Antony Gormley

2006

  • Stefano de Stefano, 'Il Madre apre il cortile con 60 corpi di ferro', Corriere Del Mezzogiorno, Naples, Italy, 12 December 2006

  • Peter Kelly, 'Margate Exodus, a film collaboration between Artangel and Penny Woolcock, puts the desolate British Seaside Town in a new Perspective…', Blueprint, London, England, December 2006

  • Giles Hattersley, 'Big art versus small minds', The Sunday Times, London, England, 29 October 2006

  • Mary Wakefield, 'Beyond Appearances', The Spectator, London, England, 28 October 2006

  • David Ward, 'Gormley's men given stay of execution on beach', The Guardian, London, England, 25 October 2006

  • Charles Nevin, 'Giants on the Mersey', The Independent, London, England, 23 October 2006

  • Sayeed Chowdhury, 'Where will Another Place go now?', The Guardian, London, England, 21 October 2006

  • Author Unknown, 'Tide turns against beach sculptures', The Mail, London, England, 20 October 2006

  • Nigel Bunyan, 'Beach statues get marching orders - on safety grounds', The Telegraph, London, England, 20 October 2006

  • David Ward, 'Gormley's iron men will have to go, planning committee rules', The Guardian, London, England, 20 October 2006

  • Russell Jenkins, 'Beach sculpture a step too far for iron men', The Times, London, England, 20 October 2006

  • George Georgiou, 'How we Cracked it', Building Design, London, England, 20 October 2006

  • Geneviève Roberts, 'Gormley statues evicted on safety grounds', The Independent, London, England, 20 October 2006

  • David Ward, 'Making Waves', The Guardian G2, London, England, 18 October 2006

  • Author Unknown, 'Les corps de Gormley', La Libre Belgique', Brussels, Belgium, 11 October 2006

  • Philip Hensher, 'In our time, not even sculpture is made to last', The Independent, London, England, 3 October 2006

  • Madeleine Bunting, 'Culture, not politics, is now the heart of our public realm', The Guardian, London, England, 3 October 2006

  • Author Unknown, 'Fiery end: Huge sculpture burns', The Guardian, London, England, 2 October 2006

  • Rob Sharp, 'Gormley goes up in flames for movie art in Margate', The Observer, London, 1 October 2006

  • Marc Ruyters, 'Antony Gormley; You and Nothing', Art, Edegem, Belgium, 28 September 2006

  • Author Unknown, 'The Wasteman cometh', The Guardian, London, 28 September 2006

  • Iain Aitch, 'Plagues of frogs and lice…', The Guardian G2, London, England, 26 September 2006

  • Geoff Dyer and Antony Gormley, 'Souls of stone (His bodies have an eternal flame)', The Guardian Saturday Review, London, England, 16 September 2006

  • Author Unknown, 'Antony Gormley', The Bulletin, Brussels, Belgium, 14 September 2006

  • Antony Gormley, 'Life Force', RA Magazine, London, England, Autumn 2006

  • Isabella Marchiolo, 'L'Orizzonte del Corpo', il Quotidiano, Calabria, Italy, 24 July 2006

  • Graham Davies, 'Trust will fight to keep statues', Daily Post, London, England, 14 July 2006

  • Jan Dalley, 'Where past and present find a common level', Financial Times, London, England, 4 July 2006

  • Justin Clements, 'We're All Globile Now: on the 2006 Biennale of Sydney: Zones of Contact', The Monthly, Sydney, Australia, July 2006

  • Carmel Dwyer, 'The Look of the West', Australian Art Collector, Australia, July-September 2006

  • Charlotte Higgins, 'Director unveils vision for South Bank', The Guardian, London, 30 June 2006

  • Salvatore Guerrieri, 'Time Horizon taglia il nastro', il Quotidiano, Calabria, Italy, 25 June 2006

  • Raffaele Nistico, 'Paesaggio con figure', Calabria Ora, Calabria, Italy, 25 June 2006

  • Carmen Loiacono, ' Time Horizon a Solacium', il Domani, Catanzaro, Italy, 25 June 2006

  • Author Unknown, 'Statue of YOU unveiled at the Roundhouse', Camden Gazette, London, England, 14 June 2006

  • Peter Hill, 'Nomads and refugees find the zone', Age, Arts and Culture, Sydney, Australia, 14 June 2006

  • Sebastian Smee, 'A World of Difference', Australian Arts, Sydney, Australia, 13 June 2006

  • Author Unknown, 'The model Erin O' Connor wears a hat created in the shape of her own face by the sculptor Antony Gormley for Vogue magazine', Times 2, London, England, 5 June 2006

  • Author Unknown, 'Antony Gormley: Dans mes sculptures, je propose une participation mentale, physique, sensitive', Art Actuel number 44, Paris, France, May-June 2006

  • Maria Calem Louro, 'Operações no espaço', L + arte, Lisbon, Portugal, May 2006

  • Author Unknown, 'Antony Gormley sur son fil', Télérama number 2936, Paris, France, 19 April 2006

