For those who love graphic design and drawing, the Recoleta Cultural Center (1930, Junín St) presents the works of Pablo Temes in “Illustrated Constitution of the Argentinian Nation”. Until February 16th, in the comic room, you can enjoy 15 original works which celebrate the 30 years of Argentinian democracy through representations of our most important legal document. Hostel Colonial brings you all the information of this great exhibition.
Pablo Temes, painter and graphic designer, created some of the most renowned magazine covers of the last years. The 15 works are done with different techniques and illustrate the text of our Constitution. The idea is to tribute a central document for democracy, probably one of the greatest symbols of the human guarantees.
Pablo Temes, the artist, was born in 1955. He began studying architecture and then changed to beauty arts. Along with the beginning of its exhibitions as a painter, he starts a career in graphic design. During the 80s and 90s he was Art Director of some of the most important local magazines as: Mia, Playboy Argentina, Noticias, Luna and newspaper Perfil. He also illustrated the cover of main newspapers as Clarín, La Nación and La Prensa.