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Bibliography

Monographs, solo exhibition catalogues and artist books

2016


  • HOST, Galleria Continua, Beijing, China. Text by Antony Gormley
  • FIELD FOR THE BRITISH ISLES, Hayward Publishing, London, England. Texts by Hugh Brody and Antony Gormley
  • LAND, The Landmark Trust, Maidenhead, England. Text by Jeanette Winterson
  • CAST, Alan Cristea Gallery, London, England. Text by James Hall
  • EVENT HORIZON HONG KONG, The British Council, Hong Kong. Texts by Antony Gormley, Ackbar Abbas, Robert Ness and Adrian Cheng

2015

  • ANTONY GORMLEY ON SCULPTURE, Thames & Hudson, London, England. Text by Antony Gormley
  • HUMAN, Forma Edizioni, Florence, Italy. Texts by Dario Nardella, Sergio Risaliti, Andrew Benjamin, Mario Codognato, Marco Casamonti. Antony
  • Gormley interviewed by Arabella Natalini
  • SECOND BODY, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France. Texts by Guitemie Maldonado and William Forsythe. Antony Gormley interviewed by
  • Hans Ulrich Obrist

2014

  • ROOM, Corbin & King, London, England. Text by Margaret Iversen
  • EXPANSION FIELD, Zentrum Paul Klee, Bern, Switzerland. Texts by Rebecca Comay, Peter Fischer and Andrew Renton
  • MEET, Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Stockholm, Sweden. Text by Maaretta Jaukkuri
  • ANOTHER TIME MARDALSFOSSEN, Mardalsfossen, Norway. Texts by Marit Wadsten, Eckhard Schneider. Antony Gormley interviewed by Be Andr
  • STATES AND CONDITIONS, HONG KONG, White Cube Hong Kong. Text by Huang Du. Antony Gormley interviewed by Richard Noble

2013

  • ACCORDING TO A GIVEN MEAN, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels. Text by Jean Paul Van Bendegem. Antony Gormley interviewed by Mary Moore
  • METER, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg. Text by Martin Caiger-Smith
  • MODEL, White Cube, London. Texts by Antony Gormley and Michael Newman
  • FIRMAMENT AND OTHER FORMS, Middelheim Museum, Antwerp, Belgium. Texts by Antony Gormley, Frank Maes and Sara Weyns
  • STILL BEING / CORPOS PRESENTES, 2nd ed., Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, São Paulo, Brazil. Texts by Marcello Dantas, Agnaldo Farias, W. J.
  • T. Mitchell and Luiz Camillo Osorio. Antony Gormley interviewed by Marcello Dantas

2012

  • STILL BEING / CORPOS PRESENTES, Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, São Paolo, Brazil. Texts by Marcello Dantas, Agnaldo Farias and W. J. T.
  • Mitchell. Antony Gormley interviewed by Marcello Dantas
  • HORIZON FIELD HAMBURG (Deichtorhallen Hamburg / Snoeck, Cologne). Texts by Stephen Levinson, Dirk Luckow and Iain Boyd Whyte
  • VESSEL, Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, Italy. Texts by Mario Cristiani and Mario Codognato. Conversation between Antony Gormley, Saskia
  • Sassen and Richard Sennett. Antony Gormley interviewed by Mario Cristiani

2011

  • ANTONY GORMLEY: MEMES, Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia. Text by Renata Salecl
  • FOR THE TIME BEING, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France. Text by Pierre Tillet
  • HORIZON FIELD, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria. Texts by Eckhard Schneider, Martin Seel and Beat Wyss
  • STILL STANDING, Fontanka, London, England. Texts by Margaret Iversen, Dimitri Ozerkov and Anna Trofimova
  • IHME CONTEMPORARY ART FESTIVAL 2009, Pro Arte Foundation, Helsinki, Finland. Introduction by Paula Topplia, Interview by Paulo Herkenhoff

2010

  • ANTONY GORMLEY: APERTURE, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium. Texts by Frank Maes and Roger Penrose
  • ANTONY GORMLEY (Modern Artists series), Tate Publishing, London, UK. Texts by Martin Caiger-Smith
  • ONE AND OTHER: ANTONY GORMLEY, Jonathan Cape, London, UK. Texts by Hugh Brody, Lee Hall, Darian Leader, Alphonso Lingis and Hans
  • Ulrich Obrist
  • EXPOSURE, Lelystad, The Municipality of Lelystad, The Netherlands. Texts by Karel Ankerman and Christophe Van Gerrewey
  • EVENT HORIZON, Madison Square Park Conservancy, New York, USA. Texts by Colm Toibin and others
  • ANTONY GORMLEY: DRAWING SPACE, MACRO (Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Roma) / Electa, Rome. Text by Anna Moszynska. Antony
  • Gormley interviewed by Luca Massimo Barbero

2009

  • ATAXIA II, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France / Salzburg, Austria. Text by Rod Mengham
  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria. Texts by Antonio Damasio, Yilmaz Dziewior and Marcus Steinweg
  • ANTONY GORMLEY: ANOTHER SINGULARITY, Galleria Continua Beijing, China
  • GORMLEY ON GUERNSEY, The International Artist in Residence Programme, Guernsey. Text by Antony Gormley

2008

  • ACTS, STATES, TIMES, PERSPECTIVES, Edition Copenhagen / World House Editions, Copenhagen, Denmark. Text by Poul Erik Tøjner
  • ANTONY GORMLEY: BETWEEN YOU AND ME, Kunsthal Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands. Texts by Fernando Huici March and Rod Mengham.
  • Antony Gormley interviewed by Pierre Tillet
  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Monterrey, Mexico. Texts by Jorge Contreras and Mark Cousins. Antony Gormley interviewed
  • by Hans Ulrich Obrist

2007

  • ANTONY GORMLEY, SteidlMack, London, England / Göttingen, Germany. Texts by Antony Gormley and Richard Noble
  • ANTONY GORMLEY: BLIND LIGHT, Hayward Gallery Publishing, London, England. Texts by W. J. T. Mitchell, Susan Stewart and Anthony Vidler.
  • Conversation between Antony Gormley, Jacky Klein and Ralph Rugoff
  • ANTONY GORMLEY: BODIES IN SPACE, Bernhard-Heiliger-Stiftung, Berlin, Germany. Texts by Sabine Heiliger, Manfred Schneckenburger and
  • Marc Wellman

2006

  • FAI SPAZIO PRENDI POSTO / MAKING SPACE TAKING PLACE, Gli Ori / Associazione Arte Continua, San Gimignano, Italy. Texts by Achille
  • Bonito Oliva, Mario Cristiani, Antony Gormley, Alphonso Lingis, James Putnam and Vincenzo Ruggiero
  • ANTONY GORMLEY: ASIAN FIELD, Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts, Singapore. Texts by Tsutomu
  • Mizusawa and Eugene Tan (trans. Kikuko Ogawa)
  • INTERSEZIONI 2: TIME HORIZON, Parco Archeologico di Scolacium, Roccelletta di Borgia, Catanzaro, Italy. Texts by Bruno Corà, Alberto Fiz, Maria
  • Grazia Aisa and Colin Renfrew
  • ASIAN FIELD: MAKERS & MADE, Hand Books, London, England
  • ANTONY GORMLEY: BREATHING ROOM, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France. Texts by Michael Doser, Catherine Ferbos-Nakov, Antony
  • Gormley, Ann Hindry, Marc Hindry, Paolo Molaro and David Quéré

2005

  • ANTONY GORMLEY: INSIDE AUSTRALIA, Thames & Hudson, London, England. Texts by Anthony Bond, Hugh Brody, Shelagh Magadza and Finn
  • Pederson

