Antony Gormley

Imagine: Antony Gormley – Being Human, BBC: TV review

Alan Yentob's art series Imagine turned the spotlight on Antony Gormley, delving into the artist's personal life and practice. The documentary offered new understanding of the sculptor's work for those who know him only as the creator of The Angel of the North in Gateshead. 

Antony Gormley's world tour continues: this stop, the Alps

hHgh on a hill was a lonely Gormley, layee odl, layee odl, lay-ee-o... As Maria might have trilled had she spotted the solitary, watchful figure, his feet planted firmly in grass and edelweiss, his gaze directed balefully out over the snowy peaks of the Alps. In fact, this Gormley is far from lonely. He's one of 100 identical figures, cropping up across the mountains of Vorarlberg in west Austria, like so many cast-iron von Trapps.

Babel (words), Sadler's Wells, London

Flemish-Moroccan choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui is known for his collaborations. He's recently worked with Akram Khan, with Shaolin Temple monks, with the sculptor Antony Gormley. Gormley is back for Babel (words): Cherkaoui's multi-cultural cast argue in a mix of languages, framed by steel Gormley shapes that suggest towers or cages.

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