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Eduardo Chillida

Eduardo Chillida

(1924-2002) Philosophy, spirituality, and mysticism are elements that are deeply rooted in Chillida’s thinking. The Spanish artist’s sculptural works play with the relation between volumes and spaces, matter and scale, by working with materials such as iron and cement. His starting point was the Ancient Greek sculpture, but his concern for inner form and his need to monumentalise art were always present. In addition to receiving numerous prizes, Chillida staged many exhibitions throughout the world, and his works can be found in the leading art museums and collections in Europe and the United States.

WORKS | Eduardo Chillida