  • Author Unknown, 'Outdoor special: public art Exhibit 7', Time Out, London, England, 12 - 19 April 2006

  • Martin Wainright, 'Power station towers in line for cool new use', The Guardian, London, England, 10 April 2006

  • Paul Whitehouse, 'Towering ambition for motorway landmark', Yorkshire Post, Yorkshire, England, 10 April 2006

  • Tom Williams, 'Newcastle Notebook: All you need for an artistic renaissance is an angel', The Observer, London, England, 9 April 2006

  • Valérie Duponchelle, 'Antony Gormley, l'odyssée de l'espace', Figaro et Vous, Paris, 7 April 2006

  • Simona Barucco, 'Antony Gormley: Mimmo Scognamiglio, Napoli', Arte e Critica 46, Rome, April - June 2006

  • Jane Neal, 'Common Good', Art Review, London, England, April 2006

  • Jonathan Jones, 'It's not as easy as it looks', The Guardian, London, England, 30 March 2006

  • David Ward. 'People', The Guardian, London, England, 28 March 2006

  • Tiziana Tricarico, 'Massa, energia e peso nell'arte di Gormley', Il Mattino, Milan, Italy, 15 March 2006

  • Author Unknown, 'The Contemporary Artists', Vogue Korea, Seoul, Korea, March 2006

  • Anita Pepe, 'Gormley dà il tu allo spettatore e lo stupisce', Il Roma, Rome, Italy, 25 February 2006

  • Karel Ankerman, 'Antony Gormley', Kunstbeeld, Rijswijk, February 2006

  • Hannah Bullock and Richard Long, ‘Outside In’, Green Futures, number 56, London, England, January/February 2006
  • Ed Gillespie, 'Melting into the Mind', Green Futures, number 56, London, January/February 2006

2005
  • Megan Backhouse, 'Works with "full-body"', The Age, Melbourne, Australia, 9 November 2005

  • Jane Johnson, 'Strange Figures', Qantas: The Australian Way, Sydney, Australia, November 2005

  • Noriko Kawakami, 'Antony Gormley: Certain Made Places', Marie Claire, Japan, November 2005

  • Emily Stokes, 'When I was 21: Antony Gormley', The Cambridge Student, Cambridge, England, November 2005

  • Parvathi Nayar, 'Using the human body to engage', The Business Times, Singapore, 28 October 2005

  • Clara Chow, 'Go Figure', The Straits Times, Singapore, 27 October 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Sublimate IV', AERA, Japan, 24 October 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Architectuur: Kunst aan de lopende band', Knack.be, Netherlands, 20 October 2005
  • Andrew Billen, 'I am still attracted to the monastic life', Times 2, London, England, 18 October 2005

  • Marina de Vries, 'Unieke bejaarde steelt de show', de Volkskrant, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 5 October 2005

  • Joseph Algazy, 'Le Traumatisme persistant des Arabes israeliens', Le Monde Diplomatique, Paris, France, October 2005

  • Elfi Kreis, 'Eiserne Hundertschaft: Antony Gormleys Strandläufer Wellen', Kunstzeitung, Regensburg, Germany, October 2005

  • Viv Groskop, 'Forces of nurture', Harpers and Queen, London, England, October 2005

  • Kate Thomson, 'Communal Individuals', The Japan Times, Japan, 29 September 2005

  • Ingrid Luycks, 'Expositie in voormalige textielfabrieken: Ze zijn er nog', Univers 5, Tilburg, Netherlands, 22 September 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Contemporary Art Preview: Certain Made Places', The Window of Arts, Japan, 20 September - 19 October 2005

  • Daniele Perra, 'En plein air', Tema Celeste, Milan, Italy, September-October 2006

  • Matthew Guy Nichols, 'Antony Gormley at Sean Kelly', Art in America, New York, USA, September 2005

  • Courtney Singer, 'A Field of friends', The Ambassador: The American School in Japan, Tokyo, Fall 2005

  • Xavier Laboulbenne, 'In a world of her own', ArtReview, London, England, September 2005

  • Gerrit van den Hoven, 'Kunst tussen verval, verkrotting en vervuiling', Brabants Dagblad, Netherlands, 29 August 2005

  • Karel Ankerman, 'De ruimte van een lichaam', Het Financieele Dagblad, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 27 August 2005

  • Iain Sinclair, 'Museums of Melancholy: Iain Sinclair on London's Memorials', London Review of Books, London, 18 August 2005

  • David Ward, 'A house built on sand: Plea to give statues a permanent home', The Guardian, London, England, 11 August 2005

  • Maggie Foyer, 'Akram Khan/Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui: Zero Degreees', Dance Europe, London, England, August - September 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Identity: The Northern Way is developing a public arts strategy to reflect the particular character of the region', Prospect, Glasgow, Scotland, August 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Quotes of the week', Dundee Courier & Advertiser, Dundee, Scotland, 23 July 2005

