Throughout Teresa Burgaâs 60-year career, sheâs placed the female body at the center of her Pop-inflected practice. This can be seen in her series of cubes and prisms, for exampleâ works with a strong Pop accent that change depending on audience participation. Art Pop. Structure. So if the works âcame out nice, it was by pure chance,â as Burga affirms. May 29, 2018 - This Pin was discovered by Debbie Rawlings. Teresa Burga Courtesy the artist and Galerie Barbara Thumm After completing her studies at the Catholic University of Peru in Lima, Teresa Burga joined the group Arte Nuevo (1966â8) alongside Luis Arias Vera, Gloria Gómez-Sánchez and Jaime Dávila, among others. May 20, 2015 - Artist page for Teresa Burga - art, artworks, exhibitions your own Pins on Pinterest Teresa Burga Born in Iquitos, Peru, in 1935. Discover (and save!) Photography by Cour © Teresa Burga. Throughout Teresa Burgaâs 60-year career, sheâs placed the female body at the center of her Pop-inflected practice. Teresa Burga, Cubes 1968. Cubes, 1968 âThe EY Exhibition: The World Goes Popâ at Tate Modern, London. She lives and works in Lima, Peru. Teresa Burga Born in Iquitos, Peru, in 1935. Sep 10, 2018 - Pop Arts, Teresa Burga, Poparts, Cubes, Teresa Burga Cubes Pop Arts wallpapers Pop Arts, Teresa Burga, Poparts, Cubes, Teresa Burga Cubes Pop Arts photos, pictures and pics 176533 Saved from anotherimg.dazedgroup.netdna-cdn.com. Teresa Burga, Cubes 1968 Cubes, 1968 "The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop" at Tate Modern, London. Informe. Teresa Burga. Share Her playful, incisive paintings and sculptures have questioned female stereotypes and patriarchal art-world hierarchies. Teresa Burga Informes, Esquemas, Intervalos 17.9.10 (Reports, Diagrams, Intervals 17.9.10) SpanishâEnglish Publisher: Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano, Lima With texts by: Miguel A. López, Emilio Tarazona, Marie France Cathelat, Teresa Burga, and a conversation between Juan Acha, Carlos Rodríguez Saavedra, Mirko Lauer 210 pages Estructura. This comprehensive publication on the Peruvian artist Teresa Burga (b. Iquitos, Peru, 1935) accompanies her retrospective exhibition at the Zurich Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst (May 26âAugust 12, 2018) and provides an overview of her work from the 1960s to the present dayâfrom her landmark installations "Autorretrato. Her playful, incisive paintings and sculptures have questioned female stereotypes and patriarchal art-world hierarchies. 9.6.72" (âSelf-Portrait.