Antony Gormley - Catalogue raisonné - steidlMACK 2007
Over the past 30 years, the sculptor Antony Gormley has created some of the most memorable and controversial public art installations through the world. His work has focused on the human figure and each piece is either cast directly from his own body or one of his volunteer models. If he is best known for large-scale landscape interventions, Gormley has also created many collaborative works in major public museum sites. This catalogue raisonné is the definitive guide to Gormley's career. An extensive, large-format publication, it is the first major retrospective of his most significant works. Each chapter considers one of 25 projects in a comprehensive visual essay and a text written by the artist, explaining the genesis, creation, and installation of the work.
Edited by Michael Mack / Essay by Richard Noble
steidlMACK - 2007
559p - EN - 25.5x30.4cm - hardcover - first edition