Cristina Iglesias. Born in San Sebastian in November 1956. She studied Chemical Sciences in her home town (1976-1978) and then after a brief period in Barcelona practising ceramics and drawing, she studied Sculpture at the Chelsea School of Art in London, UK (1980-1982). Was granted a Fullbright scholarship to study at Pratt Institute, 1988. In 1995 she was appointed Professor of Sculpture at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Munich (Germany) and in 1999 she won Spain's National Visual Arts Prize.
Cristina Iglesias lives and works in Madrid. She has represented Spain twice at the Venice Biennale, at the 42nd edition in 1986 and at the 45th edition in 1993 and has had solo exhibitions of her work hosted by Kunsthalle Berne (1991); Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (1993); Guggenheim Bilbao (1997); Museu Serralves, Portugal (2002); Whitechapel Gallery, London (2003); the Ludwig Museum, Cologne (2006); and Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid (2013).
In 2012 she won the Große Kunstpreis Berlin. Iglesias has made several notable large scale works in civic spaces, including Deep Fountain in front of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp and the bronze doors for the extension of the Prado Museum in Madrid.
- Cristina Iglesias, recovering the memory and landscape beneath the Manhattan grid
- Ecology and art. Hondalea by Cristina Iglesias
- Cristina Iglesias is awarded the 2020 Royal Academy Architecture Prize
- Retrospective of the work by Cristina Iglesias
- CRISTINA IGLESIAS vs THOMAS STRUTH, ON REALITY in Ivorypress
- TRES AGUAS by Cristina Iglesias. A Project for Toledo, 2014
- Faena Arts Centre. Cristina Iglesias and Rem Koolhaas
- Cristina Iglesias: Metonimia, at Reina Sofia Museum