Antony Gormley

2002

  • Helen Musa, 'Stick figures stand out starkly in a bare, salty landscape', Panorama, The Canberra Times, 28 December 2002

  • Alan Buckley-Carr, 'Body-based sculptures have thin old time', The West Australian, Perth, Australia, 20 December 2002

  • Alan Buckley-Carr, 'Artist sees beauty in forgotten landscape: Arts festival first for Fields', Kalgoorlie Miner, Australia, 20 December 2002

  • Jim Healey, 'Fielding questions', What's on in London, London, England, 18 December 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'Way out there…', The Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney, Australia, 16 December 2002

  • Suzanne Brown, 'Arts/ Perth Festival', Qantas, The Australian Way, Australia, December 2002

  • Patrick Pittman, 'Inside Australia', Scoop, Australia, December 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'Antony Gormley: Drawing, Introduction by Anna Moszynska', Modern Painters, England, December 2002

  • Keith Patrick, 'Antony Gormley: Drawing, Introduction by Anna Moszynska', Contemporary Magazine, December 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'The 50 best books this Christmas- 6 Drawing', The Independent, London, England, 30 November 2002

  • Rosalyn Payne, 'A prized field', Southwark News, London, England, 28 November 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'Nudes will be baring everything at the Baltic', Herald and Post, Gateshead, 27 November 2002

  • Sarah Kent, 'Antony Gormley- British Museum', Art Reviews, Time Out, London, England, 27 November 2002

  • William Packer, 'Obvious message of pious hope', Financial Times, London, 26 November 2002

  • Nick Taylor, 'Art takes some stick', The Sunday Times, Australia, 24 November 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'A bummer from the Angel artist', The Sunderland Echo, Sunderland, England, 22 November 2002

  • Gordon Barr, 'Angel Artist's naked ambition exposed', Evening Chronicle, Newcastle, England, 21 November 2002

  • Jonathan Jones, 'Me, me, me', The Guardian, London, England, 20 November 2002

  • Peter Chapman, 'Antony Gormley Drawing', The Independent, London, England, 16 November 2002

  • Andrew Shipp, 'Body of work for lake', The West Australian, Australia, 16 November 2002

  • Fisun Güner, 'A keen eye for figures', Metro Life, London, England, 15 November 2002

  • Anthony Bright, 'Artist's army', What's on in London, London, England, 13 November 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'China clay project for Angel artist', BBC News Online, England, 13 November 2002

  • Emma Perry, 'Angel Poise', Time Out, London, England, 13 November 2002

  • Andy Paradise, 'Antony Gormley's terracotta army to invade British Museum', The Independent, London, England, 11 November 2002

  • Athalie Matthews, 'Clay army occupies the British Museum', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 11 November 2002

  • Jane Albert, 'Arts Festivals Go Bush', The Australian, Sydney, Australia, 8 November 2002

  • Ali Hussaain, 'Antony Gormley: Field for the British Isles', India Weekly, 8 November 2002

  • Elene Fierli, 'Installazione nella torre dell'acqua', Area, Milan, Italy, November/December 2002

  • Sholto Byrnes, 'Antony's Angel has turned into an albatross', The Independent, London, England, 1 November 2002

  • Paul Clements, 'Body of evidence', High Life, British Airways Inflight Magazine, England, November 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'L'invasione degli omini d'argilla. British Museum', Vernissage, no. 32, November 2002

  • Tom Lubbock, 'Sacred and profane', The Independent Review, London, England, 26 November 2002

  • Janet MacKenzie, 'Antony Gormley Drawing', Studio International, October 2002

  • Matthew Sweet, 'Antony Gormley: His next big thing', The Independent Magazine, The Independent, London, England, 19 October 2002

  • Martin Gayford, Body and Soul, Harpers and Queen, London, England, 14 October 2002

  • Christopher Middleton, 'The beautification of Bellenden', Telegraph, London, England, 12 October 2002

  • Heather Neill, 'Meeting Mr. Angel', Times Educational Supplement, London, England, 4 October 2002

  • Colin Brennan, 'Expert's experts: Antony Gormley', Financial Times Magazine, London, England, 21 September 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'Angel's eyes on the young', Herald and Post Gateshead, Gateshead, Newcastle, England, 18 September 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'Angel artist heads North', Sunderland Echo, Sunderland, England, 17 September 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'Artist lends hand to talent project', The Northern Echo, South West Durham, England, 16 September 2002

  • Linda Richards, 'Little Angels', Evening Chronicle, Newcastle, England, 16 September 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'Angel Sculptor takes new art role', BBCNews, 15 September 2002

  • Caitlin van Dusen, 'The Other Side of Appearance', Tricycle the Buddhist Review, New York, USA, Fall 2002

  • Colin Renfrew, 'Antony Gormley: Making contact', British Museum Magazine, no. 44, London, England, Autumn 2002