  • Fabrizio Calabrese, 'I vandali non bloccano Gormley Le sue opera restano in centro', La Nazione, Italy, 22 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Gormley dona le statue alla citta', Corriere, Poggibonsi, Italy, 22 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Benefits of planning', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 21 July 2005

  • Paula Owens, 'Now where have I seen that before?', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, 21 July 2005

  • Michael Rolfe, 'Ode to Iron Men', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 21 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Artist's school visit was a delight', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 21 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Weighty winged wonder', The Daily Mail, London, England, 18 July 2005

  • Jenny Gilbert, 'Stop that train, I want to get on', The Independent on Sunday, London, England, 17 July 2005

  • David Dougall, 'Two of a kind', The Sunday Times, London, England, 17 July 2005

  • Julia Hartley-Brewer, 'Cross Bencher: Tessa takes a closer look', The Sunday Express, London, England, 17 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Someone to watch over me', Lancashire Evening Post, Preston, England, 16 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Beach risk factor', Southport Visitor, Southport, England, 15 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Sun, sea sand… and 100 statues', Southport Visitor, Southport, England, 15 July 2005

  • Amanda Birch, 'Regenerationist? Moi?', Building Design, London, England, 15 July 2005

  • Keith Watson. 'Dance Review: Zero Degrees', Metro, London, England, 14 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Exhibitions: Another Place', The Blackpool Gazette, Blackpool, England, 14 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Dance Review: Zero Degrees', Metro, London, England, 14 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Artist drops in at school', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 14 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'The Whip: Tessa Jowell', The Sun, London, England, 14 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Warning over beach danger', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 14 July 2005

  • Judith Mackrell, 'Zero Degrees', The Guardian, London, England, 14 July 2005

  • Ismene Brown, 'Marvellous hybrid kicks like a mule', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 14 July 2005

  • Sarah Frater, 'Opposites seek a seminal moment', Evening Standard, London, England, 13 July 2005

  • Debra Craine, 'Journey into a dance of death', The Times, London, England, 13 July 2005

  • Judith Mackrell, 'Narrative trail garlanded by the A-team', The Guardian, London, England, 13 July 2005

  • Douglas Dale, 'Let's bring back the Brick Man and make up for chance we lost', Yorkshire Post, Yorkshire, England, 12 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Stuck on art', Sunderland Echo, Sunderland, England, 12 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, '9. Bodies in space…and in sand', Arts Professional, Cambridge, England, 12 July 2005

  • Judith Mackrell, 'Opposites attract', The Guardian, London, England, 12 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Beach rescue', Manchester Evening News, Manchester, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Teenagers rescued from beach', Dundee Courier and Advertiser, Dundee, Scotland, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Stuck on sea art', Western Daily Press, Bristol, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Three teenagers in beach rescue', The Independent, London, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Girls rescued from artwork', The Guardian, London, England, 11 July 2005

  • Jeremy Miles, 'It's a fine body of work', Bournemouth Daily Echo, Bournemouth, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Beach art leaves girls stuck in mud', The Glasgow Herald, Glasgow, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Quicksand traps girls on visit to see beach art', The Times, London, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Nude art is muddy gripping', The Sun, London, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, Homa Khaleeli, 'Statues 'risk' as tide traps 5', Liverpool Echo, Liverpool, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Girls rescued from beach ordeal', Eastern Daily Press, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Youths trapped next to artwork', Liverpool Daily Post, Liverpool, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Girls Rescued', The Northern Echo, Yorkshire, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'And finally…', Nottingham Evening Post, Nottingham, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Stuck in Mud', The Newcastle Upon Tyne Journal, Newcastle, England, 11 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Rescued from beach', Swindon Evening Advertiser, Swindon, England, 11 July 2005

  • Neil Atkinson, 'You and whose army?', Huddersfield Daily Examiner, Huddersfield, England, 9 July 2005

  • Nick Ahad, 'An artist in a field of his own: The Big Interview', Culture, The Yorkshire Post, Yorkshire, England, 8 July 2005

  • Sumantro Ghose, 'A fusion of many worlds', Arts Preview, The Independent, London, England, 8 July 2005

  • Helen Duff, 'A terracotta army', Metro, London, England, 8 July 2005

  • Paul Marshall, 'Taxpayers cash', Southport Visitor, Liverpool, England, 8 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Figurative art gets support of 40,000', The Wakefield Express, Wakefield, England, 8 July 2005

  • Ashley Gray, 'Sculptor's happy as a sand-boy …' , Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 7 July 2005

  • Katie Philips, 'Zero degrees of separation', The Stage, London, England, 7 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Sun sets on parking plan', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, 7 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Warped Idea', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 7 July 2005

  • Lottie Moggach, 'Musical Statues', Time Out London, England, 6-13 July 2005

  • Robin Blake, 'Ambiguous presence on the beach', Arts and Ideas: Financial Times, London, England, 5 July 2005