2004

  • MASS AND EMPATHY, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, Portugal. Texts by Paolo Herkenhoff and Maria Filomena Molder. Antony Gormley
  • interviewed by Jorge Molder
  • BROKEN COLUMN, Wigestrand Forlag in cooperation with Rogaland Museum of Fine Arts, Stavanger, Norway. Edited by Jan Inge Reilstad. Texts
  • by Stephan Bann, Trond Borgen, Kjartan Fløgstad and Siri Meyer
  • ANTONY GORMLEY: CLEARING II-CONCENTRATE II, Umedalen Skulptur 2004, organised by Galleri Stefan Andersson AB and Balticgruppen,
  • Umeå, Sweden. Text by Antony Gormley
  • DOMAIN FIELD AT WINCHESTER: ANTONY GORMLEY, Hampshire County Council, Winchester, England. Texts by Antony Gormley and Darian
  • Leader
  • ASIAN FIELD, British Council / Hunan Fine Arts Publishing House, Hunan, China. Texts and drawings by visitors to ASIAN FIELD tour of China
  • MAKING SPACE, Hand Books, London. Texts by Darian Leader, Andrew Renton and Richard Sennett. Antony Gormley interviewed by Adrian Searle

2003

  • ANTONY GORMLEY: STANDING MATTER, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria. Texts by Norman Rosenthal and Eckhard Schneider
  • ASIAN FIELD, The British Council, London, England. Texts by Hu Fang and Richard Noble. Antony Gormley interviewed by Sui Jianguo
  • DOMAIN FIELD, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, England. Text by Darian Leader

2002

  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Texts by Lisa Jardine and Michael Tarantino. Antony
  • Gormley interviewed by Enrique Juncosa
  • ANTONY GORMLEY: WORKBOOKS I, 1977-1992, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Artist's book to
  • accompany solo exhibition. Texts and drawings by Antony Gormley
  • ANTONY GORMLEY DRAWING, The British Museum, London, England. Text by Anna Moszynska

2001

  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Contemporary Sculpture Centre, Tokyo, Japan
  • SOME OF THE FACTS, Tate St Ives, Cornwall, England. Texts by Iwona Blazwick, Stephen Levinson and Will Self
  • STATES AND CONDITIONS, Orchard Gallery, Derry, Northern Ireland. Texts by Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith, Brendan McMenamin and Declan
  • McGonagle

2000

  • QUANTUM CLOUDS AND OTHER WORK, Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France. Texts by Anne Hindry and Ian Tromp
  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Phaidon Press, London, England. Revised edition with an additional essay by W. J. T. Mitchell. Antony Gormley in
  • conversation with E. H. Gombrich. Texts by Antony Gormley, John Hutchinson and Lela B. Njatin. Antony Gormley interviewed by Declan McGonagle

1999

  • TOTAL STRANGERS, Edition Cantz, Ostfildern, Germany. Texts by Antje von Graevenitz and Ingrid Mehmel. Antony Gormley interviewed by Udo
  • Kittelman
  • GORMLEY / THEWELEIT [publication about the installations Field, Host and Another Place], Kunsthalle zu Kiel and Cuxhaven Kunstverein,
  • Germany. Three-way discussion between Antony Gormley, Monika Kubale-Theweleit and Klaus Theweleit. Introduction by Hans-Werner Schmidt
  • ANTONY GORMLEY: FIELD FOR THE BRITISH ISLES. CONTEXTS: WRITINGS AND STATEMENTS, National Touring Exhibitions Education, The
  • Arts Council Collection, Hayward Gallery, London, England. Selection by Helen Luckett

1998

  • MAKING AN ANGEL, Booth-Clibborn Editions, London, England. Texts by Gail-Nina Anderson, Stephanie Brown, Beatrix Campbell, Neil Carstairs,
  • Antony Gormley and Iain Sinclair
  • CELEBRATING AN ANGEL, Gateshead Arts and Libraries Department, Gateshead, England (commemorative brochure for ANGEL OF THE
  • NORTH)
  • POLES APART, Galerie Jablonka, Cologne, Germany. A Visit (poem) by Simon Armitage
  • CRITICAL MASS, Royal Academy, London, England. Antony Gormley interviewed by George Benjamin

1996

  • BODY AND LIGHT, Jay Jopling / White Cube, London. Independent Art Space exhibition catalogue.
  • STILL MOVING: WORKS 1975-1996, Japan Association of Art Museums, Tokyo, Japan. Texts by Stephen Bann, Daniel Birnbaum, Antony Gormley,
  • Tadayasu Sakai and Kazuo Yamawaki
  • ANTONY GORMLEY, FIELD FOR THE BRITISH ISLES (pamphlet), Arts Council Collection, London, England. Text by Adrian Searle
  • ANTONY GORMLEY, FIELD, Riga,Tallin, Vilnius. The Association of Latvian Art Museum/The British Council. Antony Gormley interviewed by
  • Marjotica Potrc

1995

  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic / The British Council. Antony Gormley interviewed by Marjetica Potrc
  • CRITICAL MASS, Stadtraum Remise, Vienna, Austria. Text by Andrew Renton. Antony Gormley interviewed by Edek Bartz. Excerpts from Crowds
  • and Power by Elias Canetti
  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Phaidon Press, London, England. Antony Gormley in conversation with E. H. Gombrich. Texts by Antony Gormley, John
  • Hutchinson and Lela B Njatin. Antony Gormley interviewed by Declan McGonagle

1994

  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Antony Gormley interviewed by Marjetica Potrc
  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Muzej Suvremene Umjetnosti, Zagreb, Croatia / The British Council. Text by Stephen Bann
  • OPEN SPACE, Ville de Rennes, France. Text by Philippe Hardy
  • EUROPAI MEZO, Ludwig Muzeum, Budapest, Hungary / The British Council. Text by Stephen Bann. Antony Gormley interviewed by Marjetica Potrc
  • FIELD FOR THE BRITISH ISLES, Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno, Wales. Texts by Lewis Biggs, Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith and Marjetica Potrc
  • FIELD FOR THE BRITISH ISLES (pamphlet), Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno, Wales. Text by Adrian Plant
  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Galeria Pedro Oliveira, Oporto, Portugal. Text by Andrew Renton

1993

  • LEARNING TO SEE, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France / Salzburg, Austria. Text by Yehuda Safran. Antony Gormley interviewed by Roger
  • Bevan
  • FIELD, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Canada / Oktagon, Stuttgart, Germany. Texts by Antony Gormley, Thomas McEvilley, Gabriel Orozco and
  • Pierre Théberge
  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden / Tate Gallery, Liverpool, England / Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland. Pub.
  • London. Texts by Stephen Bann and Lewis Biggs. Antony Gormley interviewed by Declan McGonagle
  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Malmö Konsthall, Sweden. Text by Karsten Thurfjell
  • FIELD: AN INSTALLATION BY ANTONY GORMLEY, Gallery One, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, USA. Artist's statement by Antony
  • Gormley

1992

  • ANTONY GORMLEY: LEARNING TO SEE: BODY AND SOUL, Contemporary Sculpture Centre, Tokyo, Japan. Text by Masahiro

1991

  • ANTONY GORMLEY: FIELD AND OTHER FIGURES, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas, USA. Texts by Richard Calvocoressi, Antony Gormley and Thomas McEvilley

1989

  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark. Texts by Richard Calvocoressi and Oystein Hjort
  • A FIELD FOR THE ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES / A ROOM FOR THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN DESERT, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Texts by Anthony Bond and Antony Gormley

1988

  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Contemporary Sculpture Centre, Tokyo, Japan. Text by Tadayasu Sakai

1987

  • GORMLEY, The Seibu Department Stores, Tokyo, Japan. Text by Michael Newman
  • ANTONY GORMLEY: FIVE WORKS, Serpentine Gallery / Arts Council of Great Britain, London, England

1985

  • ANTONY GORMLEY: DRAWINGS, Salvatore Ala Gallery, Milan, Italy / New York, USA
  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Städtische Galerie Regensburg & Frankfurter Kunstverein, Germany. Texts by Veit Loers and Sandy Nairne

1984

  • ANTONY GORMLEY, DRAWINGS FROM THE MIND'S EYE, Riverside Studios, Hammersmith / Chapter, Cardiff, Wales
  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Salvatore Ala Gallery, Milan, Italy / New York, USA. English and Italian editions. Text by Lynne Cooke

1981

  • ANTONY GORMLEY, Bulletin Sheet, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, England. Text by Jenni Lomax


