(1955) The multitalented artist experiments with sculpture and engraving and is one of the best-known Spanish visual artists on the international stage. His early works – large sculptures moulded with many different materials, including iron, glass, and resin – played with the ideas of volume, space and tension. He is an artist who has always placed great importance on his literary benchmarks and his own inner world. One of the most important parts of Plensa’s work takes place in the field of sculpture, mainly sculpture in public space. His sculptures can be found in some of the leading countries in the art world, including the United States, Germany, Japan, England, Canada, and France.