  • Alfred Hickling, 'Antony Gormley's bathing beauties', The Guardian, London, England, 5 July 2005

  • Alfred Hickling, 'Another Place', Review: Art, The Guardian, London, England, 5 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Sculptor sees his 100 strangers on the shore in "perfect place"', Liverpool Echo, Liverpool, England, 2 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Sun Spot', The Sun, London, England, 2 July 2005

  • Graham Davies, 'Artist's men of iron unveiled on beach', Liverpool Daily Post, Liverpool, England, 2 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Stranger on the shore', Liverpool Daily Post, Liverpool, England, 2 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Beach's iron men mix life and art', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 2 July 2005

  • Christopher Chambers, 'Antony Gormley: Sean Kelly Gallery', Flash Art, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 243, New York, USA, July - September 2005

  • Katherine Thanas, 'Attuned to the body', Dharmalife: Buddhism for Today, London, England, Summer 2005

  • Antony Gormley, 'Bodies in Space', Arts & Books Review, Special Edition: Guest Editor: Antony Gormley, The Independent, London, England, 1 July 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Beach's 100 naked figures unmasked', Chester Evening Leader, England, 1 July 2005

  • Nicholas Wroe, 'Profile: Antony Gormley', The Guardian: Review, London, England, 25 June 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Making Waves: Gormley's latest artwork tests the water', The Guardian Weekly, London, England, 24 June 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Iron Men' - verdict', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 23 June 2005

  • Letters Extra, 'Readers Views and Photos of the 'Iron Men'', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 23 June, 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Bronzed on the Beach', LGC (Local Government Chronicle), Liverpool, England, 23 June 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Life on the ocean wave for bronze men of the beach', Liverpool Echo, Liverpool, England, 22 June 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'First Man: Mersey sculpture takes to the beach', Regeneration & Renewal, England, 17 June 2005

  • Ashley Gray, 'Cast Iron Winners', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 16 June 2005

  • Philip Key, 'Tin art becomes order of the day', Arts Diary, The Daily Post, England, 16 June 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'A town of two halves', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 16 June 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Public Art: The sign of a healthy culture', The Independent, London, England, 16 June 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Beach Invasion', Aberdeen Press & Journal, Scotland, 15 June 2005

  • David Ward, 'Gormley's beach party braves wind and tide', The Guardian, London, England, 15 June 2005

  • Michael Glover, 'As London Sculpture Week begins, Michael Glover celebrates the renaissance of creativity and public interest in the form', T2, The Times, London, England, 15 June 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Town gets new 'nudist' beach', Portsmouth News, Portsmouth, England, 15 June 2005

  • Emma Gunby, '100 Gormley Sculptures Begin Beach Invasion', Thomson Business Intelligence, England, 15 June 2005

  • Michelle Fiddler, 'Who's that new guy on MY beach?', Liverpool Echo, Liverpool, England, 15 June 2005

  • Ian Herbert, 'Gormley makes waves with beach statues of himself', The Independent, London, England, 15 June 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Enter Sandman', The Glasgow Herald, Glasgow, Scotland, 15 June 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Artist as Model', The Times, London, England, 15 June 2005

  • Author Unknown, 'Sculpture on Beach', Bolton Evening News, England, 14 June 2005

  • Emma Gunby, 'Sculptures invade beach', Liverpool Daily Post (series), Liverpool, England, 13 June 2005

  • Author Unknown, '100 statuesque sun-seekers in artist's beach spectacular', Liverpool Daily Post, Liverpool, England, 13 June 2005

  • Lisa Allardice, 'A very British Scene: The Places that inspire Antony Gormley, Tacita Dean and other modern artists', The Guardian: Travel, London, England, 4 June 2005

  • Roberta Smith, 'Antony Gormley: Clearing IV', The New York Times, New York, USA, 3 June 2005

  • Antony Gormley & Nitin Sawhney,'Q&A', The Observer Music Monthly, London, England, May 2005

  • John K. Grande (interview), 'Land Body Memory', Espace Sculpture 71, Montreal, Canada, Spring 2005

  • Bettina Von Hase, 'Using his own body as a point of departure', Art and Auction, New York, USA, April 2005

  • Nigel Halliday interview, 'Body Language', Thirdway, Volume 28 No. 2, Harrow, England, March 2005

  • Mario Franco, 'Antony Gormley sculpture relative', La Repubblica, Milan, Italy, 25 February 2005

  • Sholto Byrnes, '20 reasons why London is the winner over Paris', The Independent, London, England, 4 February 2005

  • Charlotte Cripps, 'Cultural Life, Antony Gormley, Sculptor', The Independent, London, England, 14 January 2005

  • Jennifer Cole, 'Profile: Antony Gormley', Club UK, issue 9, London, England, 2005

  • Hans-Jörg Heusser, 'A Place of Encounter with International Modern Art: The Art Collection of the Zurich Development Center', Zurich Development Center, Zurich, Switzerland, 2005

