Marlow, Tim
December 1992
Modern Painters;Winter92, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p58
An interview with Spanish Basque sculptor Eduardo Chillida is presented. Chillida, who trained as an architect, believes that architects can learn from sculptor since both have the same roots. Chillida emphasized the importance of the physical qualities of specific materials to him and spoke of a mission underlying his work. For Chillida, who also spoke about his dream of carving a mountain, drawing is a deep process separate from sculpture which prepares the approach of the form and that physical touch is essential when making sculpture.


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