Homage to Gilda, Guinzburg, Calabró and Mores
A huge fantastic mural in homage to Gilda, Guinzburg, Calabró and Mores at the Paso Bajo Level of Avenida Nazca displays images on its walls to remember these four illustrious neighbors of Commune 11. The enormous artwork was created in 2018. Gilda, Jorge Guinzburg, Juan Carlos Calabró and Mariano Mores lived in Commune 11. They were popular icons that stood out in different disciplines and the city of Buenos Aires wanted to pay tribute to them with this mural painted on the walls of one of the most important works from the neighborhood: the Paso Bajo Nivel on Nazca Avenue and the San Martín railroad tracks. – City of Buenos Aires
The neighbours could choose between two wall models that include images of those four personalities via an online election. The underpass is in total 565 meters long and 5.10 meters high on the Nazca Avenue line, between Marcos Sastre and Pedro Lozano, under the San Martín train tracks. It is located around the GPS coordinates -34.60235, -58.48908.
Mariano Alberto Martínez, known as Mariano Mores, was an Argentine tango composer, conductor and pianist. He established himself as one of the leading figures in Argentine music and created the modern tango sextet with organ, piano, bandoneon, electric guitar, keyboard, drums and bass. Mariano Mores born on February 18th in 1918 in the Buenos Aires district San Telmo and died on April 13th in 2016 at the age of 98.
Juan Carlos Calabró
Juan Carlos Calabró was a famous Argentine actor and comedian. At the beginning of the 60s he started his radio career in various shows, later with roles in TV productions and series, and he also appeared in 16 great films. Juan Carlos Calabró came in on February 3rd, 1934 Buenos Aires and died on Argentina 5th November 2013 at the age of 79.
The famous Argentine cumbia singer Gilda, actually named Miriam Alejandra Bianchi was born on October 11th 1961 in Buenos Aires. She was very popular in South America and received various gold and platinum records. With the title Fuiste she had a big hit, which could also be heard in Europe. Most of their songs can be assigned to the so-called Cumbia Romántica, an Argentine modification of the Colombian cumbia that was very popular in the 1990s. She died on September 7th in 1996 in a car accident.
Jorge Ariel Guinzburg was an Argentine journalist, theater producer, humorist, television host and radio moderator. Besides scriptwritings for numerous shows, movies, television broadcasts and cinematic projects, he became scriptwriter for Juan Carlos Mareco in 1971 and some time later for the famous Fontana Show. He even created the famous comic series “Diógenes y el Linyera” which got regularly published in the popular newspaper Clarín. Jorge Ariel Guinzburg was born on 3rd of February 1949 in Buenos Aires and died on 12th of March 2008 with an age of 59.
Photographer: ANALÍA PERTUSI aka PERTS JAM
Profile Page: https://vagabundler.com/culturists/analia-pertusi
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