General publications and group exhibition catalogues

  • Ogor, Didier Gourvennec and Gregory Lang, Artists an Architecture: Variable Dimensions (Pavillon de l’Arsenal, Italy 2015)
  • Grovier, Kelly, Art Since 1989 (Thames & Hudson, London 2015)
  • Sexton, Penelope (ed.), Periodic Tales: Art of The Elements (Compton Verney, Warwickshire 2015), p. 19 + 28
  • Reib, Eva, ‘Intention versus restorability. About ephemerality of artist’s materials.’ Diploma Thesis (German Association of Conserator-Restorers, 2011)
  • Vroonen, Erno and Anna Wondrak, Van Tukyckom-Taets Collection (Leo Van Tuyckom, Brussels, 2015)
  • Fortenberry, Diane and Rebecca Morrill (eds.), Body of Art (Phaidon Press, London, 2015), pp. 392-393
  • Rhodes, Michael, Devon’s Torre Abbey, Faith, Politics and Grand Designs (The History Press, Gloucestershire 2015)
  • Husslein-Arco, Agnes and Anne de Boismilon (eds.), Love Story: Sammlung Anne und Wolfgang Titze (Grasl FairPrint, Bad Vöslau, Austria 2014); texts by Agnes Husslein-Arco, Mario Codognato, Severin Dünser, Luisa Ziaja, Sol LeWitt and Loïc Malle
  • Beard, Lee and Rebecca Morrill (eds.), The Twenty-First Century Art Book (Phaidon, London 2014); texts by Jonathan Griffin, Paul Harper, David Trigg and Eliza Williams, p.102
  • Baucheron, Éléa aand Diane Routex, XXL Art: When artists think big (Prestel Verlag, Munich 2014)
  • Hall, James, The Self-portrait: A Cultural History (Thames & Hudson Ltd, London 2014)
  • Acton, Mary, Learning to Look at Sculpture (Routledge, London 2014)
  • Mitchell, WJT, Czego Chca Obrazy? (Narodowe Centrum Kultury, Warsaw 2013)
  • Collins, Ian (ed.), Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia (Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich 2013)
  • Encounter: The Royal Acedemy in the Middle East (Cultural Village Foundation, Katara Doha, Qatar 2013); texts by Kathy Battista, Sa'id Costa, David Thorp
  • Drawing Line into Form: Works on Paper by Sculptors (Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington, U.S.A. 2013); text by Rock Hushka
  • Uncommon Ground: Land Art in Britatin 1966-1979 (Hayward Publishing, London 2013); texts by Nicholas Alfrey, Joy Sleeman, Ben Tufnell
  • Ron Arad: Last Train (Steinmetz, Geneva, Switzerland 2013); text by Francesco Clemente
  • Albano, Caterina, Fear and Art in the Contemporary World (Reaktion Books, London 2012)
  • Bird, Michael, 100 Ideas that Changed Art (Laurence King, London 2012)
  • Grant, Simon (ed.), In my view: Personal reflections on art by today’s leading artists (Thames & Hudson, London 2012); text by Antony Gormley and various authors
  • Weber, C. Sylvia (ed.) Von Kopf bis Fuss: Menschenbilder im Fokus der Sammlung Würth (Kunsthalle Würth, Schwäbisch Hall and Swiridoff Verlag, Künzelsau 2012); Texts by Beate Elsen-Schwedler, Werner Spies and C. Sylvia Weber
  • Coppard, Abbie (ed.), RA Now: an exhibition of work by today’s Royal Academicians from Anish Kapoor to Zaha Hadid (Royal Academy of Arts, London 2012)
  • The Art Book (Phaidon, London 2012); texts by various authors
  • The Last Days of Pompeii: Decadence, Apocolypse, Resurrection (J. Paul Getty Trust, Los Angeles, California 2012); texts by Victoria C. Gardiner Coates, Kenneth Lapatin and Jon L. Sedyl with contributions by Mary Beard, Adrian Stähli, William St. Clair and Annika Bautz
  • Unlimited Bodies: Corps Sans Limite (Paris, France 2012); texts by Anne-Sarah Benichou, Jérôme Lefèvre and Caroline Smulders
  • House of Cards: An exhibition of contemporary sculpture in response to Chardin (Christie’s, London, England 2012); texts by Richard Cork and Francis Outred
  • Arte Torna Arte (Giunti Editore S.p.A, Florence, Italy 2012); texts by Bruno Corà, Franca Falletti and Daria Filardo
  • Crisis Commission Auction Catalouge (Crisis, London 2012)
  • Gormley to Gaga: Transformation and Revelation (Victoria & Albert Museum, London, 2012)
  • Alpine Desire (Passagen Verlag, Vienna, Austria 2012)
  • Aldersey-Williams, Elements: A Visual Journey Around the Periodic Table (Science Gallery, Dublin, Ireland 2011)
  • TRA: Edge of Becoming (Vervoordt Foundation, Wijnegem, Belgium 2011)
  • Geste Serpentine et Autres Propheties (Fonds Régional D'art Contemporain de Lorraine, Metz, France 2011)
  • Royal Academy Illustrated 2011 (Royal Academy of Arts, London, England 2011)
  • Froschbarfant und Andere Tiere in der Kunst (Galerie im Traklhaus, Salzburg, Austria 2011)
  • Artists for Kettles Yard (Kettles Yard, Cambridge, UK 2011)
  • Merrony, Mark (ed.), Mougins M\useum of classical art, (Tien Wah Press, Mougins –France- 2011); Texts by: Richard Galy, Mark Merrony, Julianne Courtts, Peter A. Clayton, John Boardman, John Pollini, Jeffrey Spier, Murray Eiland, Mike Burns, Marcus Junkelmann, Max Tursi, Chirstopher Howgego, Daylya Algerge
  • Graham and Pooke, Grant, Understand Contemporary Art, (McGraw-Hill, London 2011)
  • Devaney, Edith (ed.), Royal Academicians, (Seongnam Cultural Foundation, Seoul 2011)
  • Gether, Christian, Høholt, Stine and Rasmussen, Naja (eds.), The Dresing Donation, (Arken Museum of Modern Art, London 2011)
  • Royal Academy: Illustrated 2011 (Royal Academy Publications, London 2011); text by Richard Cork
  • Pooke, Grant, Contemporary British Art: An Introduction (Routledge, Oxon, UK and New York 2011)
  • Pooke, Grant and Graham Whitham, Understand Contemporary Art (Hodder Education, London and The
  • McGraw-Hill Companies, New York 2010)
  • Calder to Warhol: Introducing the Fisher Collection, SFMOMA (San Francisco, USA 2010); texts by Neal Benezra, Gary Garrels and Doris Fisher
  • Kupferstichkabinett: Between Thought and Action (White Cube, London, UK 2010); foreword by Susan May
  • Litos Grafera (Edition Copenhagen, Denmark 2010); text by Peter S. Meyer
  • The Collector, the Company and it’s Collection (Museum Wurth Kunzelsau, Germany 2010)
  • Dopplereffekt: Bilder in Kunst und Wissenschaft (Kunsthalle Zu Kiel, Germany 2010); texts by Herausgegeben Von Petr Gorduren and Dirk Luckow
  • Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial 2009 (NPO Echigo-Tsumari Satoyama Collaborative Organization, Tokyo, Japan 2010)
  • Gerhard Richter and the Disapperance of the Image in Contemporary Art (Centro di Cultura Contemporanea a Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, Italy 2010); texts by Benjamin H.D Buchloh, Franziska Nori and Wolfgang Ullrich
  • Earth: Art of the Changing World (Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK 2010)
  • Visceral Bodies (Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada 2010); text by Daina Augaitis
  • Stephens, Chris (ed.), Henrey Moore (Tate Publishing, London, England 2010); texts by Richard Calvocoressi, David Alan Mellor, Jennifer Mundy, Lyndsey Stonebridge and Jonathan Wood
  • Das Fundament der Kunst: Skulptur und ihr Sockel in der Monderne (ARP Museum, Rolandseck, Germany 2010)
  • Almenberg, Gustaf, Notes on Participatory Art. Toward a Manifesto Differentiating it from Open Work, Interactive Art and Relational Art, (Author House, Milton Keynes 2010)
  • Getlein, Mark, Living With Art: Ninth Edition (McGraw-Hill, New York 2010)
  • Hubbard, Sue, Adventures in Art: Selected Writings - 1990-2010 (Other Criteria, London 2010)
