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Molecule-Like Clusters Amazingly Form the Human Body

For more than forty years, British artist Antony Gormley has impressed us with thought-provoking installations about our own existence as human forms and

ANTONY GORMLEY FIELD FOR THE BRITISH ISLES 1993

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Anthony Gormley - 'Edge II', 2000  Cast iron, 38 x 54 x 193 cm  Installation view, TUSCIAELECTA: Arte Contemporanea Nel Chianti, San Casciano Water Tower, Italy, 2002/2003 Photograph by Rabatti  Domingie

Antony Gormley

Website of British sculptor Antony Gormley, creator of the Angel of the North, Field for the British Isles, and Quantum Cloud.

Metal medium - Anthony Gormley

Antony Gormley

Website of British sculptor Antony Gormley, creator of the Angel of the North, Field for the British Isles, and Quantum Cloud.

Another place (Antony Gormley installation)

Another place (Antony Gormley installation)

Anthony Gormley Statue, Coniston, the Lake District, Cumbria

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Anthony Gormley 'Field for the British Isles'

Week in pictures 27/4/12

A falling bear, a daring tightrope walk and a sensational stop-motion waterdrop image make this week's retrospective.

Anthony Gormley figure at Crosby Beach - seen them a few times, always love it.

Anthony Gormley figure at Crosby Beach - seen them a few times, always love it.

Anthony Gormley's - Another Place

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Field by Anthony Gormley

#02 AEP SoVA Cafe: Antony Gormley

This was supposed to be up months ago~ I’ve been lazy with the blog. And it was up on manda’s and Charlotte’s anyway. ohwells, photos soon of the finished product (: Most of Anton…

Another Place- Anthony Gormley sculptures

Iconic images of northern England

A report out this week suggests northerners should abandon their cities and move down south. But what would England be without the north?