Antony Gormley "Horizon field Hamburg" Deichtorhallen 2012 HAMBURG.- HORIZON FIELD HAMBURG, 2012 Steel 355, steel spiral strand cables, stainless steel mesh (safety net), wood floor, screws and PU resin for top surface coating. 206 x 2490 x 4890cm, 60000 Kg Installation view Deichtorhallen Hamburg Photograph by Henning Rogge.

Antony Gormley "Horizon field Hamburg" Deichtorhallen 2012 HAMBURG.- HORIZON FIELD HAMBURG, 2012 Steel 355, steel spiral strand cables, stainless steel mesh (safety net), wood floor, screws and PU resin for top surface coating. 206 x 2490 x 4890cm, 60000 Kg Installation view Deichtorhallen Hamburg Photograph by Henning Rogge.

antony gormley: horizon field hamburg a large suspended platform with mirrorish finish

antony gormley: horizon field hamburg a large suspended platform with mirrorish finish

In Orbit: Suspended more than 25 meters above the piazza of the K21 in Düsseldorf is Tomás Saraceno 's gigantic installation in orbit. Photo: Tanja Siems, September 2015

In Orbit: Suspended more than 25 meters above the piazza of the K21 in Düsseldorf is Tomás Saraceno 's gigantic installation in orbit. Photo: Tanja Siems, September 2015

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Antony Gormley cheerfully admits that he is trying to jolt people, frighten them even, by suddenly turning on blinding and disorientating white lights as visitors daintily make their way through his latest work, unveiled this morning.

In Orbit: Suspended more than 25 meters above the piazza of the K21 in Düsseldorf is Tomás Saraceno 's gigantic installation in orbit. Photo: Tanja Siems, September 2015

In Orbit: Suspended more than 25 meters above the piazza of the K21 in Düsseldorf is Tomás Saraceno 's gigantic installation in orbit. Photo: Tanja Siems, September 2015

Just Burgeff architekten + a3lab - Westend Gate (Marriott Tower) in Frankfurt -- "Tree Structure Canopy"

WestendGate / Just Burgeff architekten + a3lab

Antony Gormley cheerfully admits that he is trying to jolt people, frighten them even, by suddenly turning on blinding and disorientating white lights as visitors daintily make their way through his latest work, unveiled this morning.

Antony Gormley cheerfully admits that he is trying to jolt people, frighten them even, by suddenly turning on blinding and disorientating white lights as visitors daintily make their way through his latest work, unveiled this morning.

Anish Kapoor "Marsyas" London 2002. Exhibited at the Tate Modern's turbine hall. The title of the sculpture, which goes on display this week, refers to Marsyas, the satyr in Greek mythology who was flayed alive by the god Apollo.

Anish Kapoor "Marsyas" London 2002. Exhibited at the Tate Modern's turbine hall. The title of the sculpture, which goes on display this week, refers to Marsyas, the satyr in Greek mythology who was flayed alive by the god Apollo.

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