Charly Galuppo (1976) is a visual artist who lives and works in Buenos Aires and who graduated in 2001 as a graphic designer at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA).
A self-taught artist, he has attended workshops run by Ana Maria Mugnani, Carolina Antoniadis, Vivian Galban; Taller Sur and Asociación Estímulo de Bellas Artes. He has also polished his work with the advice and guidance of artists Ananké Asseff, Karina Acosta and curators María Carolina Baulo and Joaquín Barrera.
He has had solo shows at El Mirador Gallery (2019), Borges Cultural Center (2017), Metropolitan Museum of Buenos Aires (2009), University of Belgrano (2007), Pueblo Blanco Cultural Center (2007), Braque Gallery (2006) and UADE (2003).
And participated in group exhibitions at Junin National Visual Arts Exhibition (2017), Province Bank Grand Prize (2017), National Painting Hall (2015), Palacio Duhau (2013), Zurbarán Gallery (2012), Buenos Aires Stock Exchange (2012), San Miguel Palace (2012), Duhau Palace (2012), Rómulo Raggio Foundation Museum (2009) and UADE Photography Price Award (2003).
His work was exhibited at arteBA (2018), Buenos Aires Photo (2010) and Expotrastiendas (2007/2006).
In 2015, he earned an honorable mention from the The National Painting Hall of Buenos Aires, Argentina.