Estefanía Martín Sáenz
Estefanía Martín Sáenz (Bilbao, 1982). Estefanía Martín Sáenz's work is characterized by her exploration of the relationship between space, light and matter. Using superposition and transparency techniques in her paintings, she creates light effects that suggest three-dimensional and changing spaces. In his sculptures and installations, he uses materials such as glass, steel and concrete to create objects that play with light and reflection.
One of the recurring themes in Estefanía Martín Sáenz's work is the ephemeral nature of reality and human perception. With elements such as shadow, light and color, she explores how our perception of reality can be deceptive and subjective.
After her passage through the Just LX Lisboa edition, Estefania was awarded the I Acquisition Prize of Emerging Art Fundação Millennium bcp for her triptych Mala hierba and the II Painting and Plastic Arts Prize "La Rural" for her work La mala hierba también muere. In 2016 he won the Acquisition Award from the Martínez Guerricabeitia Foundation with the work Los cuervos que adoraban a la mujer, in which he invented the story of the Celtic goddess Morrigan and the crows, and in 2015 he received the DKV-MAKMA Drawing Award for his work Las Ausentes exhibited at Centre del Carme in Valencia. In 2018 he showed his project in the XV Edition of the Conexiones program at the ABC Museum, with the solo exhibition Luto y lujo; and this year he presented his Mascaras at Centro de Arte Alcobendas, Madrid.
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