Antony Gormley

SCULPTURE AS OBJECT, TATE BRITAIN, LONDON, ENGLAND, 2016 - 2017

31 October 2016 - 12 February 2017 

THREE WAYS: MOULD HOLD AND PASSAGE (1981-82), which was acquired by the Tate in 1995, was on display at Tate Britain alongside works by Tony Cragg, Richard Wentworth, Bill Woodrow, Anish Kapoor, Shirazeh Houshia, Shelagh Cluett, Richard Deacon, Jacqui Poncelet, and Alison Wilding.

THREE WAYS: MOULD, HOLD AND PASSAGE, 1981-1982

THREE WAYS: MOULD, HOLD AND PASSAGE, 1981-1982
Lead and plaster
60 x 98 x 50 cm (MOULD)
62 x 123 x 80 cm (HOLE)
34 x 209 x 50 cm (PASSAGE)
Installation view, Tate Britain, London, England
Photography © Tate, 2016
Photographer Joe Humphrys

THREE WAYS: MOULD, HOLD AND PASSAGE, 1981-1982

THREE WAYS: MOULD, HOLD AND PASSAGE, 1981-1982
Lead and plaster
60 x 98 x 50 cm (MOULD)
62 x 123 x 80 cm (HOLE)
34 x 209 x 50 cm (PASSAGE)
Installation view, Tate Britain, London, England
Photography © Tate, 2016
Photographer Joe Humphrys

THREE WAYS: MOULD, HOLD AND PASSAGE, 1981-1982

THREE WAYS: MOULD, HOLD AND PASSAGE, 1981-1982
Lead and plaster
60 x 98 x 50 cm (MOULD)
62 x 123 x 80 cm (HOLE)
34 x 209 x 50 cm (PASSAGE)
Installation view, Tate Britain, London, England
Photography © Tate, 2016
Photographer Joe Humphrys

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