Yves Bonnefoy: "Une Hélène de Vent ou de Fumée" II (Yves Bonnefoy: One Helene of Wind or of Smoke II), 1990
The balance of dualities
Chillida began working in lithography, etchings, silkscreen and woodcuts in 1950, and printmaking remained an important part of his artistic output from that date onwards. Chillida’s graphic work, like his sculpture, shows a preoccupation with form, space and framing. Absence is as important as presence. The balance of dualities in his work such as black-white, heaviness-lightness and emptinessfullness give Chillida’s work a universal importance.
“The concept of space and its determinedness by formed matter, the relation between emptiness, volume and their mutual limits.”
|Sheet size||66.2 × 51.7 cm|
|Frame size||89.6 × 75.6 × 3.9 cm|
|Certificate||numbered and signed|