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Eduardo Chillida

Pierre Volboudt

Eduardo Chillida

by Pierre Volboudt

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Published by Thames and Hudson in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranslated by Vivienne Menkes..
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21160272M

OCLC Number: Notes: American ed. has title: Chillida. Description: xvii, [8] pages, 41 plates illustrations, portrait 21 x 24 cm. Series Title. Throughout his career, Eduardo Chillida never stopped questioning everything relevant to his commitment to art. Without intending to create a deliberation parallel to his work, he used writing as a way to keep his thoughts, using notebooks, fragments of paper, and margins of drawings. He did so intermittently, without a pre-established order.

Get this from a library! Eduardo Chillida: catálogo completo de la obra gráfica = catalogue raisonné of the original prints. [Eduardo Chillida; Martin van der Koelen]. "Chillida" is a collection of design rugs produced by Nani Marquina and designed by Eduardo Chillida. Eduardo Chillida (No further information available) SEED CAPSULES: keeping place for images + ideas for visual artist sophie munns ⠀ I love interesting shapes - there’s something about them that makes me want to get closer.

Eduardo Chillida (Donostia/San Sebastián, Spain, – ) exhibited his early work in in the Salon de Mai at the Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris. Since then, his work has been the subject of more than solo exhibitions in international museums, including major retrospectives at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (), the. Eduardo Chillida is one of the most celebrated Basque artists. Known for his large-scale sculptures, his work can be seen on display in museums, parks and public squares throughout the world. Born in in San Sebastián, he spent time in both Madrid and Paris, and often dedicated his pieces to public figures or commemorative events.


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Famed Basque sculptor and draftsman Eduardo Chillida (–) produced the drawings gathered in this Artist's Portfolio throughout the duration of his career, from the late s onwards. The works are executed in pencil and India ink, and vary from linear abstraction to elegant figurative renderings of female nudes.

Text in Spanish only. Eduardo Chillida (–) is among the sculptors who have contributed most decisively to the vocabulary of abstract sculpture, and to its material innovations, in twentieth-century European art — although he himself envisaged abstraction as simply a truer “realism,” as an undistorted account of material properties.

Along with clay, stone and concrete, Chillida particularly favored. De Musica: A Corten Steel Sculpture by Eduardo Chillida [for] The Morton H.

Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, Texas and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Eduardo Chillida is more well known in Europe than America and this book beautifully illustrates why. His work, monumental and spatially complex, pays homage to all things sublime.

The volume presents fine selections from his sculpture in diverse media. Chillida's graphic and collage work is also well presented. I am most pleased.5/5(2). The writings of Eduardo Chillida (–), the entirety of which are collected in this volume, represent a revealing series of reflections on art and culture by the deeply influential Spanish sculptor, originally intended either for his private use or as public lectures.

Gallery publication featuring Eduardo Chillida, a Spanish Basque sculptor notable for his monumental abstract works. x 12 inches, text is in German. Light edgewear. Seller Inventory #. Eduardo Chillida was a Spanish artist known for his colossal public installations.

View Eduardo Chillida’s 3, artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available prints and multiples, works on paper, and sculpture for sale and learn about the ality: Spanish.

The outer box was done by Paul de Bock. Each book contains a Certificate of Authenticity which has been signed and numbered by Pilar Belzunce de Chillida, Chairwoman of the Museo Chillida-Leku.

Exhibitions Beyond Measure, Kettle’s Yard Museum, Cambridge, UK, 05/04 – 01/06/ Eduardo Chillida, Henry Moore Foundation, Hertfordshire, UK, Praemium Imperiale Sculpture Eduardo Chillida-Eduardo Chillida was goalkeeper for Real Sociedad in the early s; there is a relationship between that and sculpture, he says: ‘You must have a very good connection, in both professions, with time and with space.’ His sculptural work is massive and monumental; Chillida is a manipulator of space, and through that of the.

De Musica: A corten steel sculpture by Chillida, Eduardo and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at () 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.

Eduardo Chillida, Hauser & Wirth New York, 69th Street About the Artist With a varied and pioneering practice that spans small-scale sculpture, plaster work, drawing, engraving and collage, Spanish artist Eduardo Chillida is best known for his prominent monumental public sculptures, mostly displayed in Spain, Germany, France and the USA.

Eduardo Chillida book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Eduardo Chillida () is among the sculptors who have contributed /5. Among Chillida’s late series of portfolios, the exhibition showcases Hommage à Johann Sebastian Bach () and Aromas (), an artist book comprising woodcuts, etchings, and screenprints, together with texts by Chillida and his close circle of philosophers, poets and intellectuals who deeply influenced his work.

Eduardo Chillida: the architect of emptiness / Markus Müller --Eduardo Chillida in Germany / Nausica Sanchez ; with an epilogue by Ignacio Chillida --Eduardo Chillida and Juan de la Cruz: loss of certainties and doubt in the pain of permanent birth / Friedhelm Mennekes --Biography.

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Eduardo Chillida – Monumento, – image via wikimedia From Football Player To An Artist. Eduardo Chillida was born inin San Sebastián. He was raised in an influential family, with his father being a major and mother a ality: Spain. Eduardo Chillida (Spanish, –) is regarded one of the most important Spanish sculptors of the 20th century.

Chillida first became famous for his monumental abstract steel works, many of which are now public sculptures. These works include the series El peine del viento (The comb of the wind), installed in front of the UNESCO office in Paris inand at the bay in the. One of Spain’s most celebrated sculptors, Eduardo Chillida achieved international recognition with works exhibited at the Venice Biennale in Chillida forged monumental abstract forms in iron and granite, often for public spaces, as well as producing a body of etchings, lithographs, and woodcuts.

His sculptures are distinguished by their Nationality: Spanish.“Memory, Mind, Matter: The Sculpture of Eduardo Chillida” is The Dalí’s first show dedicated to sculpture since the opening of its new building in and will present more than 60 Chillida works including 16 sculptures, a large-scale wall mural, numerous drawings and ‘gravitations,’ the artist’s unique approach to paper collage.Eduardo Chillida: XLIV Esposizione internazionale d'arte, La Biennale di Venezia Jan by Eduardo Chillida Paperback.