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Pais vasco san sebastian atardecer construccion vacia spain 2009
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 Al fondo se aprecia la "Construcción Vacía" de Jorge Oteiza premiada en la Bienal de Sao Pao Paulo en el año 1957 e instalada en el Paseo nuevo de San Sebastián en 2002 sustituyendo a la ermita y monumento a las víctimas del Crucero Baleares.


Jorge Oteiza Enbil (Orio, 1908-San Sebastián, 2003) ha sido uno de los escultores más revolucionarios de su tiempo, destacando sus aportaciones en el campo de la escultura, centradas principalmente en la década de 1950. Entre sus obras destacan sus estatuas para el santuario de Aranzazu.  (Fuente: ingeba.euskalnet.net)

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