20 September 2019 - 27 September 2019

Film screening Eduardo Stupía

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On the occasion of Eduardo Stupía’s participation in Bienalsur, MAXXI will dedicate a focus to the Argentinian artist and his work Odisea. Una fantasía grafica.

By building upon the concepts underlying Bienalsur, the video by Stupía revisits Ulysses’ journey by the use of texts, sound compositions and images.

Stupía combines audio-visual and literary elements and makes a heterogeneous use of materials and iconographies in order to deal with the themes of migration and exile. A series of analogies, metaphors and resonances accompanies the hero’s journey, which is described in a kaleidoscopic fashion thanks to Daniel Samoilovich’s texts, Pablo Ortiz’s music and Julián D’Angiolillo and Daniela Seggiaro’s visual technology and editing.

On Friday 20th September, the artist will meet the public to speak about his work and his participation in Bienalsur – Bienal Internacional de Arte Contemporàneo de América del Sur.

Foto © still from video: Odisea. Una fantasìa gràfica, 2019.

Eduardo Stupía

Nato nel 1951 a Buenos Aires, dove vive e lavora, Eduardo Stupía è una figura di riferimento dell’arte contemporanea argentina. Riconosciuto soprattutto per il disegno su grande scala, l’artista ha ottenuto entrambi i premi più rappresentativi dell’arte argentina (Gran Premio del Salón Nacional e il Gran Premio del Salón Municipal Manuel Belgrano). Full bio