Antony Gormley – GROUND

26 May 2022 00:00 - 25 September 2022 00:00

Antony Gormley is renowned worldwide for his sculptures, installations and public works that explore the relationship between the human body and the space around us. The major retrospective exhibition GROUND brings together work spanning Gormley’s career, from his early lead sculptures from the 1980s to recent large-scale installations.

The British artist approaches the age-old subject of the human body in his own unique, yet universal and philosophical way, building on art history and conceptual sculpture of the 1960s and 1970s. GROUND will be one of the most ambitious exhibitions in the museum’s history, the first to occupy both the museum and the estate of Voorlinden.

Antony Gormley: "Sculpture is no longer a medium of memorial and idealisation but a context in which human being can be examined. Sculpture is no longer representational: it is an instrument of investigation and questioning. I have called this exhibition GROUND to make this open invitation of sculpture clear. Without the viewer there is no show, without the gallery there is no context. The joy of this kind of exhibition is to allow the richness of the context itself to become activated by sculpture."

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Picture: Antony Gormley, LOCK I, 1994, Lead, fibreglass, plaster, steel and air, 92 x 59 x 127 cm, Museum Voorlinden, Wassenaar, Netherlands, Photograph by Stephen White, London, © the artist

Antony Gormley – GROUND
Voorlinden museum & gardens
Buurtweg 90
2244 AG Wassenaar

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