Laura Malosetti Costa

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Laura Malosetti Costa
Born (1956-03-30) 30 March 1956 (age 67)
Montevideo, Uruguay
NationalityArgentine and Uruguayan
Other namesLaura Malosetti-Costa
Alma materUniversity of Buenos Aires
Occupation(s)Academic, curator, writer
Employers
AwardsKonex Award (2006, 2016)

Laura Malosetti Costa (born 30 March 1956) is a Uruguayan-born Argentine social and cultural anthropologist, researcher, art historian, and essayist. She is also a curator of art exhibitions and the author of several books on Latin American art. She was recognized with the Konex Award in 2006 and 2016.[1][2]

Career[edit]

Laura Malosetti Costa was born 30 March 1956 in Montevideo, Uruguay.[1][3] She completed a doctorate at the University of Buenos Aires.[1]

She is a member of the Argentine National Academy of Fine Arts [es]. She works as a researcher at the National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET), and is director of the Institute of Arts of the National University of General San Martín (UNSAM).[4] She is also UNSAM's director of the Master's Degree in History of Argentine and Latin American Art.[5]

Works[edit]

  • Los primeros modernos. Arte y sociedad en Buenos Aires a fines del siglo XIX [The First Moderns. Art and Society in Buenos Aires at the End of the 19th Century] (1st ed.). Fondo de Cultura Económica. 2001. ISBN 978-950-557-425-4.
  • Arte de posguerra [Post-war Art] (1st ed.). Paidós. 2005. ISBN 978-950-12-6551-4. Co-author with Andrea Giunta.
  • Enseñanza de la historia y memoria compartida [Teaching History and Shared Memory] (1st ed.). Paidós. 2005. ISBN 978-950-12-6549-1. Collective work.
  • Fermín Eguía (1st ed.). Cecilia Moguilansky Ediciones. 2005. ISBN 978-987-21269-1-9.
  • Buenos Aires, ciudad y país [Buenos Aires, City and Country] (1st ed.). Asociación de Amigos del Museo Histórico Sarmiento. 2006. ISBN 978-987-97693-1-7. Collective work.
  • Collivadino (1st ed.). El Ateneo. 2006. ISBN 978-950-02-5937-8.
  • Educar la mirada – Políticas y pedagogías de la imagen [Educating the View – Policies and Pedagogies of the Image] (1st ed.). Manantial. 2006. ISBN 978-987-500-099-5. Collective work.
  • Pampa, ciudad y suburbio (1st ed.). Fundación OSDE. 2007. ISBN 978-987-9358-28-3.
  • Revistas ilustradas [Illustrated Journals] (1st ed.). Universidad Nacional de las Artes. 2007. ISBN 978-987-20587-5-3. Co-author with Marcela Gene.
  • Cuadros de viaje - Artistas argentinos en Europa y Estados Unidos 1880–1910 [Travel Paintings – Argentine Artists in Europe and the United States 1880–1910] (1st ed.). Fondo de Cultura Económica. 2008. ISBN 978-950-557-779-8. Compiler.
  • Impresiones porteñas – Imagen y palabra en la historia cultural de Buenos Aires [Impressions of Buenos Aires – Image and Word in the Cultural History of Buenos Aires] (1st ed.). Edhasa. 2009. ISBN 978-987-628-049-5. Compiled in collaboration with Marcela Gene.
  • Torres García – Utopía y tradición (1st ed.). National University of Tres de Febrero. 2011. ISBN 978-987-1172-74-0. Co-author with Gabriel Peluffo Linari.
  • Atrapados por la imagen – Arte y política en la cultura impresa argentina [Caught By the Image – Art and Politics in Argentina's Printed Culture] (1st ed.). Edhasa. 2013. ISBN 978-987-628-214-7. Co-author with Marcela Gene.
  • Doscientos años de pintura argentina [Two Hundred Years of Argentine Painting] (1st ed.). Banco Hipotecario. 2013. ISBN 978-987-29989-1-2.
  • Entresiglos – El impulso cosmopolita en Rosario [Between Centuries – The Cosmopolitan Impulse in Rosario] (1st ed.). Ediciones Castagnino/Macro. 2013. ISBN 978-987-29180-3-3. Co-author with María de la Paz López Carvajal and Pablo Montini.
  • Eduardo Sívori (1st ed.). Aguilar, Altea, Taurus, Alfaguara. 2014. ISBN 978-987-04-3676-8. Co-author with Cristina Rossi.
  • Yo, nosotros, el arte [I, We, Art] (1st ed.). Fundación OSDE. 2014. ISBN 978-987-9358-82-5. Co-author with María Isabel Baldasarre.
  • La seducción fatal – Imaginarios eróticos del siglo XIX [Fatal Seduction – 19th Century Erotic Notions] (1st ed.). Asociación Amigos del Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. 2014. ISBN 978-987-1428-25-0.
  • El Riachuelo de Benito Quinquela Martín [The Stream of Benito Quinquela] (1st ed.). ACUMAR. 2015. ISBN 978-987-46101-0-2. Collective work.
  • Ernesto de la Cárcova (1st ed.). Asociación Amigos del Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. 2016. ISBN 978-987-1428-33-5.
  • Genealogías críticas de la colonialidad en América Latina, África, Oriente [Critical Genealogies of Coloniality in Latin America, Africa, Orient] (1st ed.). CLACSO. 2016. ISBN 978-987-722-157-2. Collective work.
  • Retratos de revolución y guerra – Gil de Castro en el Museo Histórico Nacional de Argentina [Portraits of Revolution and War – Gil de Castro in the National Historical Museum of Argentina] (1st ed.). UNSAMedita. 2017. ISBN 978-987-4027-58-0. Collective work.
  • Los de abajo [Those Below] (1st ed.). UNR Editora. 2018. ISBN 978-987-702-274-2. Collective work.

Awards and recognitions[edit]

  • FIAAR Award from Telefónica for art history research, 1998[6]
  • Honorable Mention of the Latin American Association of Art, 2003[6]
  • Best Book of the Year from the Argentine Association of Art Critics, 2006[6]
  • Konex Award Diploma of Merit for Aesthetics, Theory, and Art History, 2006[1]
  • Curator's Prize for Exhibition, Argentine Association of Art Critics, 2007[6]
  • Juror for the National Production Awards, 2013[7]
  • Konex Jury Award for Humanities, 2016[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Laura Malosetti Costa". Fundacion Konex (in Spanish). 2006. Retrieved 24 July 2021.
  2. ^ "Laura Malosetti Costa". Autores.uy. Retrieved 24 July 2021.
  3. ^ "Laura Malosetti Costa". Autores.uy. Retrieved 24 July 2021.
  4. ^ Segal, Solange (20 February 2018). "Laura Malosetti Costa es la nueva decana del Instituto de Artes" [Laura Malosetti Costa is the New Dean of the Institute of Arts] (in Spanish). National University of General San Martín. Retrieved 4 August 2019.
  5. ^ "22 historiadoras del arte que debería conoce" [22 Art Historians That You Ought to Know] (in Spanish). University of Los Andes. 15 March 2019. Retrieved 4 August 2019.
  6. ^ a b c d "Malosetti Costa, Laura" (in French). Institut national d'histoire de l'art. 23 June 2014. Retrieved 4 August 2019.
  7. ^ "Premios Nacionales Producción" [National Production Awards] (in Spanish). Universidad Nacional de las Artes. 19 November 2013. Retrieved 4 August 2019.

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