After France, Holiday magazine is devoting its pages to Argentina. While Karim Sadli, Inez and Vinoodh, Jamie Hawkesworth and Jack Davison offer pictorial studies on the austral theme, Derek Henderson retraces the British travel writer Bruce Chatwin's legendary 1970s Patagonian trek, and Bruce Weber assembles a photographic declaration of love to the land of Borges. It's a myth that is also recounted a few pages later by Nelly Kaprielian as well as the great man's own widow, Maria Kodama. Meanwhile, the writer David Fauquemberg gets on horseback to follow in the footsteps of the Argentine folk icon Atahualpa Yupanqui; François Simon dines in the country's finest restaurants and meets up with the chef Francis Mallman; Michael Rips fantasizes about his future interment in Recoleta; Bertrand Burgalat sketches musical impressions of Buenos Aires; Philippe Trétiack weighs in on architecture; and Arthur Dreyfus sits down for the long interview with the Academy Award-winning director Michel Hazanavicius.
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