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tango foto courtesy Ruthoffen.com
Tango dancing in the parks

Dear organizers and community

Perseverance in collective work allows us to celebrate a new We obtained the commitment of the Ministry of Culture of the City of Buenos Aires that they will approve the protocols for holding milongas in closed spaces in the week of 13

We celebrate solidarity empathy, the care, collective that made us “pause” on March 11, 2020 and now allows us to return with approved protocols and official authorization. more than ever this horizon of hugs that will bid farewell to the pandemic.


This is such exciting news , look forward to letting you know that TANGO is BACK in Buenos Aires, but with the new protocols, which am sure will include vaccinated people only, wearing a mask while dance.

Published by ruthoffen

As to bio, I was born in New Jersey, and eventually after living in New York, Boston, Boulder, San Francisco, Castlegard, British Columbia and Canada landed most recently on San Juan Island, in Washington state and now am living in Buenos Aires since January 2020... For 35 years, years I have curated a contemporary art gallery, where I refined my skills and became the visual editor that I am now. Always with a camera or some picture capturing device in tow [including much heavy equipment] I began to travel and at the same time was introduced to dancing about 12 years ago. As the phones have improved, I have given up all my gear, including my beloved Fuji, Xt1 Pro for a good phone. Yes some shots are not as good on the phone, but for my love of detail and dancing, it suits me well. The secret of tango is in this moment of improvisation that happens between step and step. It is to make the impossible thing possible: to dance silence. Carlos Gavito La Vida es Tango! Tango es la Vida! Abrazo Grande

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