Stupía, Eduardo

Born in Buenos Aires, where he currently lives and works, in 1951, Eduardo Stupía is a point of reference for Argentinian contemporary art. The artist, who is best known for large-scale drawings, has won the two most representative prizes of Argentinian Art (Gran Premio del Salón Nacional and Gran Premio del Salón Municipal Manuel Belgrano). From 1973 onwards, Stupía has presented his work on the occasion of personal exhibitions in cities such as Buenos Aires, Valencia, Rosario, Sao Paulo, Punta del Este, Montevideo, London and Paris. 2012 saw him take part in the 30th Sao Paulo Biennale. In recent years, he has worked on the audio-visual adaptation of texts such as Gallos y huesos (2012, Centro de Experimentación del Teatro Colón- Buenos Aires); Teatro Martín Fierro (2015, CETC, Teatro Colón); Maizal del gregoriano (CETC, Teatro Colón-Ciclo Antidiáspora, 2016), and El sueño de Úrsula (Centro Cultural Kirchner, 2017).