  • Luke Leitch, 'Angel of the North sculptor finally brings his art South', The Evening Standard, London, England, 18 July 2002

  • Alan Jackson, 'Cold call: Antony Gormley', The Times, London, England, 13 July 2002

  • Victoria Laurie, 'Salts of the earth in 3-D', The Australian, Sydney, Australia, 5 July 2002

  • Cahal Milmo, 'Space found for Gormley's Stone Planets after 15 years', The Independent, London, England, 1 July 2002

  • Maev Kennedy, 'Library booked: Sculpture arrives 15 years late', The Guardian, London, England, 1 July 2002

  • Alberto Ruiz de Samaniego, 'Gormley ou a ansia de lugar', A revista do CGAC, Spain, July- December 2002

  • Jonathan Jones, 'They might be giants', The Guardian, London, England, 3 May 2002

  • A meeting with Iwona Blazwick, Cinzia Fratucello, Antony Gormley and Cornelia Parker, Perche/? n.3, Milan, May 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'Answer the Questions! Antony Gormley: To Gateshead via the 16th Century', The Independent on Sunday, London, England, 17 March 2002

  • Stefano de Stefano, 'Gormley: Il mio principe di Sansevero', Corriere del Mezzogiorno, Naples, Italy, 14 March 2002

  • Author Unknown, 'Asian Field', Anjia no.32, Shanghai, China, March 2003

  • Jan Dalley, 'All that is solid melts into air', The Financial Times Weekend, London, England, 9 - 10 February 2002

  • Martin Gayford, 'Thought-provoking body of work', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 23 January 2002
  • Enrique Juncosa, 'Silencio e quietude. Unhan conversacion con Antony Gormley', January - June 2002

  • Marianne O'Kane, 'Antony Gormley', Contemporary, London, England, January 2002

2001
  • Rose Aidin, 'Where art is simply child's play', The Times, London, England, 5 December 2001

  • Stuart Jeffries, 'He made looking at art an adventure', The Guardian, London, 6 November 2001

  • Ian Tromp, 'Antony Gormley, New Art Centre Sculpture Park and Gallery', Sculpture, Washington, USA, Vol. 20, No. 8, October 2001

  • Rob Gregory, 'They say that size isn't everything', The Independent, London, England, 22 September 2001

  • Rose Aidin, 'School of hard shocks', The Times, London, England, 19 September 2001

  • Antony Gormley, Gavin Turk, Cathy de Monchaux and Angus Fairhurst, 'Exquisite corpse', Tate Magazine, London, England, Autumn 2001

  • Louise Jury, 'Gormley strikes twice in Yorkshire park', The Independent, London, England, 8 August 2001

  • Angela Wellington, 'Gallery in the sticks', The West Australian, Osborne Park, Australia, 20 July 2002

  • Michael Glover, 'Cornwall's out-of-body experience', The Independent, London, England, 26 June 2001

  • Louise Jury, 'Leading British artists to give run-down areas of Peckham an overdue facelift', The Independent, London, England, 21 June 2001

  • Alex O'Connell, 'The Body in Question', The Times, London, England, 18 June 2001

  • Will Self, 'One in a million', The Independent on Sunday, London, England, 17 June 2001

  • Deborah Ross, 'A sculptor with his significant body of work', The Independent, London, England, 28 May 2001

  • Philip Watson, 'Relative Values: Antony and Brendan Gormley', The Sunday Times Magazine, London, England, 6 May 2001

  • Jan Goodey, 'Body of Work', The Insight, Brighton, England, May 2001

  • Author Unknown, 'What's art for?', UCL People, University of London, London, England, Spring 2001

  • Author Unknown, 'Man in de put', SMAAK Magazine, The Hague, Netherlands, April 2001

  • Dee O'Connell, 'Dream Teams', The Observer Magazine, London, England, 18 March 2001

  • Ina Weinrautner, 'Auf in de Zimmerstrasse', Handelsblatt, Berlin, Germany, 17 March 2001

  • Simon Tait, 'The ultimate street cred', Evening Standard, London, England, 9 March 2001

  • Lara Grieve, 'Artists in Profile: Antony Gormley', BBC Online, March 2001

  • Christopher Gunness, 'Why the body needs to be set in stone', The Independent on Sunday, London, England, 25 February 2001

  • Richard Cork, 'Art: body builder', The Times, London, England, 10 February 2001

  • Author Unknown, 'Wonder: National Theatre, Blunder: Charing Cross Station', The Guardian, London, England, 5 February 2001

  • Louise Baring, 'Ein Jahr in Meer', Vogue, Berlin, Germany, February 2001

  • Ronald Berg, 'Free Thinker and Solo Dancer: Antony Gormley in the new Art Quarter at Zimmerstrasse', Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin, Germany, 27 January 2001

