-reasons-why-people-fal_b_3721022.html

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IRREVERSIBLE is a multidisciplinary collective for emerging and established artists. IRREVERSIBLE makes buying and collecting art accessible and affordable. Many of our collaborations with artists, galleries and art fairs have succeeded outside of the traditional format, our projects are viewed as one of the most influential exhibitions platform of our era. We have become breeding grounds for cutting edge exhibitions. Our versatility provides a platform for emerging artists giving them the opportunity to showcase their talent, as well as offering more established artists the freedom to play and produce experimental exhibitions.

 NOOR BLAZEKOVIC
Founder/ Publisher
Chief Curator
irreversibleprojects@gmail.com

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