  • Best 100 (The Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Tokushima, Japan 2010)
  • Crucible (Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucester, England 2010); text by Rungwe Kingdon
  • Attribute (Art Front Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 2010); text by Masahiko Sato
  • Post Momnument: XIV Biennale Internazionale di Scultura di Carrara (Silvana Editoriale Spa, Milan, Italy 2010)
  • Schlader, Jurgen, Das Experiment der Grenze (Henschel, Berlin 2009); texts by Jorg von Brincken, Franziska Weber, Katja Scneider, Gerald Siegmund, Jorg Manika, Barbara Zuber, Fabienne Liptay, Wolfgang Rathert and Jurgen Schlader
  • Hall-Duncan, Nancy, Innovations in the third dimension: sculpture in our time (Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut 2009)
  • Lock, Deborah, Anneka Wahlhaus, Sue Malyan, Lorrie Mack, Elizabeth Haldane, Wendy Horobin and Penny Smith (eds.), Children’s Book of Art (Dorling Kindersley, London 2009)
  • Bonham-Carter, Charlotte and David Hodge, The Contemporary Art Book (Goodman, London 2009)
  • Key, Anthony and Cynthia Morrison-Bell, Pot Luck (Art Circuit Touring Exhibitions, London 2009)
  • From Art School to University: Art and Design at Brighton (University of Brighton, England 2009); text by Jonathan M Woodham
  • Saunders, Corinne (ed.), The Body and the Arts (Palgrave Macmillian, England 2009)
  • Sculpture in the Close (Jesus College, Cambridge 2009); text by Rod Mengham
  • Cooper, Eileen (ed.), Royal Academy Illustrated (Royal Academy of the Arts, London, England 2009)
  • Discovery: Digital Explorers (Metropolitan Works, London, England 2009)
  • Valencia 09/Confines: Pasajes de las Artes Contemporaneas (Institut Valencia D’Art Modern, Valencia, Spain 2009); text by Consuelo Ciscar Casaban
  • Noble, Richard (ed.), Utopias: Documents of Contemporary Art (Whitechapel Gallery, London, England and The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA 2009)
  • The Brain Unravelled: An Exhibition in Three Disciplines – Art Anthropology and Neuroscience (Slade Research Centre, London, England 2009)
  • 50 Sculptures You Should Know (Munich & Berlin, Germany / London, England / New York, USA 2009); texts by Isabel Kuhl, Kristina Lowis, Klaus Reichold and Christiane Weidemann
  • The British Council Collection: Passports (Whitechapel Gallery, London), British Council, London, England 2009)
  • 3 Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art 2009 (Moscow Biennale Art Foundation, Moscow, Russia 2009); texts by Antony Gormley
  • Azoulay, Elisabeth and Françoise Gaillard (ed.), 100,000 Years of Beauty: Future/Projections (Gallimard, Paris, France 2009)
  • Ball, Mike, Margaret Tudge and Lin Walker, OCR Art & Design For AS/A Level (Hodder Education, London 2008)
  • Bacon, Julie (ed.), Arkive City (Interface and University of Ulster, Belfast 2008)
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew (ed.), Art: The Definitive Visual Guide (Dorling Kindersly, London 2008)
  • Gerge, Victor, Unforgiving Years (New York Review Books 2008)
  • Rowan, Tiddy, A guide to modern + contemporary Art in the city: London (Quadrille, London 2008)
  • Constantinou, Costas M, Oliver P Richmond and Alison M Watson (eds.), Cultures and Politics of Global Communication (Cambridge University Press 2008)
  • Schwarts, Judith S, Confrontational Ceramics (A&C Black Publishers, London 2008)
  • Pipes, Alan, Foundations of Art + Design (Laurence King Publishing, London 2008)
  • Acton, Mary, Guardare l’arte contemporanea (Einaudi, Torino 2008)
  • Debbaut, Jan, Monique Verhulst and Pieternel Vermoortel (eds.), Out of the Studio!: A Symposium on Art and Public Space (Z33, Belgium 2008); texts by Lara Almarcegui, Lewis Biggs, Alain Cueff, Ann Demeester, Claire Doherty, Tom Finkelpearl, Lance Fung, Carlos Garaicoa, Tom van Gestel, Maaretta Jaukkuri, Niek Kemps, Latitudes (Mariana Canepa Luna & Max Andrews), Clare Lilley, Frank Lubbers, Cuauhtemoc Medina, Menno Meewis, Gloria Moure, Johan Pas, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Virginie Pringuet, James Putnam, Andrea Schlieker, Phillip Van den Bossche, Pierternel Vermoortel and Christel Vesters
  • Imges of Change (English Heritage, Swindon, England 2008)
  • Space to Draw (Jerwood Charitable Foundation, London 2008); text by Antony Gormley
  • On Time: The East Wing Collectionn VIII (The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, England 2008); text by Christopher Mason
  • Gravity: Ernesto Esposito Collection (Artium, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain 2008); text by Enrique Martinez Goikoetxea
  • Locked In (Casino Luxembourg, Forum d'Art Contemporain, Luxembourg 2008); text by Maria Bojan
  • History in the Making: A Retrospective of the Turner Prize (Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan 2008); texts by Lizzie Carey-Thomas, Kondo Kenichi, and Katherine Stout
  • En Perspective Giacometti (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Caen, France 2008); texts by Thierry Dufrêne, Patrick Ramade and Véronique Wiesinger
  • Self as Selves (Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland 2008)
  • Umedalen Skulptur 2008 (Galleri Andersson Sandström, Umeå, Sweden 2008)
  • Out of Shape: Stylis Distotions of the Human From in Art From the Logan Collection (Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, New York, USA 2008)
  • Anthony Caro (l’Association des Conservateurs des Musées Nord, Pas-de-Calais and les editions GOURCUFF GRADENIGO – STIPA, Montreuil, France 2008)
  • Sterling Stuff II: Twenty Sculptures in Silver (Pangolin London, England 2008)
  • Matsumura, Madoka, The Body Sings of Life (Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, Kagawa, Japan 2007)
  • Steidl Masters Spring-Summer 2007 (Steidl, Göttingen, Germany 2007)
  • Montagu, Jemima (ed.), Open Space: Art in the public realm in London 1995-2005 (Art Council England and Central London Partnership 2007)
  • Shioda, Jumichi, Landscape in British Contemporary Art (Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum 2007)
  • Solt, Judit, Eberhard Wolff and Hans-Jörg Heusser, Zurich Development Center (Zurich Insurance Company 2007)
  • Acton, Mary, Learning to Look at Modern Art (Routledge, London and New York 2007)
  • Body and Mind: Exclusively Drawings (Publish, Pescara, Italy 2007); text by James Putnam
  • The British Museum: Christian Art (The British Museum Press, London, England 2007); text by Rowena Loverance
  • De Collective Flevoland: Een Uitgave van Museum de Pavlijoens 2007 (Museum de Pavilijoens, Almere, The Neatherlands 2007); text by Jaap Evert Abrahamse
  • Dialouges in Diversity (Pari Publishing, Grosseto, Italy 2007); text by John K Grande
  • Catalouge 36: The National Public Art Collection 2006 (Kristianstad Boktryckeri, Kristianstad, Sweden 2007); text by Malin Hedlin Hayden
  • Carey-Thomas, Lizzie, Katherine Stout (ed.) The Turner Prize and British Art (Tate Publishing, London, England 2007)
  • Artworks: The Progressive Collection (Distributed Art Publishers (DAP), New York, USA 2007); texts by Dan Cameron, Toby Devan Lewis, Peter B Lewis and Toni Morrison
  • All for Art! In Conversation with Collectors (The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Canada 2007)