  • Andrew Jarvis, 'Made in the UK: British Sculpture', Club UK, issue 9, London, 2005

2004
  • Author Unknown, 'The bed made for loafing', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 26 November 2004

  • Author Unknown, Kunst und Ingrastruktur, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Germany, 03 December 2004

  • Antony Gormley, 'A critical faculty', The Guardian, London, England 1 December 2004

  • Louise Jury, 'How Antony Gormley made his 'Bed'', The Independent, London, England, 26 November 2004

  • Author Unknown, Metro, London, 26 November 2004

  • Bill Mouland, 'Who's for breakfast in bed?', Daily Mail, London, England, 26 November 2004

  • Luke Leitch and Chris Millar, 'Toast of the Tate', Evening Standard, London, England, 25 November 2004

  • Author Unknown, 'Fresh start for Gormley's bread', BBC News (news.bbc.co.uk), London, 25 November 2004

  • Marco Bascetta, 'L'incomiuto mosaico della moltitudine', Il Manifesto, Spain, 11 November 2004

  • Maev Kennedy, 'Artist's Old Bed at Tate', The Guardian, London, England, 6 November 2004

  • Nigel Reynolds, 'Artists to donate works to the Tate because gallery cannot afford them', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 26 October 2004

  • Dalya Alberge, 'Hard-up Tate seeks state of the art donations from rich young artists', The Times, London, England, 26 October 2004

  • Maev Kennedy, 'Artists rally to Tate's cause by donating major works', The Guardian, London, England, 26 October 2004

  • Louise Jury, 'Freud and Hirst bail out cash-strapped Tate', The Independent, London, 26 October 2004

  • Joanna Pitman, 'Seeing the light', The Times, London, England, 12 October 2004

  • Vicki Laycock, 'Angels on our Sands', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 23 September 2004

  • Catherine Jones, 'Beach Home for Iron Men', Liverpool Echo, Liverpool, England, 22 September 2004

  • Roger Phillips, 'Possible Sculpture for Waterloo Beach' (transcript), Roger Phillips Show, BBC Merseyside, England, 21 September 2004

  • Concha Pino, 'Asistimos al declive de Occidente y la vuelta a la epoca medieval', La Voz de Galecia Culturas, 18 September 2004

  • Author Unknown, 'Under The Rainbow, The Angel of the North gets a dramatic backdrop', The Guardian, London, England, 15 September 2004

  • Wiebke Hüster, 'Der Diskrete Charme von Lügengeschichten', Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Germany, 11 September 2004

  • Author Unknown, 'Inspired idea for our area', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 9 September 2004

  • Author Unknown, 'A chance to be on cultural map', Crosby Herald, Liverpool, England, 2 September 2004

  • Edward Lucie-Smith, 'From Gaugin to Gormley: Perspective - With some reservations', Ceramic Review, issue 2009, September/October 2004

  • Michael Fitzgerald, 'Lonely Art Club', Time Australia, Sydney, Australia, 2 August 2004

  • Hans Pietsch, 'Aus dem Osten kommt die Kunst', Art das Kunstmagazin, no. 8, Hamburg, Germany, August 2004

  • Emma Crichton-Miller, 'Feats of clay', RA Magazine, London, England, Summer 2004

  • Tanya Harrod, 'Serious play's feat of clay', The Times Literary Supplement, London, England, 23 July 2004

  • Tracey Mullins, 'Alps plan is a real high flyer', The Newham Recorder, England, 14 July 2004

  • Elena Pita, 'La vanguardia gallega se reune en el CGAC', El Mundo, Madrid, Spain, 6 July 2004

  • Author Unknown, 'Cando a arte desborda', Galicia Hoxe, Spain, 26 June 2004

  • Christa d'Souza, 'The Art of being Louise MacBain', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 26 June 2004

  • Jonathan Jones, 'Gone to pot', The Guardian, London, England, 5 June 2004

  • Emma Crichton-Miller, 'Clay makes a comeback', Prospect, London, England June 2004

  • Rob Gregory, 'Quantum Leap - David Chipperfield's studio for Antony Gormley', The Architectural Review no. 1288, London, June 2004

  • Author Unknown, 'Thousands flock to see sculpture at cathedral', Gloucester News, Gloucester, England, 27 May 2004

  • Richard Cork, 'Lost in Space', New Statesman, London, England, 17 May 2004

  • Vanessa Nicolson, 'Familiar but not Familiar', Weelden Arts Review, issue 10, 7 May 2004

  • Martin Coomer, 'Antony Gormley - White Cube', Time Out, London, England, 5 May 2004

  • Tanya Harrod, 'Hidden depths', Crafts Magazine, London, England, May/June 2004

  • Judit Solt, 'Kunstvoll Reduziert', Archithese, May 2004

  • Author Unknown, Antony Gormley, 'Stones of Inspiration', The British Museum Magazine, London, England, no. 48, Spring 2004

