Aitor Urdangarin Sculptor

Art Criticism Aitor Urdangarin Sculptor

Art Criticism  Aitor Urdangarin Sculptor

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STABILITY AND SCAPE IN AITOR UNDAGARIN´S WORK

                            STABILITY AND SCAPE IN AITOR UNDAGARIN´S WORK           I have sometimes found in the steel shadow of the scultures by Aitor Urdangarin( Vitoria, 1969). The appealing flourish of their Gordian knots, the height of those sinuous lines which play in front of the sea, Cantabrico or Mediterraneo, or amongs the trees o...

THE PRESENCE / ABSCENCE OF URDANGARIN’S SHAPES

      THE PRESENCE / ABSCENCE OF URDANGARIN’S SHAPES     The cold and rainy afternoon linked up the Cantabrian sky and Santander bay casting on the silver sea and clouds without the bustle of the strong northwest wind but beautiful and silent solitude. On the shore, temporarily, there were exceptional witnesses: Aitor Urdangarin sculptures. The curved, tamed shapes that the artist has intertwined with accurate scope intertwined in ways designed to give company to n...

"FLUID STROKES OF STEEL"

Aitor Urdangarin knows well the material he works with. The experience acquired at his brother’s workshop allows him to extract from the metal possibilities that grant personality and a great expressive energy to his works.   From his first works on, in which the steel bars of ten millimetres in section shape the interweaving from which the work begins, it is the drawing of a line in the space that demarcates emptiness and creates volume, in that full / empty dialogue that from Pablo ...

MAKING SOMETHING DIFFERENT

   Making something different, laying the foundations apart from fashions and trends,  rooting the own creation in a personal and unique land... these tasks become impossible to be carried out without a previous deep study in the different artistic environments.    In the case of the sculptural work of Aitor Urdangarín, it is about the product of an intense intellectual and personal journey, through which he went into a deep research by the different ways of...

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