The Country, its People and Culture

Mapa del Domino Amazónico

Amazonian Domain of Argentina

The Amazonian Domain widely spread in South America, it has been divided into nine provinces. In Argentina it is marginally represented only in the North-west, along the pre-cordilleran mountains (corresponding to the Yunga Province) and in the North-east, covering Misiones and the North-east of Corrientes (corresponding to the Paranaense Province). See all reports about Biogeography … Leer más

Juan Manuel Fangio

History of Argentine Sport

If history of Argentine sport were a summation of dates and synoptic charts, we could search for the datum indicating the day when, for the first time in these lands so far away from the “civilized” centers, a competition was held for something more serious and less tragic than a military battle. Fortunately, once again … Leer más

Tango argentino: Bailando Tango en el Palais de Glace

History of Tango Argentino

Origin of Argentine Tango Undoubtedly, Tango Argentino holds a privileged position in the representation of the Argentine abroad. While, basically, it is known as a dance and a music which can be sung, tango also contains a particular language – lunfardo -, certain usages and customs, and even a characteristic philosophy identifying tango people. At … Leer más

Argentine Theater since 1910: Scene with Ernesto Bianco

Argentine Theater since 1910

The Argentine Theater from 1910 onwards, continues the path taken since the late eighteenth century. A theater with authors and criollos interpreters, that tells about the lives of Argentines with different styles: the sainete Criollo, the gaucho style, the usual comedy and the major trends of the theater were expressed, in its own language. To … Leer más

Argentine Theater History (1783-1910) Coliseo Theater

Argentine Theater History (1783-1910)

In the Argentine theater history, different periods are described: Creating the first theatre,  La Ranchería Theatre; El Coliseo Provisional; period, theater in times of Rosas; the theater of 1860-1880 and the Generation of ’80  covering the period of 1880-1910. To learn more about the history of theater from 1910 on, we suggest to see The Argentine theater since … Leer más

Argentine Painting since 1920: Pheasant with fruits. Detail. Alfredo Guttero

Argentine Painting since 1920

Historiography of Argentine art coincides in naming Argentine Painting since 1920, as the period when the modernization of the Argentine pictorial language took place. Several events support this view: Emilio Pettoruti, the Paris Group and Alfredo Guttero returned from Paris. Xul Solar, the Artists of the People, the Boca Group and other individualities were active … Leer más

Argentine Painting from 1810 to 1920: La Porteña in the Temple. Detail. Raimundo Monvoisin painting

Argentine Painting from 1810 to 1920

The Argentine Painting from Independence to the 1920 is the period that initiates with the May Revolution.As from May Revolution -and under the influence of lines of thinking derived from French Revolution-, religious subjects, as mentioned for the colonial period, were less present; this time, pictorial activity mainly developed around portraits and scenes of customs. Argentine … Leer más