Meeting point for art, culture and society

The Torre Iberdrola represents the company's commitment to art and culture as it also serves as a public exhibition space.

The building's lobby itself contains some important works: "Natura Imaginis", a huge mural by the painter Jesús María Lazkano that recreates the roots of the Urdaibai nature reserve; "Paisaje nocturno I y II", by the Bilbao artist Darío Urzay; and a sculpture by Cristina Iglesias, in the shape of lattices hanging from the ceiling at the entrance to the auditorium, with a view of the estuary and the Paseo de Abandoibarra.

Likewise, Iberdrola's commitment to society and art is also reflected in initiatives such as Pau de Chuva, an artistic presentation with a very powerful technological and ecological character combining climate data of Brasilia and Bilbao in the form of an illuminated rain shower that envelopes the surface of the building. In charge of this art project took place during the week before the Shareholders Meeting, from 5th to 13th April 2018, is again Eugenio Ampudia. The Spanish artist already succeeded in 2016 in connecting Bilbao with participants from over 15 countries through his artwork Switch On /// Actívalo.

Furthermore, on floor 25 of the Corporate Headquarters exhibitions are often organized. The latest was that was set out to give an approximate idea of the contribution made by the Hispanic Monarchy to the formation of the United States of America.

On previous occasions, the group headquarters has hosted famous exhibitions such as Variations on a Mexican theme, Figurados, Figuraciones, Figurantes The Translucent Skin and Entre chien et loup.

Another example of the Torre Iberdrola's openness to public participation is the photography competition organised around the headquarters.

The video gallery shows interviews with the artists linked to the Torre Iberdrola, and the photo gallery contains the prize-winning photo and the work of the five finalists.