Antony Gormley

2008

2007
  • Eimear McKeith, 'The island leaving the art world green with envy', Sunday Tribune, Dublin, Ireland, 30 December 2007

  • Fiachra O'Cionnaith, 'Giant Sculpture for Docklands gets go-ahead', Evening Herald, Dublin, Ireland, 15 December 2007

  • Colm Kelpie, '46m sculpture planned for Liffey', Metro, Dublin, Ireland, 14 December 2007

  • Colm Kelpie, 'Plans for 46m statue on river', Irish Examiner, Dublin, Ireland, 14 December 2007

  • John K Grande, 'The Body as Architecture', ETC, Montreal, Canada, No. 80, December 2007 - February 2008

  • David Cohen, 'Smoke and Figures', The New York Sun, New York, USA, 21 November 2007

  • Leslie Camhi, 'Fog Alert', The Village Voice, New York, USA, 21 - 27 November 2007

  • Deborah Wilk, 'Antony Gormley: Blind Light', Time Out New York, New York, USA, 15 - 21 November 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Blind Light: Sean Kelly Gallery', The Architect's Newspaper, New York, USA, 14 November 2007

  • Francesca Martin, 'Arts Diary', Guardian, London, England, 7 November 2007

  • Will Self, 'Psycho Geography: Hideous Towns', The Independent Magazine, The Independent, London, England, 3 November 2007

  • Brian Willems, 'Bundle Theory: Antony Gormley and Julian Barnes', artUS, Los Angeles, USA, Issue 20, Winter 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Antony Gormley: Blind Light', Artcal.net, 1 November 2007

  • '4th Annual New Prints Review', Art on Paper, New York, USA, Vol. 12, No. 2, November-December 2007

  • Albery Jaritz, 'Figuren nach eigenem Gardemaß', Märkische Oderzeitung, Berlin, Germany, 23 October 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Der Menschliche Körper', Berliner Morgenpost, Berlin, Germany, 18 October 2007

  • Albery Jaritz, 'Figuren nach eigenem Gardemaß', Lausitzer Rundschau, Berlin, Germany, 6 October 2007

  • Natalia Marianchyk, 'Top World Artists come to Kyiv', What's on, Kyiv, Ukraine, No. 36, 5-11 October 2007

  • Maria Leontieva, 'See "Reflection" at Pinchuk Art Centre', The Guide: The Kyiv Post, Kyiv, Ukraine, Vol. 12, Issue 40, 4 October 2007

  • Martina Jammers, 'Körper und Transformationen', Tip Magazin, Berlin, Germany, 2 October 2007

  • Ian Banks, 'Artists taking the lead: Visionary shift in UK arts policy or just cultural spin?', Public Art Review, St Paul, Minnesota, USA, Issue 37, Fall/Winter 2007

  • Andreas Kaernbach 'Antony Gormley: Feeling Material' & Marc Wellmann, 'Antony Gormley: Bodies in Space', Museums Journal, Berlin, Germany, Issue 4:21, October - December 2007

  • Photograph 'Bubble Matrix: arms and legs bent apart', illustrating Edvard I Moser, 'Atlas on Our Shoulders', Nature, London, England, 27 September 2007

  • Nicholas Hytner, 'Performance Premium', The House Magazine: The Parliamentary Monitor, London, England, Issue 1230, 22 September 2007

  • Daniel Völzke, 'Kurz & Kritisch', Taggespiegel, Berlin, Germany, 18 September 2007

  • Ingeborg Ruthe, 'Die Doppelgänger', Magazin, Berliner Zeitung, Berlin, Germany, No. 216, 15-16 September 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Heiliger-Preis für Bundestags-Künstler Gormley', BZ, Berlin, Germany, 15 September 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'What's in a Name', Portfolio, Dublin, Ireland, 14 September 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Major Sculpture Planned for Docklands', Northside People East, Dublin, Ireland, 12 September 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Local News: New Public Art for Docklands', Living In, Dublin, Ireland, 10 September 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Wackypedia', The Irish Independent, Dublin, Ireland, 8 September 2007

