Pamplona, ES, 1982
June Crespo's practice is a sensual analysis of contemporary models of representation, commenting on the actual and symbolical dynamics enveloping the female body (visible for example in the incorporation of magazines catering to a female audience in her sculptural sets). Crespo’s interest in the concrete and corporeal conditions of the object/body, as well as in the immaterial contexts where it circulates and shifts, questions contemporary life's composite configuration made out of material and discursive dynamics.
June Crespo, To be two , 2018, concrete, cm.125x22x17
June Crespo, Lilium 21.01.18, 2018, concrete, steel, painting, textile, flowers, cm.100x21x14
June Crespo, To be two, 2018, concrete, pigments, textile, cm.59x52x53
June Crespo, The same heat, 2018, concrete, pigments, steel, flowers, cm.41x47x23
June Crespo, Axes (Amsterdam May.17 Bilbao Nov.18), 2018, trousers, acrylic resin, concrete drills beat, cm.44x28x42,5