  • 'Antony Gormley: My Cultural Life', The Times, London, England, 20 January 2001

  • Henning L. Mortensen, 'Et speil for virkeligheten', Vi Ser Pa Kunst, Oslo, Nr 2-2001

  • Martin Herbert, 'Antony Gormley, White Cube2, London', tema celeste contemporary art, Milan, Italy, January – February 2001
2000
  • Zygmunt Bauman, 'Leben - oder bloß Uberleben?', Die Ziet, Berlin, Germany, 28 December 2000

  • Aidan Dunne, 'Where angels fear to tread', The Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland, 4 December 2000

  • John A. Walker, 'To buy or not to buy…', Art Review, London, England, December 2000/January 2001

  • Anders Sjogren, 'Mannen bakom rondellens huvudlosa kroppar', Vasterbottens-Kuriren, Umea, Sweden, 9 November 2000

  • Author Unknown, 'Omdiskuterad staty invigd', Vasterbottens Folkblad, Umea, Sweden, 9 November 2000

  • Barry Toberman, 'Oslo weeps as memorial to Nazi victims dedicated', Jewish Chronicle, London, England, 3 November 2000

  • Trond Boren, 'Stolene er tome', Stavanger Aftenblad, Stavanger, Norway, 27 October 2000

  • Lotte Sandberg, 'Poetiske paminnelser', Aftenposten, Oslo, Norway, 27 October 2000

  • Erle Moestue Bugge, 'Norske joder far sitt krigs-monument', Aftenposten, Oslo, Norway, 25 October 2000

  • Martin Gayford, 'Artist on art', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 7 October 2000

  • Martin Gayford, 'Self-portraits without the self', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 4 October 2000

  • Gautier Deblonde, 'Gormley's People', Granta 71, London, Autumn 2000

  • Mark Currah, 'Antony Gormley', Time Out, London, England, 27 September - 4 October 2000

  • Author Unknown, 'Männer, schwerelos: Skulpturen von Gormley bei White Cube2 in London', Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt, Germany, 23 September 2000

  • Charles Darwent, 'Eight iron men, some old Y-fronts and a neon tube', The Independent on Sunday, London, England, 17 September 2000

  • Claire Bishop, 'Casting himself into a corner', The Evening Standard, London, England, 15 September 2000

  • Tom Sutcliffe, 'Adventures in personal space', The Independent, London, England, 12 September 2000

  • Charles Darwent, 'Antony Gormley: Drawn', Metro, London, England, 8 September 2000

  • Mark Griffiths, 'Art and gardening draw on common ground', The Times, London, England, 17 August 2000

  • Lynn MacRitchie, 'The creative outdoors', Financial Times, London, England, 5 - 6 August 2000

  • Martin Gayford, 'Everything in the garden is unnaturally lovely', Sunday Telegraph, London, England, 3 August 2000

  • Adrian Searle, 'Life in the big apple', The Guardian, London, England, 25 July 2000

  • Nina Tjomsland, 'Jernmenn for a danne fortellingen om vare liv', Stavanger Aftenblad, Stavanger, Norway, 1 July 2000

  • Alice Thorson, 'Sculpture is 'Still Standing'', The Kansas City Star, Kansas, USA, 20 June 2000

  • Antony Gormley, 'We must build on this renaissance of art in Britain', The Independent, London, England, 24 May 2000

  • Laura Cumming, 'Simply the Best', The Observer Review, London, England, 14 May 2000

  • 'Modern Art: Ask Antony Gormley', The Forum, BBC News, London, England, 14th May 2000

  • Martin Gayford, 'Bring sharks into the classroom', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 4 May 2000

  • Ann Hindry, 'Antony Gormley', ArtPress, Paris, France, May 2000

  • Ian Tromp, 'Body and Light: Antony Gormley's Quantum Clouds', Modern Painters, London, England, Spring 2000

  • Fiachra Gibbons, 'East is Best for Britart Pack', The Guardian, London, England, 14 April 2000

  • Scott G. Burnham, 'Standing on the Shoulders of the Past: Recent Landmark Sculptures in the United Kingdom', Sculpture, Washington DC, USA, April 2000

  • Terri Judd, 'Turner offerings baffle Dome art zone customers', The Independent, London, England, 29 March 2000

  • Robin Young and Jonathan Morgan, 'Broad canvas for the new face of Tate Britain', The Times, London, England, 24 March 2000

  • Dalya Alberge, 'Outdoor art allies are streets apart', The Times, London, England, 15 March 2000

  • Author Unknown, 'Public art has captured the public's imagination', The Independent Review, London, England, 15 March 2000

  • Gillian Reynolds' Choice, Radio Review, The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 6 March 2000

  • Geneviève Breerette, 'Vivacité et renouvellement de deux sculpteurs anglais', Le Monde, Paris, France, 5 - 6 March 2000

