Antony Gormley

INSTALLATION OF PLACES TO BE, PETERBOROUGH

On the 25th of May 2018, Antony Gormley's first public commission, Places to Be, was re-sited thirty years after the three sculptures were first installed at the Peterborough rowing lake. Placed on the rooftops of Queensgate, Leeds Building Society, and Norwich Building Society, the life-sized lead body cases found their home within the Peterborough City Centre skyline.

PLACES TO BE, 1985

INSTALLATION OF PLACES TO BE, PETERBOROUGH
Lead, plaster, fibreglass and air
190 x 56 x 95 cm (Walking), 191 x 63 x 45 cm (Looking), 185 x 190 x 35 cm (Standing)
Commissioned by the Peterborough Development Corporation
Installation view, Peterborough, England
Photograph by David Lowndes

PLACES TO BE, 1985

INSTALLATION OF PLACES TO BE, PETERBOROUGH
Lead, plaster, fibreglass and air
190 x 56 x 95 cm (Walking), 191 x 63 x 45 cm (Looking), 185 x 190 x 35 cm (Standing)
Commissioned by the Peterborough Development Corporation
Installation view, Peterborough, England
Photograph by David Lowndes

PLACES TO BE, 1985

INSTALLATION OF PLACES TO BE, PETERBOROUGH
Lead, plaster, fibreglass and air
190 x 56 x 95 cm (Walking), 191 x 63 x 45 cm (Looking), 185 x 190 x 35 cm (Standing)
Commissioned by the Peterborough Development Corporation
Installation view, Peterborough, England
Photograph by David Lowndes

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