  • 'Letters to the Editor: Plan for Giant Liffey Sculpture', The Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland, 8 September 2007

  • Charlotte Higgins, 'Who's Shocking Now?', The Guardian, London, England, 8 September 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Dublin Port and Docks: International Events and Conferences', The Phoenix, Dublin, Ireland, 7 September 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Dockland Sculpture gets Thumbs-Up', The Phoenix, Dublin, Ireland, 7 September 2007

  • 'Letters to the Editor: Plan for Giant Liffey Sculpture', The Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland, 5 September 2007

  • 'Letters to the Editor: Plan for Giant Liffey Sculpture', The Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland, 3 September 2007

  • John Burns, 'Crossed Wires', The Sunday Times, Dublin, Ireland, 2 September 2007

  • 'Editorial', Innovation, September 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Bertie Statue's a real talking Point', The Daily Mirror, Dublin, Ireland, 31 August 2007

  • Olivia Kelly, 'Planned Docklands Statue causes Heated Debate', The Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland, 30 August 2007

  • Editorial, 'In Praise of … Statues', The Guardian, London, England, 30 August 2007

  • Antony Gormley, 'Feeling into Form', Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London, England, Vol. 362, No. 1484, 29 August 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Major Sculpture Planned for Docklands', Southside People, Dublin, Ireland, 29 August 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Facing into Dublin Docklands Future', Citywide News Northwest, Dublin, Ireland, 29 August 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Major Sculpture Planned for Docklands', Northside People West, Dublin, Ireland, 29 August 2007

  • Miles Kingston, 'A Stagger through Shambolia and Bazakhstan', The Independent, London, England, 28 August 2007

  • Joe Duffy, 'It's all in a Nickname', Irish Mail on Sunday, Dublin, Ireland, 26 August 2007

  • Sorcha Griffith, 'Give it the Boot', Irish Daily Mirror, Dublin, Ireland, 25 August 2007

  • Aidan Dunne, 'The very big fellow', Irish Times Weekend Review, Dublin, Ireland, 25 August 2007

  • Paul Melia, 'Howya Head… Statue to Dwarf City Skyline', Irish Independent, Dublin, Ireland, 25 August 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'A Real Pain in the Art', The Star, Dublin, Ireland, 24 August 2007

  • Mark Dooley, 'This Hideous Monstrosity will Tarnish Dublin Forever', Irish Daily Mail, Dublin, Ireland, 24 August 2007

  • Roslyn Dee, 'Let's Welcome a "Magnificent, Modern Gulliver of our Times"', Irish daily Mail, Dublin, Ireland, 24 August 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Try Looking Harder', Irish Daily Mail, Dublin, Ireland, 24 August 2007

  • Billy Scanlan, 'Just a Bit Iffy about the Giant in the Liffey', Irish Daily Star, Dublin, Ireland, 24 August 2007

  • Bríd Higgins Ní Chnnéide, 'Reaction to Proposed Antony Gormley Sculpture is Mixed', Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland, 24 August 2007

  • Fergus O'Shea, 'Monuments to the Great Irish Wit: First Came a Floozie in the Jacuzzi, Time in the Slime and Stiletto in the Ghetto Now We've got Wire in the Mire', The Sun (Irish edition), Dublin, Ireland, 24 August 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Highsore: resident's Fury at Plan to Build 48m Statue on Banks of Liffey', Irish Daily Mirror, Dublin, Ireland, 24 August 2007

  • Helen Bruce, 'Art… or Giant Eyesore?', Irish Daily Mail, Dublin, Ireland, 24 August 2007

  • Aidan Dunne, 'Gormley Plans 48m Sculpture for Dublin Docklands', The Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland, 23 August 2007

  • Mark Lawson, 'The Lure of UFO Spookiness and Sheer Improbability', The Guardian, London, England, 17 August 2007

  • Jo Steele, 'Those Sights we Wish we Hadn't Seen', Metro, London, England, 17 August 2007

  • Rachel Williams, 'So What on Earth's the Big Attraction?', The Guardian, London, England, 17 August 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Can Gormley Repeat Feat?', The Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland, 4 August 2007

