Eduardo Chillida Belzunce (San Sebastian, 1924 - 2002). Spanish sculptor, considered one of the most important of the 20th century.
Throughout his more than fifty years of creative career, Chillida explored concepts such as emptiness and volume, light and shadow, limit and infinity. The material from which his works were made was not for him an end in itself, nor were those austere and arcane forms so defining of his work. Beyond matter and form, what Chillida wanted to express through his works was an ethical, mystical and transcendental conception of existence.
"Are there limits to the spirit? Thanks to space, they exist in the physical universe and I can be a sculptor. Nothing would be possible without that rumor of limits and the space that allows them. What kind of space makes limits possible in the world spiritual? "
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