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Synopsis: Working towards the melding of her artistic work and the discipline of architecture, Cristina Iglesias has long been preoccupied with exploring notions of space and of a space within a space. The sheer scale of her sculptures invites viewers to walk around and occasionally through her pieces. On a more microscopic level, Iglesias has remained fascinated by details, with data that deliberately distracts or skews the perception of abstract forms. Rich surfaces, such as cast impressions of local and exotic flora, become progressively consuming as the viewer approaches them. This publication is the first mongraph on the artist, and includes a consideration of work done in collaboration with architects Abalos & Herreros and Paul Robbrech.
Edited by Iwona Blazwick.
Essays by Richard Etlin, Michael Newman and Michael Tarantino.
About the Author: Born in 1956 in San Sebastián, Cristina Iglesias has taken part in more than 60 individual and group exhibitions throughout Europe, North America, and Japan since she began to show her work in the early 1980s. Among these are the Venice Biennale; the Kunsthalle, Bern; the Stedelijk Van Abbe-museum, Eindhoven; and the Carnegie International, Pittsburgh. Iglesias currently lives and works in Torrelodones, Madrid.
Title: Cristina Iglesias: Through the Mirror
Publisher: Sala Robayera
Book Condition: As New
Book Description Sala Robayera, Cantabria, 1999. Tapa Dura Con Sobrecubierta. Condition: Nuevo. Dust Jacket Condition: Excelente. Primera edición. Textos de Marga Paz López. Castellano e inglés. 48 páginas. Size: 22 x 22 Cm. Catálogo Exposición. Seller Inventory # 000067