Art Madrid'24 – María Iglesias
Sculptress. She began her studies in London, Art and Design Foundation (City Lit College), Drawing Portfolio (St. Martins School of Art and Design), and Fashion Drawing design course (London College of Fashion). She studied drawing at the Circulo de Bellas Artes of Madrid and graduated in Fine Arts at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM). Honorary collaborator. Ayllón Scholarship.
She is currently working on a series of sculptures, Natura Pictis, inspired by the idea of how nature draws on different species in order to mimic them in space. In 2023 she participates in the group exhibition El norte en feminino, Entrearte III, at the Palacio Revillagigedo, with the Galería Arancha Oshoro . In 2022 she exhibits a sculptural installation at the Villamonte Editores in Madrid. In 2021 the Bust of Eduardo Llanos that she made for the Cangas de Onís Town hall was inaugurated in Corao. In 2019, she makes an individual exhibition, Mitigonías, Galería Materna y Herencia in Madrid. She has participated in different group exhibitions in Spain, Opening the Windows (2020) in Espacio Nolde, FOV tod@s a una (2018) in the Plaza Trascorrales, Women Artists Today (2018) in the Museo Europeo de Arte Moderno (MEAM), Museum in which she has exhibited on several occasions. she has also collaborated in the making of sculptures in various film and theater projects, the last one for the TV series 30 monedas, by Alex de la Iglesia, in the company Corpórea Escultura. Or for The Artist and the Model by Fernando Trueba, a project directed by the sculptor Tomás Bañuelos. She has collaborated with several artists, such as the sculptor Eduardo Chillida Belzunce, in the Arte Herrador workshop and with the Ícaro Maiterena Taller abierto, that had place at the Complutense Faculty of Madrid (UCM).