Collection: Cristina Iglesias

Cristina Iglesias Fernández Berridi (San Sebastián, November 8, 1956) is a Spanish installation artist and sculptor. Belonging to a generation of artists who since the 80s has transformed the concept of sculpture in the field of installations, his works reflect an aesthetic vocabulary based on the use of different materials (concrete, alabaster, resin, iron, glass, etc. sometimes combined with plant motifs) and different techniques (bas-relief, tapestry or large-format screen printing, on silk and copper) that reflect the artist's interest in space, architecture, literature and geology.

Winner of the Berliner Kunstpreis in 2012 in the visual arts category, her work can be found in public places around the world (Brazil, Denmark, Spain, the United States, Italy, Mexico, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom) and in highly prestigious museums. in contemporary art such as the MACBA (Barcelona), the Tate Gallery (London), the Reina Sofía Art Center (Madrid), the MoMA and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York), the Fundaçión Serralves (Oporto), the Centro Georges Pompidou (Paris), the Helga de Alvear Museum of Contemporary Art, or the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (Washington), among others.7​8​In 2016, he exhibited his works at the Grenoble Museum for three months.