  • Tom Allan, 'Dome Roamin', The Guardian, London, England, 15 January 2000

  • Laura Cumming, 'The Figures Speak for Themselves', The Observer Review, London, England, 9 January 2000

  • Author Unknown, 'Revelations - Antony Gormley', Ceramic Review, January/February 2000

  • Gary Michael Dault, 'Antony Gormley: One moment after another', Border Crossings, Manitoba, Canada, Vol. 19, Number 1, Issue 73, 2000
  • 'A Celebration of 500 years of British art', The Observer Magazine, special issue: "The Observer Exhibition: 'Beehive Breakout' by Antony Gormley" "I know what I like: Chris Smith on 'Field for the British Isles by Antony Gormley'"

1999
  • Francesca Ryan, 'His London', Evening Standard Magazine, London, England, 22 December 1999

  • Rachel Halliburton, 'Iron man arises', FT Weekend, London, England, 12 December 1999

  • John Harlow, 'Angel of the south heads for clouds', The Sunday Times, London, England, 12 December 1999

  • Ole S. Nerheim, Fra Skjenkestuen til det private rom, Rogalands Avis, Stavanger, Norway, 10 December 1999

  • Tim Auld, 'Foxglove: Digitalis purpurea', House & Garden, England, December 1999

  • Cristina Odone, 'Heaven Can't Wait', The Observer Magazine, London, England, 28 November 1999

  • Charlotte Abrahams, 'Art to DIY for', The Guardian Weekend, London, England, 9 October 1999

  • Dave Brown (cartoon), The Independent, London, England, 6 October 1999

  • Adrian Searle, 'He created the Angel of the North. Now he's making an even bigger Millennium Man. But will it stand up?', The Guardian, London, England, 5 October 1999

  • Paul McCann, 'From the man who made the 'Gateshead Flasher', a 'Millennium Man' for the Dome', The Independent, London, England, 5 October 1999

  • Author Unknown, 'Dome art's silver lining', The Express, London, England, 5 October 1999

  • Mark Henderson, 'Sculptor resurrects millennium giant', The Times, London, England, 5 October 1999

  • Tim Cooper and Robin Stringer, 'Artforms and uniforms… the Dome's new additions', The Evening Standard, London, England, 5 October 1999

  • Maev Kennedy, 'Invisible man to rival Angel of North', The Guardian, London, England, 5 October 1999

  • Author Unknown, 'Quantum art will join the leap into the Millennium', The Herald, Edinburgh, Scotland, 5 October 1999

  • Author Unknown, 'Turner winner's dome display', The Scotsman, Edinburgh, Scotland, 5 October 1999

  • Richard Cork, 'Meridian messages writ on water', The Times, London, England, 5 October 1999

  • Richard Price, 'The human hedgehog: Angel of the North artist makes his point… around 3,500 times', Daily Mail, London, England, 5 October 1999

  • Nigel Reynolds, 'Millennium Man to become Gormley's angel of the South', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 5 October 1999

  • David Lister, 'Sex-change machine and invisible sculpture will top bill at the Dome', The Independent, London, England, 3 September 1999

  • Richard Rhodes, 'Afterthought', Canadian Art, Toronto, Canada, Fall 1999

  • Dalya Alberge, 'Art given a shelf life at DIY store', The Times, London, England, 28 July 1999

  • Fiachra Gibbons, 'Home is the base for objets d'art', The Guardian, London, England, 28 July 1999

  • Author Unknown, 'A Hypermarket of Hype: Even Duchamp could be useful in the world of DIY', The Times, London, England, 28 July 1999

  • Antony Thorncroft, 'Sculptors find that Homebase is where the art is', Financial Times, London, England, 28 July 1999

  • Susan Doolan, 'Intimate Exhibit', Barrie Examiner, England, 24 July 1999

  • Peter O'Brien, 'Middle of Somewhere', National Post, Toronto, 23 July 1999

  • Merel Ligtelijn. "Op het Lange Voorhout wordt de hazendans gehopst", Trouw, The Hague, Netherlands, 24 June 1999

  • Sandra Smallenburg, 'Britse sculpturen op Lange Voorhout', NRC Handelsbled, 22 June 1999

  • Herman Rosenberg, 'Leger kleifiguren bezet Spui', Haagsche Courant, The Hague, The Netherlands, 22 June 1999

  • Roos van Put, 'Antony Gormley en zijn rol op aarde', Haagsche Courant, The Hague, Netherlands, 21 June 1999

  • Roos van Put, 'Vragen over het bestaan', Haagsche Courant, The Hague, Netherlands, 18 June 1999

  • Author Unknown, 'Another Place', New York Contemporary Art Report, New York, USA, June 1999

  • John Harbo, 'Britisk kunstner med monument over norske jøder', Aftenposten, Oslo, Norway, 27 March 1999

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