You met me at a very strange time in my life

You met me at a very strange time in my life

Canadian Centre for Architecture

Although it has felt like a long time, the tumultuous relationship between the Argentinian currency and the US dollar only took shape over the last fifty years, extending its influence beyond the financial world to flood various aspects of daily life. The 1990s provided a framework for testing a magical solution called “convertibility,” a policy under which politics, the economy, and society came together to revere an inexplicable parity between the dollar and the peso which temporarily seemed to reassure many. Illustration © Manuel Ignacio Nesta.

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