The Museum of Montserrat presents a retrospective look at the work of the sculptor Elisa Arimany. Self-taught, she started her artistic career as a ceramist, and soon incorporated other materials such as stone, iron and handmade paper. She combines small and medium format sculptures with monumental pieces in the public space. In fact, her creations are placed in cities and museums all around the world. Her sculpture is fundamentally abstract and characterized by the constant search for a deep humanism that challenges the great questions of human being, using geometric forms full of symbolism. Arimany combines the rotundness of the stone with the cold of the iron and the delicate texture of the ceramics. This selection shows the resulting mixture of materials and the sensitivity of the artist.
Curator: Francesc Miralles