María Teresa Constantin

María Teresa Constantin

Historian and Art Critic, María Teresa Constantin, graduated from the Louvre School, in Paris, France.

She worked at the Library of Contemporary International Documentation (B.D.I.C.) in Nanterre, France; at the Museum of the Two World Wars, Paris, France; at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires, Argentina and the Gerona Art Museum, Spain.

She was part of different research teams for the preparation of exhibitions. She was curator of different exhibitions and has given various conferences.

She published various articles, among others: Alfredo Guttero and the Industrial Landscape; Alfredo Guttero, a protagonist of the 1920s; Political Confrontation as a Blurr of Boundaries between the Public and the Private; El Sarmiento by Auguste Rodin. And, in collaboration with other colleagues, The Arts in Argentina between 1870 and 1920.

Her research, in teams and individuals, focuses on Argentine Art of the 1920s. She collaborated in the Historia de Mujeres Spanish edition by Editorial Taurus and other editorial projects.

María Teresa Constantin has participated in different meetings of art historians. Member of the Argentine Center of Art Researchers (CAIA) and Vice President of the Argentine Association of Art Critics (AACA). Professor at the Adolfo Ibáñez University (UAI), Chile, and the National University of Tres de Febrero (UNTREF). Between 2007 and 2020 she was Art Coordinator of the OSDE Foundation. Since 2021, she has performed the same function at the ArtHaus Foundation. In 2022, she was called to the scientific committee of the National Museum of Fine Arts for the acquisition of works.

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