Their mother had operated a successful photographic studio in Colombia; in Buenos Aires, Luisa took up the mantle, establishing Estudio Luisita by cordoning off part of their living room.
Here, Luisa would take portraits of musicians, models, comedians, sex workers, and actors — anyone interested in commissioning a portrait — and Chela would creatively edit the images to align them with the prevailing ideals of beauty and the register of their intended publication.
In a photograph of an unnamed revue from 1972, actress Adriana Parets poses, her arms outstretched, a giant blue and silver-plumed crown poised on top of her head, her body decked out in a gaudy silver thong, open-cup bra and pasties, alongside five equally scantily clad men, their cheeks to the audience.
The excess of color, sex, and glitz in these images dramatize the ’s exhibitionism.
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(Answering one of the above questions is optional.) There are no magic phrases or key words to include in your essay.Please choose one of the essay topics below, limiting your response to about 300 words.(Include your name and date of birth on your essay.) You might want to read our essay writing and application tips first.You do not, for example, have to say you've wanted to attend Marquette since kindergarten.We use the essay to get to know a little more about you.A 1976 series of portraits of Thelma Tixou achieves a similar effect.Nine full-length black-and-white shots of Tixou are placed in a row and numbered. Fine, minute lines of white-out and pencilled-in shading along the curves of her body pull in her waist and narrow her thighs.From the last decades of the 19th century through the television age, it has held Buenos Aires’ theater district within its grasp.Mixing comedy and musicals with strong doses of eroticism and political satire, the genre leaned heavily on the virtuosity of the show girls, or , like Ethel and Gogó Rojo, who sold out shows with their ability to simultaneously sing, dance, act, and charm the audience.This is the one chance you have to be creative in the application process; let your true self come through.— Gogó and Ethel Rojo gaze out toward an invisible audience.