Eduardo Chillida was born in San Sebastián. His work can be found in more than 20 museums across the world, and exhibitions have been held in several cities including Berlin, London and New York. He began his life work in Paris, producing sculptures. Yet it would be a few years later, back in Spain, when he would discover the beauty of working with iron. With pieces in more than 20 museums across the world, and countless exhibitions celebrating his work throughout the years, Chillida was a celebrated and prolific artist. Public works were an important part of his artistic career, with more than 40 sculptures standing in different locations around the world. Chillida would garner almost every award in existence for his work until his death in 2002.