The Argentinean artist Eduardo Stupia lands in the UK, his art brimming with a symbolism seeking to spark the imagination of the British public.
Stupia’s pictures are being shown in London and his exhibition Reinventing the landscape makes its appearance in London, having already been shown in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Ian Rosenfel, the exhibition’s organiser has remarked that “Stupia is at the height of his career in spite of his work in the seventies being focused on classical figurative representation”.
Stupia is well known for his graphical representations on canvas and paper. The Argentinean experiments with black and white using charcoal, watercolour, pencil and ink.
The British public will now be able to enjoy the imaginary landscapes conceived in the mind of this artist, but Stupia intends for the viewer to reach their own conclusions and thoughts upon seeing his pictures, which are expressed on large canvases.
The artist says he is very happy at being given this chance to show off his work: “it is very difficult for a Latin American artist, let alone an Argentinean, to have their own exhibition in one of the major European capitals, particularly London”.
Eduardo Stupia was born in Buenos Aires in 1951 and attended the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes Manuel Belgrano (Manuel Belgrano National School of Art). His work has been around the world and has been on display in cities such as New York and Madrid.
His career spans forty years, experience which marks him out as an expert in Argentina in the field of drawing and the visual arts.
Stupia’s work can be seen from June 27th, 2013 at the Rosenfeld Porcini Gallery, at 37 Rathbone Street, London W1T 1NZ
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(Translated by Nigel Conibear – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)