Spanish sculptor Eduardo Chillida’s work reflects his interest in space and organic form. Known for his monumental abstract works, he created massive pieces for public spaces, in places like Barcelona, Paris and Dallas. He also crafted smaller pieces, like delicate collages.
More than 60 of Chillida’s works are now on display at St. Petersburg’s Dalí Museum. The exhibit “Memory, Mind, Matter: The Sculpture of Eduardo Chillida” includes sculptures, a mural, drawings and paper collages he called ‘gravitations.’
The exhibit is the museum’s first dedicated to sculpture since its new building opened in 2011, and is on display through Sept. 24.