  • Reflection (PinchukArtCentre, Victor Pinchuk Foundation, Kiev, Ukraine 2007)
  • Idea of Man and Abstraction: Scupltures of the 20th and 21st Century (Würth Collection, Germany and Spain. Swiridoff, Künzelsau, Germany 2007)
  • Kovats, Tania, The Drawing Book: A Survey of drawing - the primary means of expression (Black Dog Publishing, London 2006)
  • Merewether, Charles, 2006 Biennale of Sydney: Zones of Contact (Art Gallery of New South Wales: Biennale of Sydney 2006)
  • Pesenti, Allegra, Motion On Paper (Ben Brown Fine Arts, London 2006)
  • Freeman, Julian, British Art: A Walk Round the Rusty Pier (Southbank Publishing, London 2006)
  • Tufnell, Ben, Land Art (Tate Publishing, London 2006)
  • Putnam, James and Shara Wasserman, Body and Mind: Exclusively Drawings, Temple University Rome 2006)
  • Wiseman, Caroline, Modern Art Now: From Conception to Consumption (Strawberry Art Press, Ipswich 2006)
  • Osaka, Eriko (ed.), To the Human Future: Flight From the Dark Side (Art Tower Mito, Japan 2006)
  • 60: Sixty Years of Sculpture in the Arts Council Collection (Longside Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park 2006); text by Natalie Rudd
  • Full House: Gesichter Einer Sammlung (Kunsthalle Mannheim, Germany 2006); text by Rolf Lauter
  • Burning Ice: Art and Climate Change (The Cape Farewell Project, London); text includes essays by David Buckland, Ian McEwan, Peter Clegg and Rachel Whiteread
  • Bridgwood, Ann and Eileen Day (eds.),The Power of Art: Visual Arts; Evidence of Impact (Arts Council England, London 2006)
  • Denver Art Museum: Art Spaces (Scala Publishers Ltd, London, England 2006); texts by Laura Caruso and Andrea Kalivas Fulton
  • Making a Mark (Northern Print, Newcastle upon Tyne, England 2006)
  • Occupied Space: Art for Palestine (Palestine Solidarity Campaign with support from the A M Qattan Foundation, London 2006)
  • Observation and Transcendency: Person and Object in Art (Grand East Enterprise Ltd./San Min Book Co., Ltd., China 2006); texts by Chiang Zu-Hai
  • England in Particular: A Celebration of the Commonplace, the Local, the Vernacular and the Distcinctive (Hodder & Stoughton, London 2006); text by Sue Clifford and Angela King
  • Fifty Great Escapes: A Global Guide to Creativity (Prestel Publishing, London 2006); text by Jonathan Lee
  • Beyond Limits: Sotheby’s at Chatsworth (Ditchling Press, West Sussex, UK 2006); texts by various authors
  • Napoli Presente: Posizione e Prospettive Dell’Arte Contemporanea (Electa Napoli, Naples 2006); text includes essays by Lόránd Hegyi, Angelo Trimarco, Anita Pepe and Luigi Settembrini
  • Destination Art (Thames & Hudson, London 2006); text by Amy Dempsey
  • Blichachsen 5 (Verlag & Medien and Edition Scheffel, Köln 2006); text includes essays by Christian Scheffel, Christoph Vitali and Stefanie Bickel
  • Number 1: First Works by 362 Artists (Distributed Art Publishers, New York); text includes essays by Francesca Richer and Matthew Rosenzweig
  • Leeds’ Sculpture Collections: Illustrated Concise Catalogue (The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds 2006)
  • England in Particular: A Celebration of the Commonplace, the Local, the Vernacular and the Distinctive (Hodder & Stoughton, London, England 2007); texts by Sue Clifford and Angela King
  • Destination Art (Thames & Hudson, London, England 2006); text by Amy Dempsey
  • Steidel Mastes Spring – Summer 2007 (Steidl, Göttingen, Germany 2006)
  • Land Art (Tate Publishing, London, England 2006); text by Ben Tufnell
  • Scultpure Parks in Europe: A Guide to Art and Nature (Birkhäuser, Basel, Switzerland 2006); texts by Jimena Blázquez Abascal, Paul Rispa and Valeria Varas
  • Cloke, Paul, Crang, Philip and Goodwin Mark, Introducing human geographies, ( Hodder education, London 2005)
  • Barker, Ian, Christa Lichenstern and C Sylvia Weber, Henry Moore: Epoch and Echo, Aspects of British Sculpture in the 20th Century (Kunsthalle Wurth, Germany 2005)
  • Hovdenakk, Per and Thorvald Steen, Munch Revisited (Henie Onstad Kunstcenter, Norway 2005)
  • Maresch, Mela, Figure Sculpture (Sammlung Essl, Vienna 2005)
  • Richer, Francesca and Matthew Rosenzweig, No. 1 First Works by 362 Artists (Distributed Art Publishers, New York, 2005)
  • Trans-Ceramic Art (Icheon World Ceramic Center, Icheon, Korea 2005)
  • Blickachsen 5 (Skulpturen im Kurpark, Edition Scheffel, Bad Homburg 2005); text by Christoph Vitali
  • Soul/Inspired Art (Museum of Modern Art by the Sea, Ostend, Bruges 2005); texts by Rik Torfs and Willy Van den Bussche
  • Trinker, Brigit (ed.) Figur/Skulptur (Sammlung Essl, Kunst der Gegenwart, Vienna 2005)
  • Mierlo, Heidi van, Space: Now and Then (AaBe Fabrieken, Fundament Foundation, Tilburg, Netherlands 2005)
  • Ophobninger: Moderne Skulpturelle Fænomener (Rævens Sorte Bibliotek, København/Copenhagen, Denmark 2005); texts by Lise Skytte Jakobsen
  • Collection Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon: Introduction (Fondation pour l’art contemporain Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon, Alex, France 2005)
  • Collection 1: Du 21.06.02 Au 27.10.02 (Fondation pour l’art contemporain Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon, Alex, France 2005); texts by Phillipe Piguet
  • Irish Museum of Modern Art: The Collection (Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland. Foreword by Enrique Juncosa 2005)
  • Guia ad Arte All’Arte: Arte Architectura Paesaggio (Associazione Arte Continua, San Gimigniano, Italy 2005)
  • The World’s Greates Art: Modern Art (Flame Tree Publishing, London 2005)
  • Anker, Suzanne and Dorothy Nelkin, The Molecular Gaze: Art in the Genetic Age (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, New York 2004)
  • Etre: Les Droits de L’Homme À Travers L’Art (DFAE, Geneva 2004)
  • Laocoonte Devorado: Arte y Violencia Política (Artium, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain 2004); texts by Javier González de Durana, Eduardo González Calleja, José Luis Ledesma, Sandra Souto Kustrín and Fernando Castro Flórez
  • Logan, Kent and Dean Sobel, A New Modernism For A New Millennium: Abstraction and Surrealism Are Reinvented In The Internet Age (The Logan Collection Vail, Colorado 2004)
  • Art, Money, Parties. New Institutions in the Political Economy of Contemporary Art (Liverpool University Press and Tate Liverpool 2004); texts by Jonathan Harris, Lewis Biggs, Stewart Home, Sadie Coles, Paul Usherwood, Rory Francis, Wolfgang Winter, Berthold Hörbelt, Daniel Birnbaum and Jeremy Valentine
  • Jeanne de Rooij, Marie, The Hague Sculpture 2004 (The Hague Sculpture 2004)
  • Jones, Allen and David Hockney, Royal Academy Illustrated 2004 (Royal Academy of Arts, London 2004)
  • Wilkinson, Alan, Within the Landscape (Roche Court Sculpture Park, Salisbury, UK 2004)
  • Presence, Images of Chrisy for the Thrid Millenium (High Wycombe, England 2004)
  • Art for Government Property 2000-2003 (Episode Publishers, Rotterdam, Holland 2004)
  • A Secret History of Clay: From Gauguin to Gormley (Tate Gallery, Liverpool, England 2004); interview with the artist by James Putnam
  • Umedalen Skulptur 2004 (Galleri Stefan Andersson, Umeå, Sweden 2004); text by Katarina Swanstrom
