Marina Iglesias


Lives and works in Valencia


Marina Iglesias interest around painting and sculpture consists in plastic experimentation itself, as well as in making herself questions to transmit them to the viewers. In this sense, her work is nourished by the non-linear art history that Aby Warburg suggested, a history that relates images regardless of when they were made to bringing them to the present. Questions such as who and how history is written and what collective and personal legacy does it leave us are important in her work. Her pieces acclaim fantasy and also reality, inviting us to question ourselves about how we perceive them. A call to own our perception and be creative about that.


La continencia de Escipión

Oil on linen

100x120 cm.