Eduardo Stupía

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ARGENTINA, 1951

Eduardo Stupía composes pieces of intense drawing activity, both in the constructive as well as in the expressive and gestural, which are revealed as heterogeneous bodies constituted by subsystems or segmented elements in profuse graphic engineering. The records coexist in a conciliation zone on one hand, and tension on the other, without any of the two zones prevailing. This sort of accompanied internal disruption is also the result of the productive struggle between heterogeneous materials, such as graphite, pastel, pencil, oil, acrylic, charcoal, factors of a semantic confluence that is proposed as a way of being of language.