  • Marie O'Halloran, 'Giant Sculpture to be Located in Liffey', The Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland, 2 August 2007

  • Ron Arad, 'London by Ron Arad', En Route, Montreal, Canada, August 2007

  • Oliver Marre, 'Thinking Inside the Box', The Observer, London, England, 29 July 2007

  • 'Last Weeks - Antony Gormley: Blind Light', The Times, London, England, 28 July 2007

  • Karel Ankerman, 'De Comfortabele Gevangene', Het Financieele Dagblad, FD Persoonlijk, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 21 July 2007

  • Anna Somers Cocks, 'Quattro passi tra le nuvole', Il Giornale Dell' Arte, Turin, Italy, No. 267, July-August 2007

  • F. David Peat, 'The Inner Darkness of the Body: An Interview with Antony Gormley', The Pari Dialogues: Essays in Science, Religion, Society and the Arts, , Pari, Grosetto, Italy, Vol. 1, July 2007

  • Brigit Sonna, 'Heraus Forderung an die Region: Antony Gormley Kunstler, Großbritannien', 10 Jahre Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Germany, July 2007

  • Peter Campbell, 'On the Skyline', London Review of Books, London, England, Vol. 29, No. 12, 21 June 2007

  • F David Peat, 'Gormley's Spaces', Prospect Magazine, London, England, June 2007

  • Martin Gayford, 'Crouching Figure, Burning Waste Man', Art News, New York, USA, June 2007

  • Charles Desjardins, 'Liverpool Today: Capitale Européenne de la culture 2008', Cimase, Paris, France, No. 54, June-August 2007

  • Jonathan Jones, 'Gormley is the new Henry Moore: Third Rate', London, England, 23 May 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'On the Web', The Guardian, London, England, 23 May 2007

  • Louise Jury, 'The Southbank Light Show', The Evening Standard, London, England, 23 May 2007

  • Jonathan Jones, 'Smoke and Mirrors', The Guardian, London, England, 22 May 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Don't Jump…to Conclusions', The Sun, London, England, 21 May 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Suicide' Statues in 999 Alerts', Daily Express, London, England, 21 May 2007

  • Madeleine Bunting, 'Artists are now taking the Lead Politicians have Failed to give', The Guardian, London, England, 21 May 2007

  • Waldemar Januszczak, 'A feng shui sort of talent: The darker side of Antony Gormley takes hold at the Hayward', The Sunday Times Culture Magazine, London, England, 20 May 2007

  • Andrew Graham-Dixon, 'Space Invaders', The Sunday Telegraph Seven Magazine, London, England, 20 May 2007

  • Marcus Field, 'The People vs Gormley', The Independent on Sunday, London, England, 20 May 2007

  • Laura Cumming, 'We're not the only ones in a Fog', The Observer Review, London, England, 20 May 2007

  • Jackie Wullschlager, 'Mind, Bodies and Spirit', Financial Times, London, England, 19/20 May 2007

  • Elizabeth Hopkirk, 'The Nude that's Barely Noticed', The Evening Standard, London, England, 17 May 2007

  • Fiona Macdonald, 'A Telling Body of Work', MetroLife, London, England, 17 May 2007

  • Richard Dorment, 'Gormley Finds Himself in the Fog', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 15 May 2007

  • 'Eyewitness 14.05.07 Hayward Gallery', The Guardian, London, England, 15 May 2007

  • Tom Lubbock, 'Blinded by the Light', The Independent, London, England, 15 May 2007

  • Dalya Alberge, 'My Art Scares you? That's the Point of it, says the Artist', The Times, London, England, 15 May 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Don't let my new artwork blind your judgement…', Yorkshire Post, Leeds, England, 15 May 2007

  • Sam Wollaston, 'He's a bit bad tempered, but Antony Gormley has every right to be pleased with himself', The Guardian G2, London, England, 15 May 2007

  • Adrian Searle, 'Antony's Army', The Guardian G2, London, England, 15 May 2007

  • Louise Jury, 'The chance to get lost in a pea-souper at the Hayward', Evening Standard, London, England, 14 May 2007

