Tagged: María Teresa Constantin

Art historian and critic, Maria Teresa Constantin, is a graduate of the Ecole du Louvre, Paris, France. She worked at the Library of Contemporary International Documentation (BDIC) of Nanterre, France; at the Museum of the two world wars, Paris, France; at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires, Argentina and in the Girona Art Museum, Spain.
She is a member of the Argentine Center of Art Researchers (CAIA) and Vice President of Argentina Association of Art Critics (AACA). She teaches at the University Adolfo Ibáñez (UAI), Chile, and National University of Tres de Febrero (UNTREF). She is currently Coordinator OSDE Art Foundation.

Mujeres Indolentes Alfredo Guttero

Argentine Painting since 1920

Article of the guest columnist, María Teresa Constantín for surdelsur.com 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...

Fiesta de los mocovíes, Detalle, Florián Paucke

Colonial Period Argentine Fine Arts’ History

Article of the guest columnist, María Teresa Constantín for surdelsur.com The feature characterizing works from Colonial Period Argentine Fine Arts’ History is, as Héctor Schenone states, “The predominance of religion… and the functionality attributed to...

Vaso zooantropomorfo. Alfarería Condorhuasi, Catamarca. Disco con cuatro rostros antropomorfos. Bronce, Catamarca.

Pre-Hispanic Period Argentine Fine Arts’ History

Article of the guest columnist, María Teresa Constantín for surdelsur.com In the Pre-Hispanic Period Argentine Fine Arts’ History, the most outstanding are the North-west cultures regarded as the ones which reached the highest degree of development...