This exhibition in Pamplona is part of the the Museum of Navarre's “All art is contemporary” programme of temporary exhibitions by artists living and working in Navarre.
Celia Eslava explores issues related to the female condition from an autobiographical perspective, focusing on the construction of her own image and identity as a woman. Weaving, ceramics and the essential nature of materials and processes are fundamental to her work.
The exhibition is made up of nine pieces, eight by the artist, plus a 2nd century A.D. sculpture known as the "Torso of Artemis", dating from the Roman occupation of Navarre and part of the Museum’s collection.
Of the works by Celia Eslava, seven have been created expressly for this exhibition, while the eighth, "Herbarium-Shroud", dating from 2018, was acquired by the Museum in 2019.
Tuesday to Saturday: 9.30 to 14.00 and 17.00 to 19.00
Sundays and public holidays: 11.00 to 14.00
Place: Museo de Navarra
ItzalAktiboa - Zitadelaren karrika, 22 - 64220 DONIBANE GARAZI