  • Godfrey Barker, 'Culture clash', Evening Standard Magazine, London, England, 30 April 2004

  • Fisun Güner, 'All this steel left me cold', Metro, London, England, 26 April 2004

  • Nick Hackworth, 'A sculptor who is on his mettle', Evening Standard, London, England, 22 April 2004

  • Amanda Levete, 'Antony Gormley - Artist whose work has dealt with ideas of the body for more than two decades', The Guardian, London, England, 22 April 2004

  • Paul Vallely, 'From Newcastle to eternity', The Independent Review, London, England, 20 April 2004

  • Richard Cork, 'Wired for vision', The Times, London, England, 17 April 2004

  • Charlotte Mullins, 'Gormley's out of body experience', Financial Times, London, England, 13 April 2004

  • Catherine Milner and Rajeev Syal, 'Royal Academy torn apart by feud at the top', The Sunday Telegraph, London, England, 11 April 2004

  • Natasha Walter, 'Sensation, but no feeling', The Guardian, London, England, 24 March 2004

  • Christine Verguson, What's in a landscape?, Bradford, England, 18 March 2004

  • Barrie Evans, 'Making space', Architect's Journal, London, England, 18 March 2004

  • Hugh Muir, 'Ken is one of us, say London artists', The Guardian, London, England, 11 March 2004

  • Kim Janssen, 'Through the keyhold of a creative furnace', Camden New Journal, London, England, 4 March 2004

  • Danielle Demetriou, 'Politicians with vision: How MPs and peers snapped their favourite places in Britain', The Independent, London, England, 1 March 2004

  • John Preston, 'Almost abstract friends', The Sunday Telegraph, London, England, 29 February 2004

  • Paula Lobo, 'Seres de sombra e claridade', dn, Portugal, 19 February 2004

  • John Docherty, 'Outstanding in his field…', The Hampshire Chronicle, England, 6 February 2004

  • Jane Ure-Smith, 'Thoroughly Modern Master', The Sunday Times Magazine, London, England, 1 February 2004

  • Anthony Gardner, 'Handle with Care', Culture, The Sunday Times, London, England, 31 January 2004

  • Louise Brown, 'Engel der Hoffnung', Deutsch, no. 8, Berlin, Germany, 2004

2003
  • Michael Glover, 'From Angels to Cybersculpture', The Independent Magazine, London, England, 19 December 2003

  • Louis Hellman, Weekly cartoon, the Architect's Journal, issue 21, vol. 218, London, England, 4 December 2003

  • Kieran Long, 'David Chipperfield's new studio for Antony Gormley', Icon magazine, London, England, December 2003

  • Charlotte Leouzon, 'Nirvanart', Jalouse, no. 66, Paris, France, December 2003/January 2004

  • Author Unknown, 'White and Beautiful', Building Design, Issue 1602, London, England, 14 November 2003

  • He Dajun, 'A dialogue with Earth', South China Airlines/Orient Aviation, November 2003

  • Antony Gormley, 'Heroes and Villains', The Independent Magazine, London, England, 4 October 2003

  • Leonor Nazaré, 'O centro de Arte Moderna', A Colecção de Arte Moderna da Gulbenkian, Lisbon, no.9, October/November 2003

  • Zi Jin, 'Antony Gormley: Asian Field', China Pictorial, China, October 2003

  • Alexander Marzahn, 'Menschenfluten, Entblössungen un massenhaft Privatheit', Basler Zeitung, Switzerland, 14 August 2003

  • Author Unknown, China Ethnic News, China, 5 August 2003

  • Author Unknown, China News Weekly, China, 4 August 2003

  • Geoffrey Rowell, 'Art comes from the same source as the need for religion', The Times, London, England, 2 August 2003

  • Author Unknown, Article in Art Observation, China, August 2003

  • Jamil Abbas, 'Antony Gormley', Le, China, August 2003

  • Jane Macnaughton, 'Domain Field, Antony Gormley', The British Journal of General Practice, England, August 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Antony Gormley', Art and Leisure guide of the Economic Observer, China, 28 July 2003

  • Author Unknown, World New Journal, China, 28 July 2003

  • Author Unknown, Beijing Youth Daily, China, 27 July 2003

  • Chen Jie, 'Eyes of 160,000 figurines bring new visions', China Daily, China, 26 July 2003

  • Author Unknown, International Herald Leader, China, 25 July 2003

  • Author Unknown, China Times, China, 23 July 2003

  • Tom Rawstorne, 'Back in the old routine', The Daily Mail, London, England, 22 July 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'De Blairs in 'Asian Field'', NRC Handelsblad, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 21 July 2003

  • Author Unknown, Financial Times, China, 19 July 2003

  • Marie Siani-Davies, Ta-NEA, Greece, 12-13 July 2003

  • Jo Lusby, 'Model Citizens', City Weekend, Beijing, China, 3 July 2003

  • Dixie Ching, 'Field of Vision', That's Beijing, China, July 2003

  • Hu Fang, 'Five days holiday from life', China Review, London, England, Summer 2003

