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Esteban Feune de Colombi

Multi-disciplinary artist moving between poetry, the stage and photography.

Esteban Feune de Colombi (Buenos Aires, 1980) is a poet, actor, photographer and performer. He has published Pasante (self-published, 2000), Lugares que no (Huesos de Jibia, 2010) and No recuerdo (Pánico el Pánico, 2011). He currently writes for the Sunday magazine of the Argentinean newspaper La Nación.

As an actor, he has taken lead roles in the films Por el camino and Vermelho Russo, directed by Charly Braun, and Buenos Aires Conversations, by Pierre-Paul Pulji, and has been part of the cast for two seasons of Entrevistas breves con escritores repulsivos, a stage proposal based on a book by David Foster Wallace and directed by Marc Caellas. With the latter he adapted for theatre El paseo, by Robert Walser, a stand-up play for theatre in which he played lead role in the streets of Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Bogotá, San Pablo, Madrid and Barcelona.

As a photographer, he has presented three individual exhibitions: “Americanizado” (San Pablo, 2011), “F*** Me I’m Famous!” (Buenos Aires, 2012) and “Leídos” (Biblioteca Nacional, Buenos Aires, 2014).

Update: 1 May 2017


Has participated in

Kosmopolis 2017

9th Amplified Literature Fest