Ines Fernandez de CordovaShop prints
Ines Fernandez de Cordova is a Bolivian-Slovenian artist, who has been living and working in London since 2011. Along with numerous group exhibitions at Jealous Gallery from 2019-2022, other recent exhibitions include solo showcase ‘Hold onto this Echo’, Blue Shop Cottage, London (2020); ‘Holding Space’, Subject Matter Art, London (2021); ‘Metis’, Purslane Art, London (2021); ‘Impression’, International Contemporary Printmaker Exchange Exhibition, Macau, China (2018); ‘First Look’, ROSL Clubhouse, London (2021) and ‘Elevate’, Exhibit London, London (2017).
By creating uncanny scenes with her sculptures, she aims to invite the viewer to analyse their relationships between space and form. Printmaking plays a fundamental role in her practice and through the use of photography the artist has managed to cohesively merge her primary interests in sculpture and printmaking. In using photopolymer plate printing, Fernandez successfully combines the contemporary element of photography, whilst keeping the richness and traditional feel and intensity of colour created by the intaglio technique, which is essential to her work. This process allows her to experiment with chiaroscuro. Screenprinting is also a preferred technique as it allows her to work on different surfaces.