Throughout her career, Cristina Iglesias has sought to connect with places and sites by means of alluringly tactile, powerfully lyrical works.
At the mercy of gales and waves, boats entering the Concha Bay have been guided by the lighthouse of Santa Clara Island since late in the 19th century, and although it figures prominently in the everyday scenery of the people of San Sebastián, it has
The author of the ‘four wells and a pond’ built around the Botín Centre building by the water in Santander, Cristina Iglesias – the winner of Spain’s National Visual Arts Award in 1999 – has been invited by the foundation of the Cantabrian banking in
The Reina Sofía Museum exhibition Metonymy comprises fifty sculptures that present the entire artistic career of Cristina Iglesias.
Promovido por la Fundación Mexicana para la Educación Ambiental (FUNDEA) y con la colaboración de biólogos marinos y conservacionistas de costas, se ha inaugurado, tras cuatro años de trabajo, el proyecto de fusión de arte y naturaleza ‘Estancias Sum
A Madrid exhibition explores forms of collaboration between architects and artists through five examples in European cities.