- The workshop will take place in Santander between 17th and 28th September.
- The selected artists will work closely with the renowned artist Cristina Iglesias.
Cristina Iglesias has selected 15 artists from 8 different countries to take part in the Visual Arts Workshop that she will lead between 17th and 28th September.
The event, an initiative developed by Fundación Botín since 1994, has brought to Santander, year after year, many international creators to direct the workshop, such as Carsten Höller, Juan Uslé, Gabriel Orozco, Julião Sarmento, Miroslaw Balka, Antoni Muntadas, Jannis Kounellis, Mona Hatoum, Paul Graham, Tacita Dean, Carlos Garaicoa, Julie Mehretu and Joan Jonas.
The 15 selected artists to attend this year’s workshop, who come from Spain, Sweden, Germany, Holland, Morocco, Colombia, the United States and Chile will work closely with Cristina Iglesias who proposes the wokshop ‘From one’s internal landscape, the studio, to the external landscape, the streets, nature’ focused on the work process, beginning with a private reflection in the studio and its various manifestations, through to the materialisation of the project made publicly visible.
The selected artists are: Patricia Sandonis Vicente (Valladolid, 1984), Inés García Gómez (Bilbao, 1983), Emanuel Rohss (Sweden, 1985), Paloma Rodera Martínez (Madrid, 1987), Rubén Martin de Luca (Madrid, 1977), Ani Jasmin Schulze (Germany, 1982), Vesta Maria Kroese (Holland, 1979), Diego Diez (Barcelona, 1994), Yassine Chouati (Morocco, 1988), Javier Rodríguez Lozano (Madrid, 1992), Laura Colmenares Guerra (Colombia, 1978), Grace Lee Lawrence (USA, 1989), Francisco Navarrete Sitja (Chile, 1986), Susan Fedynak (USA, 1986) and Matthew Wilson (USA, 1982).
The workshop, which will be delivered in Spanish and English is a unique opportunity to become acquainted with sculpture in a practical way. The exhibition to be set-up at Centro Botín, CRISTINA IGLESIAS: ENTRƎSPACIOS, will allow them to discover how their installations occupy space by building a place. In addition, architect Maddi Rotaeche will also take part in the workshop, providing her experience and support throughout.