Artworks

Eva Pina works from the sketch to the last detail of each sculpture.

Has been exposed

2022. Galery Sjohasten

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“Colors of Spain”

Stockholm, Sweden.

January

2021. Galery Riddaren. 

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“Show must go on”

Stockholm, Sweden

December

Ambivalent Sides

Introduction

2021

In this last series, “Ambivalent Sides”, she shows us how she works with abstraction, by means of textures and angles, fragmenting lines through geometrical figures… She plays with light and shadow and the lost of perspective. Her creations evoke emotions, make us reflect, invite us to discover what the piece narrates through our own sensations and memories; they are creations that catch us and move us.

Her creations have a soul of their own, and whisper to us states of the human being that remain forever latent in her sculptures.
The observer will make an incursion into mental reconstruction, enjoying an experience away from realism and the figurative.

Piece I

Black marble from Calatorao, white from Macael and metal

51 x 19 x 26 cm

Piece II

Macael marble and wood

49 x 34 x 25 cm

Piece III

Calatorao black marble and metal

52 x 26 x 26 cm

Piece IV

Portuguese pink marble and metal

35 x 29 x 26 cm

Mysticism as dialogue

Introduction

2018

Project carried out between Jorge Valdivia and Eva Pina

Dedicado ao silêncio-Música que nâo morre

 

“… The dialogue that took place between both, produced a universe of results, the craniums converted into ideas and beauty intervened with materials, color and darkness, meet the paintings as if they were a backdrop. The set is a ritual and a mise-en-scene that is like a parenthesis in which breath is kept. It is the song that eyes and touch produce…”

By: Pablo Rafael de la Madrid, writer, poet, Culture Counsellor, Portugal Mexican Embassy. November, 2018

 

Skull II

Polychrome cedar wood, methacrylate and fabric

21 x 15 x 24 cm

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“If you want me not to forget you,
if you want me to remember you,
play happy sounds, my life
music that does not die “

(La Martiniana – Son indígena, Lila Downs)

Skull IV

White marble from Macael and wayruros

21 x 19 x 23 cm

“Life”

Skull VIII

Polychrome pine wood and fabric ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

19 x 18 x 22 cm

“Dreams and memory”