  • Bo Wilson, 'Is it art? Er, we haven't got the foggiest', London Lite, London, England, 14 May 2007

  • David Smith, 'Antony Gormley: All the World is his Gallery', The Observer, London, England, 13 May 2007

  • Cole Moreton, 'City of Angels: Antony Gormley Leads Artists on to the Streets', The Independent, London, England, 13 May 2007

  • Alistair Sooke, 'Antony Gormley at the Hayward Gallery', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 12 May 2007

  • Fiona Maddocks, 'Am I a Megalomaniac? Have I gone mad?', Evening Standard, London, England, 11 May 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Gormley not Flying the Flag for Eurovision', The Independent, London, England, 11 May 2007

  • Anita Sethi, 'Pieces of me: Beeban Kidron', The Guardian G2, London, England, 10 May 2007

  • Katie Toms, 'He's been putting himself about a bit', The Observer, London, England, 6 May 2007

  • Peter Aspden, 'Angel of the South Bank', Financial Times, London, England, 5 May 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Exhibitionist: Gallery Guides', Financial Times, London, England, 3 May 2007

  • Nigel Reynolds, 'Sculptor shows off his Naked Ambition', The Daily Telegraph, London, England, 2 May 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Gormley Clones Invade City', The Times, London, England, 2 May 2007

  • Ed Caesar, 'Starkers in the City, by Antony Gormley', The Independent, London, England, 2 May 2007

  • Joanna Pitman, 'The Sculptor without a Safety Net', The Times, London, England, 2 May 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'The Big Picture', Daily Mirror, London, England, 2 May 2007

  • Francesca Martin, 'Cast show', Harper's Bazaar, London, England, May 2007

  • Gabriele Magnani, 'Sulle Rive Dell'Arte', Architectural Digest, Milan, Italy, No. 312, May 2007

  • Louise Jury, 'The day London's Population grew by 31', Evening Standard, London, England, 1 May 2007

  • Cressida Connolly, 'Casting Director', Vogue Magazine, London, England, May 2007 (photograph Juergen Teller)

  • Gian Luca Amadei, 'Event Horizon', Art and Architecture Journal, London, England, No. 65, Spring 2007

  • Author Unknown, Antony Gormley, 'Another Place, 1997', Sleek Magazine, Berlin, Germany, Spring 2007

  • Charlotte Mullins, 'Here's looking at you', The Daily Telegraph, 28 April 2007

  • Cinzia Fratucello, 'Segni Oltre il Reale: Colloquio con Antony Gormley e Oliviero Rainaldi', Inside Italia, Rome, Italy, April 2007

  • Sergey Kovalevsky, 'Antony Gormley: Another Place', Tatlin, Ekaterinburg, Russia, April 2007

  • Robert Dex, 'Angels of the South', South London Press, London, England, 16 March 2007

  • Brian Ferguson, 'Angel of the North Creator Winging his way to Leith', Edinburgh Evening News, Edinburgh, Scotland, 13 March 2007

  • Author Unknown, 'Les Hommes nus sont la pour de bon', Le Monde, Paris, France, 11 March 2007

  • David Ward, 'Gormley's Wandering Tribe find a Home', The Guardian, London, England, 9 March 2007

  • Ian Herbert, 'Tide turns in favour of Gormley's Iron Men', The Independent, London, England, 9 March 2007

  • 'People Power', The Observer Supplement, The Blair years 1997-2007, London, England, March 2007

  • Sergey Kovalevsky, 'Freak of the Imagination', 60 Parallel, Surgut, Russia, No. 1 (24), March 2007

  • Ferdinando Acciola, 'Roma: Un 'tempio', per Gormley e Rainaldi', Inside Italia, Rome, Italy, March 2007

  • Roberto Lacarbonara, 'Body and Mind: Rainaldi & Gormley', Eventi Culturali, Rome, Italy, February 2007

  • Lilly Wei, 'Report from Sydney: Remapping the Art World', Art In America, New York, USA, January 2007

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

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