Eduardo Stupia will lead a Conference for our Clinic: “Fronteras Suspendidas” (September 2018)

On Saturday, September 29 at 6:00 p.m. there will be a new talk in the framework of the “Fronteras Suspendidas” Clinic 2018, by the artist Eduardo Stupia, who will give the lecture “All inclusive.


The “tourist syndrome in contemporary art ”, in which he will speak about the stimuli, inhibitions and mirages present in the field of contemporary art.


Free admission until the Auditorium’s capacity is full.


– EDUARDO STUPIA Eduardo Stupía (Buenos Aires, 1951) is a plastic artist. He studied at the Manuel Belgrano National School of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires, and since 1984 he has been teaching plastic arts. His first exhibition took place in 1972 at the legendary Lirolay gallery in Buenos Aires, and since then he has exhibited individual works in Argentina and Spain such as Cuttings from inventory (2011), Buenos Aires; Recent Work (2010), Collages (2010), Reflejos (2010), Recent Work (2008) and Stupía (2004). He has participated in group exhibitions in Argentina, the United States, Germany, France and Italy. He has integrated the collections of the main museums in Argentina, the Valencian Institute of Modern Art and MoMA. Among other distinctions, he received the Grand Prize National Salon of Plastic Arts (2007) in Drawing. –


“Fronteras Suspendidas” Clinic 2018


The “Fronteras Suspendidas” Production Clinic for artists is held for seven months, for the third consecutive year.

It is intended for artists who are interested in investigating their personal activities and the link with the boundaries of works. It consists of seven working days with ten people selected from the province of Buenos Aires. At the end of each meeting, a specialist gives an open talk to the general public.

“Fronteras Supendidas” is coordinated by Sebastián Tedesco and Mariano Luna.



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