Iñaki Olazabal

Iñaki Olazabal | Sín título

Iñaki Olazabal

Sín título, 2018

Zinc sculpture

45 x 70 x 17 cm

Kur Art Gallery

San Sebastián, España

Programa General A17

about Iñaki Olazabal

Andoain (Guipúzcoa), 1959

Iñaki Olazabal Eceiza began his sculptural training in 1983 in the workshop of Sorabilla directed by Xabier Laka, a sculptor who promoted the pedagogical and sculptural ideology of Oteiza. Olazabal continued his education in Germany at the Kunstakademie school in Düsseldorf between 1991 and 1993, where he acquired a more self-critical position but with the desire to shape the postulate of social sculpture. Far from being interested in a dematerializing tendency, Olazabal reaffirms the emphasis of his pieces for a phenomenological experience of them.

about the artist's works

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