  • Within the Landscape (New Art Centre Sculpture Park and Gallery, Roche Court, Wiltshire, England 2004); texts by Helen Waters and Alan Wilkinson
  • DeMarrais, Elizabeth, Chris Gosden and Colin Renfrew (ed.), Substance, Memory, Display: Archeaology and Art (McDonald Institute Monographs, Cambridge 2004)
  • From Moore to Hirst: Sixty Years of British Sculpture (National Museum of Art of Romania, Bucharest, Romania 2004); texts by Tim Marlow and Adrian Guţǎ
  • Brodie, Neil and Catherine Hills (ed.), Material Engagments: Studies in Honour of Colin Renfrew (McDonald Institute Monographs, Cambridge, England 2004)
  • Arte All’Arte: Arte Architectura Paesaggio: La Forma Delle Nuvole (Associazione Arte Continua, San Gimigniano, Italy 2004)
  • A Bigger Splash. British Art From Tate 1960 - 2003 (Oca Parque Ibirapuera and Instituto Tomie Ohtake, Sao Paulo 2003)
  • A Nash, Steven, Carmen Gimenez and Michael Brenson, A Century of Sculpture: The Nasher Collection (The Nasher Foundation, Texas 2003)
  • A Nash, Steven and Mark Thistlewaite, Nasher Sculpture Center Handbook (The Nasher Center, Texas 2003)
  • Sanctuary: contemporary art & human rights ( Glasgow City Council, cultural and leisure services, 2003)
  • Windsor, Alan, British Sculptors of the Twentieth Century (Ashgate Publishing, Hants, UK 2003)
  • Territoires Nomades (Rurart, Poitou Charentes, France 2003)
  • Himmelschwer (As heavy as the heavens – Transformations of Gravity) (Landesmuseum
  • Joanneum and Jesuit's College, Graz, Austria 2003)
  • Heaven (Silent Auction for Artangel’s International Fund, Sotheby’s, London, England 2003)
  • Art at Regent’s Place (British Land, London, England 2003); text by Andrea Schlieker
  • Sic! Sa Langt – Sic! So Far (Stavanger International Collection, Stavanger, Norway 2003); text by Einar Børresen
  • B Year One, Baltic (The Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, England 2003)
  • 20th Century Ceramics (Thames & Hudson, London, England 2003); text by Edmund de Waal
  • The Parade of Objects: Rethinking Twentith Century Ceramics (Royal College of Art publishing, London, England 2003); text by Edmund de Waal
  • Art and the Spirtiual (University of Sunderland Press, Sunderland, England 2003)
  • Open Spaces (Buschlen Mowatt Galleries, Vancouver, Canada 2003)
  • Blickachsen 4 (Galerie Scheffel, Bad Homburg, Germany 2003)
  • Corpus Visions of the Body in the Berardo Collection (Centro Cultural de Belem, Portugal 2003); texts by Jose Braganca de Miranda and Margarida Veiga
  • British Contemporary (Arario Gallery, Chonan, Korea 2003); text by Yeon Hwa Joo
  • Fischer, Peter and Susanne Neubauer (ed.), Me & More (Kunstmusuem Luzern, Edizioni Periferia, Luzern/Poschiavo, Switzerland 2003)
  • Tusciaelecta: Arte Contemporanea Nel Chianti 2002/2003 (Maschietto&editore, Florence, Italy 2003)
  • Miguel Fernandes Jorge, Joao, Territorios Singulares Na Coleccao Berardo (Sintra Museu de Arte Moderna, Portugal 2002)
  • Gillick, Liam, White Cube: 44 Duke Street, St James’ London (Steidl, Gottingen, Germany 2002)
  • All Their Policies and Our Culture (Peer Trust, London 2001); texts by various authors)
  • Kirishima Open-Air Museum Catalogue Of Collections (Kagoshima, Japan); texts by various authors
  • Jaukkuri, Maaretta, Artscape Nordland (Press Publishing, Nordland, Norway 2001)
  • Pakesch, Peter, ABBILD: recent portraiture and depiction (Springer-Verlag, Wien 2001)
  • Boyden, Martha, Trialogo: Giuseppe Gallo, Antony Gormley, David Hammons (Palazzo delle
  • Esposizioni, Rome 2000)
  • Kwang-su, Oh, Man + Space (Kwangju Biennale 2000: The Kwangju Biennale Foundation, Korea 2000)
  • Altarriba, Antonio, Lappeenranta 2000 (South Carelia Art Museum, Lappeenranta, Finland 2000)
  • Brougher, Kerry and Michael Tarnatino, Enclosed and Enchanted (Museum of Modern Art, Oxford 2000)
  • Glinkowski, Paul, A BBC Introduction To Modern and Contemporary Art (BBC Learning Support, London 2000)
  • Blazwick, Iwona and Simon Wilson, Tate Modern: The Handbook (Tate Publishing, London 2000)
  • Stromodden, Jarle, Interplay: Selected Works From the Museum and Private Collections (Museet for Samtidskunst, Oslo 2000)
  • Borresen, Einar and Trond Borgen, Utopia (Rogaland Kunstmuseum, Stavanger, Norway 2000)
  • Between Cinema and A Hard Place (Tate Modern, London 2000); text includes essays by Frances Morris
  • Umedalen Skulptur 2000 (Galleri Stefan Andersson, Umeå, Sweden 2000); text by Stefan Andersson
  • Lost Paradise Lost (Kunst und Sakraler Raum 2000); text by Jurgen Doppelstein and Heike Stockhaus
  • Darke, Johanna (ed.), A User’s Guide to Public Sculpture (English Heritage in partnership with the Public Monuments & Sculptures Association, Swindon, Britain 2000)
  • Spaced Out: Late 1990’s Works From The Vicki and Kent Logan Collection (California College of Arts and Crafts 1999)
  • Umdalen Sculptur 99 (Galleri Stefan Andersson, Umeå, Sweden 1999)
  • Reality and Desire (Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona 1999); texts by Enrique Juncosa and Frederic Montornés
  • Den Haag Sculptuur 1999 (Foundation Het, Voorhout, The Hague 1999); texts by WJ Deetman and Norbert Lynton
  • La Casa, Il Corpo, Il Cuore (Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna 1999); text includes essays by Lorand Hegyi and Henry Meyric-Hughes
  • The Shape Of The Century: 100 Years Of British Sculpture (Canary Wharf, London 1999)
  • A Sale of Wild-Flower Paintings & Drawings In Aid Of The Millennium Seed Bank Appeal (Sotheby’s and House & Garden, London 1999)
  • Artscape Nordland (Forlaget Geelmuyden, Kiese, Oslo 1999); text by Maaretta Jaukkuri
  • Baby 2000 (Christie’s Auction on behalf of Tommy’s Campaign, London 1999)
  • At Home With Art (Hayward Gallery, London 1999); texts by Susan Ferleger Brades and Colin Painter
  • Stallabrass, Julian, High Art Lite (Verso, London 1999)
  • Vision: 50 Years of British Creativity (Thames & Hudson, London, England. Foreword by Christopher Frayling 1999); texts by Melvyn Bragg, Michael Craig-Martin, Martin Harrison, David Hockney, Nicholas Serota and David Sylvester
  • Seven Cities 1998 (Rafael Hotels SAM, Monte-Carlo, Monaco 1998)
  • Eye Was A Child (Save the Children Fund, London 1998)
  • L'Art Pour La Vie (Binoche; Francis Briest; Pierre Cornette de Saint Cyr and Sotheby's, Paris 1998)
  • Programme 1998 (Kunsthallen Brandts Klaedefabrik, Odense, Denmark 1998)
  • Celebrating An Angel: Commemorative Brochure, Angel of the North (Gateshead Arts and Libraries Department 1998)
  • 10 Years 1988-1998 (Magasin 3, Stockholm 1998)
  • WANAS 1998 (Wanas Foundation, Knislinge, Sweden 1998)
  • Massens Ornament (Kunsthallen Brandts Klaedefabrik, Odense, Denmark 1998); text includes essays by Siegrfried Kracauer, Andreas Jurgensen and Carsten Thau
  • UME.SE (Umedalen Skulptur, Umea, Sweden 1998)
  • Arte Urbana, EXPO '98 (Lisbon 1998); text includes essays by Alexandre Melo, Antonio Mega Ferreira and João Fernandes
  • Thinking Aloud (South Bank Centre, London 1998); text by Nick Groom; interview with the artist by Richard Wentworth
  • The ICA 50 auction: a sale of contemporary art works in aid of the instituteof Contemporary art (Sotheby’s London 1997)
  • Bodyworks (Kettle's Yard, Cambridge 1997)
  • Marking Presence (ArtSway, Sway, Hampshire 1997)
