Published September 15, 2002
by Ediciones Poligrafa S.A. .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
A conversation between Cristina Iglesias and Gloria Moure --Cristina Iglesias: between the natural and the artificial / Michael Tarantino --Imprint and rhizome in the work of Cristina Iglesias / Michael Newman --Blind alleys / Anthony Vidler --"Lost in the chaos": on the poetics of becoming / Richard A. Etlin. Series Title: collection. Cristina Iglesias (b , San Sebastian, Spain) belongs to a generation of artists who since the late 80s and early 90s have brought about the expansion . Working towards the melding of her artistic work with architecture, Cristina Iglesias has long been attracted to spaces within spaces. 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, and by data that deliberately distracts or skews the perception . Simultaneously drawing on both Arte Povera and the Baroque, Spanish artist Cristina Iglesias (born ) belongs to a generation of sculptors who have pushed sculpture beyond the model of the discrete object, merging it with its architectural environment. Iglesias' works mimic parts of Pages:
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Simultaneously drawing on both Arte Povera and the Baroque, Spanish artist Cristina Iglesias (born ) belongs to a generation of sculptors who have pushed sculpture beyond the model of the discrete object, merging it with its architectural environment. Iglesias' works mimic parts of buildings--roofs, walls, corners--and deploy bas-relief, tapestry and large-format silkscreen on . Cristina Iglesias Diese Publikation erscheint anlässl. d. Ausstellung Cristina Iglesias im Kunstverein für d. Rheinlande u. Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Juni - Juli by Iglesias, Cristina: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book will survey the broad range of Cristina Iglesias’s work from its beginnings in the mids until the present. In addition to focusing on sculptures made for museum and gallery contexts, it will reference Iglesias’s various and much acclaimed public pieces, and the accompanying video series, the “Guided Tours.”Author: Cristina Iglesias, Lynne Cooke, Margaret Jull Costa, Philip Sutton, Mike Garner. If you need some vacation ~inspo~, please look to twins Victoria and Cristina two starlets, who are daughters of Spanish singer Julio Iglesias and little sisters to Enrique Iglesias.