Howe hall ( Aero space): attribute: dynamic_The wire seems to represent the strong sand storm moving around an astronaut in Mars.

Human Body Sculptures by Antony Gormley

Antony Gormley's new work 'Blind Light' in the Hayward Gallery, South Bank, 2007

Antony Gormley: 'I feel terribly misunderstood'

Gormley: Humidifiers create a dense vapour, reducing the visibility inside the eight by 10 metre glass enclosure. The resulting luminous fog makes it disorientating for those inside.

Blind Light, 2007, all images courtesy of the artist and Jay Jopling/White Cube, London, all photos (except Event Horizon): © Stephen White In his first major UK solo exhibition, at the Hayward Gallery, Antony Gormley has colonised the building, literally.

Gormley's Ghosts

Antony Gormley’s Field for the British Isles, comprises 40,000 small terracotta figures ranging from 3-10 inches high. -repinned by http://LinusGallery.com  #art #artists #contemporaryart

Antony Gormley’s Field for the British Isles, comprises small terracotta figures ranging from inches high. Antony won the Turner prize for this piece in 1994

Antony Gormley: Blind Light | Southbank Centre

Antony Gormley: Blind Light An installation for recognizing known shapes/forms, for remembering lovable lovers' gestures, for playing to peekaboo, for knowing where you are.

Antony Gormley - "Ball Works" series. #artwork #sculpture http://www.pinterest.com/TheHitman14/artwork-weirdcool-%2B/

Molecule-Like Clusters Amazingly Form the Human Body

his pieces are devoted at one subject, artist concentrate on this particular theme and redoing it in different ways

his pieces are devoted at one subject, artist concentrate on this particular theme and redoing it in different ways

Drawing from the 'Body' series (2009-11) by British artist Antony Gormley (b 1950). via the artist's site

Drawing from the "Body" series by British artist Antony Gormley via the artist's site. Feathered ink blotches, probably has used turps or water first and dropped ink on after.

Gormley was heavily influenced by his two years spent studying Buddhist meditation in India: "Using the body as an arena is at the heart of my work: looking at the body not as an image, not as an icon to be used for its symbolic or narrative purposes, but the body as an open place of inquiry and exploration that is constantly changing, that has no defined characteristics and we just have to watch, to attend to".

Antony Gormley: Firmament - Press View

Antony Gormley, Firmament, "Art is the means by which we communicate what it feels like to be alive.

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