Antony Gormley. Some of the Facts

The work of the contemporary sculptor Antony Gormley, articulates a distinctive and arresting vision. By insisting on the body as a place and using his own as his primary vehicle, Gormley has, over 20 years, focused on the body as a site of transformation. This publication brings together three of his works and includes an essay which places his sculptures in the wider context of British sculpture, and contains references to the anthropological concepts that underpin his work.

Text: Levinson Stephen, Blazwick Iwona et al. cm 22×16; pp. 200; COL and BW; hardcover. Publisher: Tate Gallery Publishing, London, 2001.

ISBN: 9781854373816| 1854373811

ID: AM-6513

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The work of the contemporary sculptor Antony Gormley, articulates a distinctive and arresting vision. By insisting on the body as a place and using his own as his primary vehicle, Gormley has, over 20 years, focused on the body as a site of transformation. This publication brings together three of his works and includes an essay which places his sculptures in the wider context of British sculpture, and contains references to the anthropological concepts that underpin his work.