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The urban works of Eduardo Chillida, present in numerous cities in the world, figure among the most intense and telling creations of contemporary monumental-scale sculpture.
In most cases - in Spain, in the rest of Europe, and on the other side of the Atlantic - these works bring together architectural, urbanistic, and landspace aspects.
The issue that the Basque sculptor faces is the organization of forms in space, in relation either to the exterior environment in which the work is placed - as in the Wind Comb, permanently battling against the furious waves of the Cantabrian, in the idyllic peace of Gure Aitaren Etxea (House of our Fathers), in Gernika, and in Eulogy to the Horizon, in Gijon- or to interior space, closed and sometimes hermetic, which for the artist has a stimulating, creative value.
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Book Description Konemann, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P113829034008
Book Description Konemann, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M3829034008