Nation Argentina #2
(Culture)
By Bryan Cooper
● The music of Argentina is known mostly
for the Tango, which was developed in
Buenos Aires. Folk, Pop, classical,
Rock, a...
Painters & Sculptors
● ART: German Jesuits were early painters
along with indigenous and also slaves
painted under force. ...
Architecture● There are many architects,but here are a
few plus their style of architecture.
● Juan Buschiazzo; “Beaux-Art...
Film● Argentina produces around 80 new
films per year. The worlds first
animated films were made in AR in
1917 by Quirino ...
Sources
● Wikipedia
● Google images
Sources
● Wikipedia
● Google images
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Nation argentina #2

Argentina Culture
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Nation Argentina #2 (Culture) By Bryan Cooper
  • 2. ● The music of Argentina is known mostly for the Tango, which was developed in Buenos Aires. Folk, Pop, classical, Rock, and many other genres have matured there throughout time. ● The Tango is a style of syncopated ballroom dance music in 2/4 or 4/4 time that originated among the European immigrant populations found also in Cuba and Spain. ● Folk is called “musica folklorica” from the English “folklore”. Developed in different parts of AR. Los Chalchale & Los Fronterizos, both in 1950, they inspired a revival of the genre in AR. There are around 37 different genres recognized. Folk is very popular amongst the immigrant groups. Music of Argentina
  • 3. Painters & Sculptors ● ART: German Jesuits were early painters along with indigenous and also slaves painted under force. Carlos Morel became the first influential painter in the 1830's. ● Prilidiano Pueyrredon (1823-1870) & Candido Lopez(1840-1902) who painted the life of gauchos and the wars of pre modern Argentina. ● SCULPTORS: Erminio Blotta (1892-1976) was a self taught sculptor and an Italian. He studied with sculptor Jose Nardie and Blotta's work included busts mostly made of clay then bronze and marble. Blotta was also a commentator for “La Nacion” and was also a “Massage Therapist”. His sculptors were in Argentina, Spain, and Israel.
  • 4. Architecture● There are many architects,but here are a few plus their style of architecture. ● Juan Buschiazzo; “Beaux-Arts ● Francisco Gianotti; “Art Nouveau” ● Francisco Salamone; “Art Deco” ● Cesar Pelli is probably the most famous world wide, from Argentina, emigrating to the US 1952 & a US citizen in 1964. He designed some of the tallest buildings on earth. The NY Twin Towers, Malaysia's Twin towers, and buildings all over the USA, England, Japan, Argentina, Mexico, Hong Kong, Spain, UAE, Qatar, and Chile. Mr. Pelli served as dean of the School of Architecture at Yale and they also gave him an honorary Doctorate degree. His Firm currently employs around 100 people in New Haven, Connecticut.
  • 5. Film● Argentina produces around 80 new films per year. The worlds first animated films were made in AR in 1917 by Quirino Cristiani. ● AR created major Spanish classic films between the 1930's to the 1950's and many Tango performers became some of the major stars of AR. ● During the “New Wave” of cinema creation in the 1980's, many films achieved world wide recognition. ● A new generation of AR directors has caught the attention of critics world wide. AR composers, Luis E. Bacalav, Gustavo Santaolalla & Eugenio Zanetti have been honored w/ Academy Awards. Lalo Schifrin has received many Grammy's & is best known for the “Mission: Impossible” theme.
  • 6. Sources ● Wikipedia ● Google images
  • 7. Sources ● Wikipedia ● Google images

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