Cristina Iglesias

Permanent Collection: Cristina Iglesias at Centro Botín

September 4, 2019

Cristina Iglesias has designed a site-specific piece for the Botín Centre and the Pereda Gardens, consisting of four pools and a pond, entitled Desde lo subterráneo (From the Underground). The sculptural intervention features five structures in grey stone enclosing overlapping iron pieces forming hollow spaces. They evoke the subterranean, the things that exist beneath the surface. Phreatic zones, underground areas saturated with water, pockets of water filled with foliage and molluscs, life speaking of the primordial ocean that gave origin to all forms of life on Earth. Read more...


Permanent Collection: Cristina Iglesias at the Norman Foster Foundation

September 4, 2019

Cristina Iglesias's permanent hanging sculpture is now on view at the Norman Foster Foundation. The sculpture is constructed by several suspended screens that form a shadowed space between the old building and the new pavilion created by Sir Norman Foster. The screens are thread in carbon fiber following an excerpt of the novel “Paradise Fountains” by science fiction author, Sir Arthur C. Clarke, which talks about the ionosphere.

 


Artist Talk: Cristina Iglesias at Madison Square Park Conservancy symposium

June 21, 2019

Cristina Iglesias will participate in Madison Square Park Conservancy annual symposium, "Innovating Public Art," which takes place at SVA Theatre on 333 West 23rd Street. The forum will examine how the commissioning and creation of public art has evolved from being a form for commemoration into a catalyst for conversation, focusing on work that challenges the public and incites debate. Read more...


Artist Talk: Cristina Iglesias at National Gallery of Art

October 26, 2018

Cristina Iglesias will be in conversation with Lynne Cooke, senior curator, special projects in modern art, National Gallery of Art. Read more...