  • Hans-Joachim Muller, 'Wie man den Erfolg bewirtschaftet', Basler Zeitung, Basel, Switzerland, 17 June 2003

  • Gail-Nina Anderson, 'Gorm 'n' Cast', The Crack, Newcastle, England, June 2003

  • Adrian Searle, 'Empty vessels', The Guardian, London, England, 29 May 2003

  • Charles Darwent, 'Portrait of the artist (and 250 locals)', The Independent on Sunday, London, England, 25 May 2003

  • Tom Lubbock, 'The space invader', The Independent Review, London, England, 20 May 2003

  • Rachael Ogden, 'Field trip's explosive quality', Metro, London, England, 20 May 2003

  • Adrian Searle, 'Empty Vessels', The Guardian, London, England, 20 May 2003

  • Sarah Leese, 'New Field of Art', The Evening Chronicle, Newcastle, England, 20 May 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Domain Field: Your views', BBCi, London, England, 20 May 2003

  • Sam Wonfor, 'A cast of thousands', The Journal Newcastle, Newvcastle, England, 19 May 2003

  • Vicky Allan, 'The Tyne Machine', The Sunday Herald, England, 18 May 2003

  • Peter Conrad, 'They're petrified. I'm slightly puzzled', The Observer Review, London, England, 18 May 2003

  • David Whetstone, 'Domain Field in all its glory', The Journal, Newcastle, England, 17 May 2003

  • Robert Clark, 'Antony Gormley- Gateshead', Preview, The Guardian Guide, London, England, 17 May 2003

  • Amber Cowan, 'Antony Gormley', The Times, London, England, 17 May 2003

  • Helen Pickles, 'Out There', The Times: Weekend, London, England, 17 May 2003

  • Gavin Engelbrecht, 'A day in the life of a nude model', Northern Echo, England, 17 May 2003

  • Kate Rees, 'Gormley rules at the Baltic', Cumberland News, England, 16 May 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Artist puts his army of ghostly Geordies on parade', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 16 May 2003

  • Sarah Hemming, Art Review, The Daily Express, London, England, 16 May 2003

  • Nick Hackworth, 'Land of the giants', The Evening Standard, London, England, 16 May 2003

  • Peter Hetherington, 'Steel life- Gormley displays enigmatic new work', The Guardian, London, England, 16 May 2003

  • Terry Kirby, 'Gormley shows off his bodies of work in steel', The Independent, London, England, 16 May 2003

  • David Whetstone, B_Gormley Supplement, The Journal, Newcastle, England, 16 May 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Lost in a room of spiky strangers', The Times, London, England, 16 May 2003

  • Rachael Ogden, 'Increasing awareness of your personal space', Metro, London, England, 13 May 2003

  • David Whetstone, 'A rock and an art place', The Journal, Newcastle, England, 10 May 2003

  • Ruth Wishart, 'Something to figure out', The Herald, Glasgow, Scotland, 8 May 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Gormley unveils metal model nudes', BBC News Online, England, 5 May 2003

  • Ruth Skillbeck, 'Body of Work', Pol Oxygen, Issue 6, Australia, 2003 - 2004

  • Susie Burton, 'Local cast of hundreds', Accent Magazine, England, May 2003

  • Hilary Maddocks, 'Antony Gormley - Inside Australia: An installation at Lake Ballard, Menzies, Western Australia for the Perth International Arts Festival', Art Monthly, Australia, May 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Gormley's Art Stars', Artist & Illustrators Magazine, England, May 2003

  • Jane Pikett, 'The Cast', North East Exclusive, England, May 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Antony Gormley: domain field, allotment, fruit, etc - BALTIC, Gatershead', The Art Newspaper, England, May 2003

  • Martin Gayford, 'Mud upwards', Modern Painters, England, Spring 2003

  • Abigail Sanderson, 'The Best of Europe. Salzburg', The Independent Review, London, England, 17 April 2003

  • Mark Fisher, 'Sanctuary', The Guardian, London, England, 15 April 2003

  • Harriet Lane, 'A cast of Hundreds', The Observer Magazine, London, England, 13 April 2003

  • Moira Jeffrey, 'Living life outside the bubble', The Herald, Glasgow, Scotland, 11 April 2003

  • Alan Franks (interview), 'Meeting of Minds: Antony Gormley and Colin Renfrew, The Times Magazine, 5 April 2003

  • Chris Tighe, 'Plastered cast of 250, all in the name of art', The Financial Times, London, England, 2 April 2003

  • Finn Pedersen, 'Inside Australia: A remove Odyssey', Monument, Sydney, Australia, April/May 2003

  • Ina Cole, 'The Relationship between Thought and Matter. A Conversation with Antony Gormley', Sculpture, vol. 22 no.3, Washington, USA, April 2003

