The route of the sculptures of Vitoria-Gasteiz, an open-air museum. Works to enjoy on a tour of the Ensanche. An art gallery in the middle of the street that seeks to bring culture closer to the citizens, to remember the history of the city and to invite reflection.
This route shows the public or visitors works as significant as the Monument to the Battle of Vitoria (Gabriel Borras, 1917), the sculpture in homage to the fueros by Chillida (1979) or El Caminante (Juan José Eguizabal, 1985), for example.
The works cover all types of periods, from one of the oldest in 1945 El Comercio - La Industria by Joaquín Luccarini to one of the most recent in 2012, La Escultura Vegatal Vitoria-Gasteiz, one of the most renowned. Casto Solano (Iqbal Masih 1995, Reflexión 1994), Pedro Gegúndez (Hombre con Arco Iris 1985) and Agustín Ibarrola (Hombro con Hombro 1992 and La Mirada 1992) are some of the other authors of this route of works. Special mention should be made of the mythical Celedón-Espíritu de Una Ciudad by Ángel Benito Gastañaga (2005) and the 15th century Virgen Blanca.
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