Antony Gormley

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Cathedral Square

Overview

Material - Sheet Lead on Fibreglass with timber, tubular metal and structural foam
Dimensions - Figure 1 1920mm, Figure 2 1940mm, Figure 3 1920mm
Date Acquired - 1984

Antony Gormley is one of the best known and most popular British sculptors working today. He has shown extensively throughout the world and is probably best known for his sculpture Angel of the North in Gateshead. The Hayward Gallery in London showed a major retrospective of his work in Spring 2007.

Places to Be, as with many of his works, are made from casts of his own body. Originally, the three life size pieces were situated in Monkstone House offices in the city centre before being toured to Thorpe Meadows, Peterborough Cathedral and the City Gallery.

Places to BeĀ is now on display in Cathedral Square.

b. London, 1950

Look up around Cathedral Square (Leeds Building Society, Queensgate & Norwich & Peterborough Building Society)

Antony Gormley

Places to Be

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Cathedral Square

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