Antonio Pujía (11 June 1929 – 26 May 2018) was an Italian-born Argentine sculptor. Through his artwork he has always honored women, but he has also denounced the world´s horrors of famine and war. He was born in Polia, Calabria, Italy.
His 1975 exhibit at the San Martín Cultural Center was a particular success, and Pujía added his entire warehouse of works to the initial display. He lived in Spain from 1975 to 1976, working in the renowned Escorial Museum.
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- "Lyra". 15 February 1973 – via Google Books.
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- "Muere el escultor Antonio Pujía". www.lanacion.com.ar. 27 May 2018.