  • Jack Malvern, 'Chinese Field Trip in the heart of China', The Times, London, England, 26 March 2003

  • David Ward, '380,000 eyes fulfil a sculptor's vision', The Guardian, London, England, 25 March 2003

  • Helen Rumbelow, 'How I gave my body to art (and to Antony Gormley)', The Times, London, England, 15 March 2003

  • Richard Spencer, 'Viewfinder: Asian Field by Antony Gormley', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 15 March 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Cleaning the Cube', V Magazine, New York, USA, March/April 2003

  • Kay Hartenstein Saatchi, 'Into the Outback', Art Review, London, England, March 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Asian Field of Antony Gormley', Art World, March 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Why the long face?', The Guardian, London, England, 26 February 2003

  • Matthew Sweet, 'People's army', The Independent on Sunday, London, England, 23 February 2003

  • Paul Vallely, 'The model sculptor and angel of modern British art', The Independent, London, England, 22 February 2003

  • Jan Barrie, 'Sculptures in the desert: the hottest show around', The West Australian, Australia, 20 February 2003

  • Liz Hull, 'Artist with a nude model army', The Daily Mail, London, England, 19 February 2003

  • Ian Herbert, 'Naked, greased and plastered- a Geordie art form', The Independent, London, England, 19 February 2003

  • Paul Stokes, 'Artist puts 200 people in plaster', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 19 February 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Cast of characters', The Guardian, London, England, 19 February 2003

  • Phill Ward, 'Earth, wind and fire', The Financial Times, London, England, 19 February 2003

  • Coreena Ford, 'Naked Ambition', The Sunday Sun, Newcastle, England, 9 February 2003

  • Kirsty de Garis, '£25 Challenge in Newcastle', The Observer, London, England, 9 February 2003

  • David Whetstone, 'Gormley's bodies of art at the Baltic', The Journal, Newcastle, England, 8 February 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Gormley's back', The Evening Chronicle, Newcastle, England, 8 February 2003

  • Victoria Laurie, 'Isolation through an outsider's eyes- go figure', The Australian, Sydney, Australia, 7 February 2003

  • Nicoletta Fustini, 'Antony Gormley: non solo scultura', Art and Job, anno.5, n. 05, 6 February 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'New public art project unveiled', The Evening Chronicle, Newcastle, England, 6 February 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Gormley junior carves out sculptural niche…' ' … while Dad goes spare at the British Museum', Evening Standard, London, 4 February 2003

  • Simon Tait, 'Fug on the Tyne', The Independent Review, London, England, 3 February 2003

  • Nick Taylor, 'Steel booms in gold town', The Sunday Times, London, England, 2 February 2003

  • Trond Borgen, 'Mennesket: Alle tings malestokk', Kunst 2003:02 20, Oslo, Norway, February 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Come and get plastered for posteriority', The Herald and Post, Gateshead, England, 1 February 2003

  • Martin Gayford, 'Cuerpo y Alma', Harper's Bazaar, Mexico, February 2003

  • Trond Borgen, 'Mennesket: Alle tings målestokk', Kunst, Feburary 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Nude bid to get plastered', Barnsley Star, Barnsley, England, 29 January 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Getting plastered', The Press and Journal, England, 29 January 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Geordies getting plastered', Express and Star, Walsall, England, 29 January 2003

  • Peter Hetherington, 'Wanted: 240 model Geordies for Gormley', The Guardian, London, England, 28 January 2003

  • Paul Stokes, 'Creator of the Angel is now a wrap artist', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 28 January 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Have you got naked ambition?', The Gazette, South Shields, England, 27 January 2003

  • Richard Brooks, 'Culture Column', The Sunday Times, London, England, 26 January 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Sculptor's cast of hundreds', The Northern Echo, Durham, 25 January 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Call to be naked in the name of art', Evening Chronicle, Newcastle, England, 25 January 2003

  • Michael Spens, 'Antony Gormley: Field for the British Isles', Studio International, 22 January 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Naked Ambition', The Journal, Newcastle, England, 18 January 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'Artist turns to China for clay army', BBC News Online, England, 17 January 2003

  • Louise Jury, 'Gormley takes his terracotta army to China', The Independent, London, England, 17 January 2003

  • Lyndall Crisp, 'Divide and conquer', The Australian Financial Review, Australia, 16 January 2003

  • G2 Cover, The Guardian, London, England, 8 January 2003

  • Author Unknown, 'In the bleak midwinter…', The Sunday Times, London, England, 5 January 2003

  • Ron Banks, 'Bold hands shape desert people', The West Australian Saturday, Australia, 4 January 2003

  • Victoria Laurie, 'Strange fruit', The Weekend Australian, Sydney, Australia, 4 - 5 January 2003
  • Author Unknown, 'The Perth International Festival', High Life, British Airways, January 2003

  • Nick Dent, 'Cultural Desert', Black+White, 64, January 2003

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