  • A Ilha Do Tesouro (Centro de Arte Moderna Jose de Azeredo Perdigao, Lisbon 1997)
  • L'Empreinte (Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris 1997); texts by G Didi-Huberman and D. Semin
  • Material Culture: The Object in British Art of the1980's and 1990's (Hayward Gallery and South Bank Centre, London); texts by Susan Ferleger Brades and Greg Hilty
  • Von Kopf Bis Fuss (Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal, Germany and Edition Stemmle AG, Zurich 1997)
  • The ICA 50th Anniversary Auction (Sotheby's, London 1997)
  • Antlitz (Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg and Paris 1997)
  • Body (Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 1997)
  • Follow Me (Landschaftsverband Stade, Germany 1997)
  • Jahresgaben 1998 (Schleswig-Holsteinischer Kunstverein, Kiel, Germany 1997)
  • Breaking The Mould: British Art of the 1980's and1990's (Lund Humphries Publishers, London and Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin 1997)
  • Buck, Louisa, Moving Targets: An Inside Guide to British Art Now (Tate Gallery Publishing, London 1997)
  • Umedalen Skulptur 97 (Galleri Stefan Andersson, Umedalen, Sweden 1997); text by Lars Sahlin
  • Public: Art: Space (Merrel Holberton, London 1997)
  • Tongyoung Nammang Open Air Scuplture Park (Tongyoung City, Korea 1997); text by Oh Kwang-su
  • Obala 1992-1996 (Obala Art Centar, Sarajevo 1996)
  • Un Siècle de Sculpture Anglaise (Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume, Paris 1996); text includes essays by Stuart Morgan and Daniel Abadie
  • From Figure To Object (Frith Street Gallery and Karsten Schubert, London 1996)
  • Sculpture In The Close (Jesus College, Cambridge 1996)
  • Leeds' Sculpture Collections: Illustrated Concise Catalogue (The Centre for the Study of Sculpture: The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds 1996)
  • Betong (Malmo Konsthall, Sweden 1996); texts by Sune Nordgren, Ola Wedebrunn and Daniel Birnbaum
  • XXIII Biennale Gubbio: Forma Urbis (L'Arte Grafica, Italy 1996)
  • The Berardo Collection (Sintra Museum of Modern Art, Portugal 1996); texts by José Beradro, Francisco Capelo, Ann Hindry, Marco Livingstone, Alexandre Melo, Robert Rosenblum and Sarah Wilson
  • New Works: 95.3 – The International Artist-in-Residence Program (ArtPace, A Foundation for Contemporary Art, San Antonio, Texas, USA. 1996); interview with the artist by Annette DiMeo Carlozzi
  • ARS 95 (Museum of Contemporary Art and Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki 1995)
  • Fredsskulptur 1995 (Elle-Mie Ejdrup Hansen: Fredsskulptur 1995 and Tiderne Skifter Publishers, Copenhagen 1995)
  • The Muse (Verlag Anton Pustet, Salzburg 1995)
  • Here and Now (Serpentine Gallery, London 1995); text by Sarah Kent
  • Glaude Hoffnung Liebe Tod (Kunsthalle Wien and Graphische Sammlung Albertina, Vienna 1995)
  • 100 works of the art collection of Iwaki City Art Museum (Iwaki City Art Museum, Japan 1995)
  • After Hiroshima (Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan 1995)
  • New Works: 95.3, Artpace Foundation (San Antonio, Texas 1995); interview with the artist by Annette DiMeo Carlozzi
  • Kwangju Biennale (Life and Dream Publishing, Seoul 1995)
  • Of The Human Form (Waddington Galleries, London 1995)
  • Glaube Hoffnung Liebe Tod (Kunsthalle Wien and Graphische Sammlung Albertina, Vienna 1995); text includes essays by Patricia Bickers and Harald Szeemann
  • A Collection Sculptures (Caldic Collection, Rotterdam, Netherlands 1995)
  • La Commande Publique (Ville de Rennes, France 1995)
  • Contemporaneamente (CUEN, Naples 1995)
  • New Art In Britain (Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz, Poland 1995)
  • Contemporary British Art in Print (The Paragon Press, London, England 1995); texts by Jeremy Lewison and Duncan Macmillan
  • Venus Redefined: Sculpture by Rodin, Matisse and Contemporaries (Tate Gallery, Liverpool, England 1995)
  • Umedalen Skulptur 95 (Galleri Stefan Andersson, Umedalen, Sweden 1995); text by Roland Spolander
  • Prints From Wood (The South Bank Centre, London 1994)
  • Sculptors' Drawings (Tate Gallery, London 1994)
  • From Beyond The Pale (Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin 1994)
  • The Essential Gesture (Newport Harbor Art Museum, California 1994)
  • The Turner Prize 1994 (Tate Gallery, London 1994)
  • Artists' Impressions (Kettle's Yard, Cambridge 1994)
  • Nastan 20 (Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden 1994)
  • Tongyoung Nammang Open Air Sculpture Park (Tongyoung City, Korea 1994); text by Oh Kwang-Su
  • Vancouver Collects (Vancouver Art Gallery 1993)
  • Klima Global: Arte Amazonas (Staatliche Kunsthalle, Berlin 1993)
  • Recent British Sculpture (The South Bank Centre, London 1993)
  • The Human Factor: Figurative Sculpture Reconsidered (The Albuquerque Museum 1993)
  • Ha-Ha: Contemporary British Art in an c18 Park (University of Plymouth, UK 1993)
  • The Fujisankei Biennale (The Hakone Open Air Museum and The Utsukushi-ga-hara Open Air Museum, Japan 1993)
  • The Raw and the Cooked (Museum of Modern Art, Oxford 1993)
  • The Body of Drawing (The South Bank Centre, London 1993)
  • Memoria: ‘En Torno al Barro: Escultura y Ceramica’ (Ayuntamiento de Sangüesa / Zangozako Udala Comisión de Cultura and Gobierno de Navarra, Navarra, Spain 1993)
  • C'est Pas La Fin Du Monde: Un Point De Due Sur L'Art Des Annees 80 (Centre d'histoire de l'art Contemporain, Rennes 1992)
  • Arte Amazonas (Goethe-Institut, Brazil 1992)
  • Natural Order (Tate Gallery, Liverpool 1992)
  • III Biennale de Sculpture de Monte Carlo (Marisa del Re Gallery, New York 1992); text Pierre Restany
  • Images of Man (Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan 1992)
  • Des Dessins Pour Les Eleves Du Centre Des Deux Thielles, Le Landeron (Agence Schneider, Le Landeron, Switzerland 1992)
  • Sculpture in the Close (Jesus College, Cambridge, England 1992); text by Colin Renfrew
  • Virtual Realities (The Scottish Arts Council 1991)
  • Places With A Past: New Site-Specific Art In Charleston (Rizzoli International Publications, New York 1991); text by Mary Jane Jacob
  • Inheritance and Transformation (The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin 1991)
  • Goldsmiths' College Centenary Exhibitions (Goldsmiths' Gallery, London 1991)
  • Colours of the Earth (British Council, London 1991)
  • New Art (Harry N. Abrahams Publishers, New York 1990)
  • Before Sculpture – Sculptors’ Drawings (New York Studio School, New York,
  • USA 1990)
  • Great Britain – USSR (Showroom and The British Council, London 1990)
  • Sapporo Sculpture Garden 2 (Sapporo Municipal Government and The Sapporo Art Park Foundation, Japan 1990)
  • British Art Now: A Subjective View (The Asahi Shimbun, Japan 1990); text by Andrew Graham-Dixon
  • Made Of Stone (Galerie Isy Brachot, Brussels 1990)
  • It's A Still Life (Arts Council Collection and The South Bank Board, London 1989); text by Roger Malbert
  • Corps-Figures (Art Curial, Paris 1989); text by Dominique Le Buhan
  • British Now: Sculpture and Other Drawings (Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Montréal, Québec 1989); text by Sandra Grant Marchand
