María Elena Walsh was an Argentine singer-songwriter, musician, writer, composer and poet who left her mark on several generations of Argentines through songs such as Manuelita and La Reina Batata.
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Liska, Mercedes. “Biografías sobre mujeres músicas: tramas de género y sexualidad en los significados de la obra musical de María Elena Walsh.” Descentrada, vol. 2, no. 2, September 2018, www.memoria.fahce.unlp.edu.ar/art_revistas/pr.8901/pr.8901.pdf. Accessed 26 March 2021.
Tacconi, María del Carmen. “El rostro eclipsado de María Elena Walsh.” Alba de América, vol. 31, no. 59, 2011, pp. 93–117.
Julia Karp y Fernando Blasco, Lit&Jazz radio TV. Youtube video Latinoticias Maria Elena Walsh, uploaded 11 April 2021, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VShvVhR8COw. Accessed 5 May 2021.
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Calle 3 de Febrero 547 (ex Caseros street), Villa Sarmiento, Morón (often attributed to Ramos Mejía), Buenos Aires province (residence).
Grete Stern is one of the photographers that represent modern photography in Argentina. Her house in Ramos Mejía was a meeting place for local and foreign artists and intellectuals.
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Victoria Ocampo was one of the most influential intellectuals in Argentina. Her home became a key meeting place for exiles and locals and deeply impacted the artistic milieu.
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Born in Buenos Aires, Horacio Coppola is one of the photographers who represent modern photography in Argentina.
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In 1931, Victoria Ocampo founded Sur, a literary magazine and publishing house aligned with the anti-fascist cause, which was to become a major hub for intellectual exchanges in Buenos Aires.
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