Modern Primitives Venice Biennale
PROJECT: Modern Primitives Venice Biennale PHOTO CREDIT: Aranda\Lasch Modern Primitives, 2010 Aranda\Lasch with Island Planning Corporation Supported by Fendi Co-produced with Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary Arizona State University - School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture The Johnson Trading Gallery www.arandalasch.com www.instagram.com/arandalasch
ACE X EVENT HORIZON PHOTO & VIDEO CONTEST : MARCH 26 - AUGUST 15, 2010
Welcome to the Antony Gormley Event Horizon Contest page. We received some amazing entries and notes from enthusiastic New Yorkers, travelers, and adventurers. Thanks to everyone who participated! xo...
About - Beautiful/Decay
I heard about a new public art installation called Event Horizon set to debut in the area around Madison Square Park in New York, so I decided to go check it out for myself, not simply because Event Horizon is one of my all time favorite horror flicks, but because it also sounded like an amazing
Field for the Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1989 by Sir Antony Gormley
The work of Antony Gormley provides us with important insights into some of the most compelling and radical changes that have occurred in modern sculpture and even to major changes in the way we think of representation in art. Artists ...
People - Photos
A woman admires an artwork entitled 'Flare II' by sculptor Antony Gormley which has been installed in St Paul's Cathedral's Geometric Staircase on February 24, 2010 in London, England. The new sculpture will be exhibited in the Cathedral until late 2010. Following on from recent exhibits by Rebecca Horn, Yoko Ono and Martin Firrell, this installation is the latest piece in the St Paul's Cathedral Arts Project.
BRITISH ARTIST ANTONY GORMLEY
BRITISH ARTIST ANTONY GORMLEY INTERVIEW WITH PIERRE TILLET From ANTONY GORMLEY: BETWEEN YOU AND ME, Kunsthal Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 2008 Pierre Tillet: The human being in your sculptures is most often anonymous, even when you call one of your works ANOTHER SINGULARITY. Are you trying to erase individuality in your work? Antony Gormley: I'm not seeking for the generic, the symbolic or the emblematic. I'm trying to renegotiate a connection between the subjective and the collective…