Eduardo Stupía

Argentinian , 1952 -

Eduardo Stupia’s paintings have emerged out of a continual exploration of the possibilities of drawing. Working almost exclusively in black and white with occasional interventions of color, Stupia draws upon an extensive palette of marks and techniques within a single canvas. His work is further underpinned by an idea of an imaginary landscape, which, as the artist himself states, is a landscape “intended in the language of the organization of structures and space, rather then a genre or theme”.

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