Mariana Pineda

Eve Celebrant

1991
78 x 38 x 13 inches
bronze
Museum Purchase, Frederick P. Walkey Fund, Gift of the Stephen and Sybil Stone Foundation, and Gift of Harold Tovish and Judi Rotenberg, 2001.75

(1925-1996)

In her sculptures, Marianna Pineda addresses the universal human themes of creativity, family life, and the various stages of existence. The artist combines an exploration of the female form with her own life experiences as a human and as a woman. More Info...

Tap below to hear Nick Capasso, curator, talk about Pineda's historical significance:

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Tap below to hear Abigail Ross Goodman, Pineda's former gallerist, talk about Pineda's Eve Series:

Tap below to hear Abigail Ross Goodman, Pineda's former gallerist, talk about Pineda's artistic inspiration:

Tap below to hear Abigail Ross Goodman, Pineda's former gallerist, talk about the timelessness of Eve Celebrant:

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