Cristina Córdova: Involuntary Dialogs in Ceramics Monthly

For centuries, both painting and sculpture were synonymous with the representation of figures; the earliest images we know are figurative. The foundation of Cristina Córdova’s work lies squarely within this global tradition.

Cristina Córdova: Involuntary Dialogs

Cristina Córdova, “De mi isla salvaje (from my wild island)” detail with Cordova, 2015, ceramic, resin, pigments, tiles 93 x 70″, figure 53 x 25 x 17″.

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Ceramics Monthly, Feb 2016
by Kathleen Whitney

“For centuries, both painting and sculpture were synonymous with the representation of figures; the earliest images we know are figurative. The foundation of Cristina Córdova’s work lies squarely within this global tradition.”

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