Eduardo Stupía

Eduardo Stupía was born in Vicente López, Buenos Aires, in 1951. He is a plastic artist and has exhibited locally and internationally in group and solo exhibitions since 1973. He studied at the Manuel Belgrano School of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires, and since 1984 has been a qualified teacher of plastic arts. He has served as a judge in several local and national awards. Among other honors, he received the top prize at the National Hall of Plastic Arts (2007) in Drawing.

With the Jorge Mara-La Ruche and Van Riel galleries he has participated in the arteBa fair (2004-2014, Buenos Aires), Pinta Art Fair (2008, New York), ABMB (2011- 2014), Art Basel fairs Hong Kong (2013- 2014) and ARCO (2009-2014 Madrid).

His work includes, amongst other private collections, that of the Museum of Latin American Art in Buenos Aires (Malba), the National Museum of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires (MNBA), Museum of Contemporary Art in Rosario (MACRO), Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires (MAMBA), Caraffa Museum, Córdoba; Eduardo Sivori Museum, Buenos Aires; Circle of Fine Arts, Madrid; Museum of Modern Art in New York(MOMA) and the Valencian Institute of Modern Art (IVAM), Valencia.

He has exhibited locally and internationally in group and solo exhibitions since 1973. Among others: at the Jorge Mara La Ruche Gallery, Buenos Aires; Ruth Benzacar, Buenos Aires; del Infinito Gallery, Buenos Aires; Buenos Aires; Dan Gallery, Sao Paulo; Xippas Contemporary Art, Punta del Este and Paris.

He has participated in fairs like arteBa, Buenos Aires; Pinta Art Fair, New York; (2008, Art Basel Miami Beach, Art Basel Hong Kong, ARCO, Madrid.