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Antony Gormley, British sculptor, born 1950 London. He interprets the human form in various positions and mediums, with the latter including lead, iron, and terracotta. Best known for the 'Angel of the North' (1995) at Gateshead, and 'Field' (1991) consisting of 35,000 terracotta clay figures. Gormley won the Turner Prize in 1994, and was awarded the OBE for services to sculpture in 1998.
Official site of British sculptor Antony Gormley, creator of the 'Angel of the North', 'Field for the British Isles', and 'Quantum Cloud'. Includes photos of all his works.
Journal of Contemporary Art:: Antony Gormley
BBC News: Newsnight Review - Anthony Gormley
Newsnight Review discussed Domain Field and other work by Anthony Gormley at the Baltic in Gateshead. (May 12, 2003)
BBC News: Modern Art: Ask Antony Gormley
As the new Tate Modern opens, we put your questions on modern art to Angel of the North sculptor Antony Gormley. Includes a photo of the artist. (May 14, 2000)
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