  • Livingstone, Marco (ed.) British Object Sculptirs of the ‘80’s II (RANDOM, Kyoto Shoin, Kyoto, Japan 1989)
  • 40 Under 40: The New Generation in Britain (Academy Editions, London and St. Martin’s Press, New York. An Art & Design Profile (Vol 5, No. 3/4). An Original Graphic created by Andy Goldsworthy 1989)
  • The Coracle, Coracle Press Gallery 1975-1987 (Yale Centre for British Art, New Haven, Conneticut), Coracle Distribution, London 1989)
  • The Impossible Self (Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba, Canada 1988); text by Bruce W Ferguson and Sandy Nairne
  • Lead (Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York 1988); text by Klaus Kertess
  • Made To Measure (Kettle's Yard Gallery, Cambridge); text by Hilary Gresty
  • Starlit Waters (Tate Gallery, Liverpool 1988); texts by Lewis Biggs and Richard Francis
  • ROSC 88 (The Guinness Hop Store and The Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin 1988); texts by various authors
  • The Tate Gallery Illustrated Biennial Report 1986-88 (The Tate Gallery, London 1988); text by various authors
  • British Now: Sculpture et Autres Dessins (Musee d'Art Contemporain de Montreal 1988); text by Sandra Grand Marchand
  • Porkkana-Kokoelma (Vanhan Galleria, Helsinki, Finland 1988)
  • Mitographie (Edizioni Essegi, Ravenna, Italy 1987); text by Claudio Cerritelli
  • Documenta 8 (Weber & Weidemeyer, Kassel, Germany 1987)
  • Avant-Garde In The Eighties (Los Angeles County Museum 1987); text by Howard N. Fox
  • TSWA 3D (Institute of Contemporary Art, London 1987)
  • The Re-emergent Figure (Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, New York 1987); text by Susi Gablik
  • The Peterborough Collection Of Sculpture (Peterborough Development Corporation, UK 1987); text by Keith Maplestone
  • Petheridge, Deanna (ed.), Art For Architecture (Crown, London 1987)
  • State Of The Art: Ideas and Images In The 1980s (Chatto & Windus, London 1987); texts by Sandy Nairne, Geoff Dunlop and John Wyver
  • Von Chaos Und Ordnung In Der Seele (Psychiatric Clinic, Mainz, Germany 1987); text by Peter Weiermair
  • Revelation For The Hands (The Henry Moore Centre for the Study of Sculpture); texts by various authors
  • Whitechapel Art Gallery Auction, (Sotheby’s and Whitechapel Art Gallery, London 1987)
  • Viewpoint (The British Council, London and The Museum of Modern Art, Brussels 1987); text by Richard Cork and Marjorie Althorpe-Guyton
  • Prospect 86 (Frankfurt Kunstverein, Germany 1986); text by Peter Weiermair
  • THE GENERIC FIGURE (The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC 1986); text by Ned Rifkin
  • Entre El Objeto Y La Imagen (Fundacio Caixa de Pensions, Barcelona 1986); text by Lewis Biggs
  • VOM VOM ZEICHEN: ASPECKTE DER ZEICHNUNG 1960-1985 (Frankfurter Kunstverein 1986); text by Peter Weiermair
  • New Art New World (The Trust for long-term development in East Africa, London 1986)
  • Momento Mori (Centro Cultural de Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City 1986); text by Richard Flood
  • Tate Gallery Illustrated Catalogue Of Acquisitions 1982-84 (Tate Gallery, London 1986)
  • Art and Alchemy (La Biennale Di Venezia, Venice, Italy 1986)
  • Vom Zeichen: Aspeckte der Zeichnung 1960-1985 (Frankfurt Kunstverein, Germany 1986); text by Peter Weiermair
  • Walking and Falling (Plymouth Arts Centre; Kettle's Yard, Cambridge; and Interim Art, London 1985); text by Stuart Morgan
  • Nuove Trame Dell'Arte (Castello Colonna di Genazzano, Italy 1985); text by Achille Bonito Oliva
  • The British Art Show (Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 1985); text by Sandy Nairne
  • Beyond Appearances: Sculpture For The Visually Handicapped and Sighted To Share (Arts Council of Great Britain, London 1985); text by various authors
  • 1984: An Exhibition (The Arkwright Arts Trust, London 1984); text by Deanna Petherbridge
  • An International Survey of Recent Painting and Sculpture (Museum of Modern Art, New York 1984); text by Kynaston McShine
  • Anniottanta (Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Bologna 1984); text by Renato Barilli and Flavio Caroli
  • The British Art Show: Old Allegiences and New Directions 1979-1984 (Arts Council of Great Britain and Orbis Publishing, London 1984); text includes essays by Alexander Moffat and Marjorie Allthorpe Guyton
  • Metaphor and/or Symbol: A Perspective on Contemporary Art (The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo 1984); text by Kunio Motoe
  • Human Interest (Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester 1984); text by Norbert Lynton
  • From the Figure (Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, England 1984); text by James Faure Walker
  • Escultura Britanica Actual: Tony Cragg, Richard Deacon, Antony Gormley, Anish Kapoor, Alison Wilding, Bill Woodrow (Museo de Arte Moderno, Cuidad de México 1984)
  • New Art (Tate Gallery, London 1983); text by Michael Crompton
  • The Sculpture Show (Arts Council of Great Britain 1983); text by Nena Dimitrijevic and Fenella Crichton
  • Tongue and Groove (Coracle Press, London 1983)
  • Assemble Here: Some New English Sculpture (Coracle Press, London 1983)
  • Transformations: New Sculpture From Britain (Biennale de Sao Paulo and the Museu de Arte Moderna, Rio de Janiero, Brazil 1983); text by various authors
  • Scultpure in Public Places (Contemporary Sculpture Centre, Chuokoron-sha, Japan 1983)
  • 17 Bienal de São Paulo: Catalogo Geral (São Paulo, Brazil 1983)
  • Figures and Objects Recent Developments in British Sculpture (John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK 1982); text by Michael Newman
  • Objects and Figures (Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh 1982); text by Michael Newman
  • Hayward Annual 1982: British Drawing (Arts Council of Great Britain 1982); text includes essays by John Ederfield and Mark Francis
  • La Biennale (La Biennale Di Venezia, Venice 1982); text by various authors
  • Nuova Immagine / New Image (Babriele Mazzotta, Milan 1981); text by Flavio Caroli
  • Objects and Sculpture (Institute of Contemporary Arts, London and Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol 1981); text by Lewis Biggs, Iwona Blaswick and Sandy Nairne
  • Contemporary Artists in Camden (Arkwright Arts Trust, London 1981); text by Zuleika Dobson
  • Nairne, Sandy and Nicholas Serota (ed.), British Sculpture in the Twentieth Century (Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, England. Edited by Sandy Nairne and Nicholas Serota 1981)
  • Slade Post Graduate Exhibition (Slade Pearson Gallery, London 1979); text by Stuart Morgan


Newspaper and magazine articles

  • Harley, Nicola, ‘Antiques Roadshow find tops £1m’, The Daily Telegraph, 29 October 2015, p. 9

  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘It’s elemental: art with good chemistry’, The Times, 2 October 2015, p. 8

  • Gormley, Antony, ‘I’d like to thank London’, The Independent, 30 September 2015, p. 36

  • Sands, Sarah, ‘The Progress 1000 – London’s Most Influential People 2015’, Evening Standard, September 2015, p.76

  • Gormley, Anthony, ‘Advertisement – Refugee Crisis: A Call to Action’, The Guardian, 11 September 2015, pp.18

  • Sutherland, Julia, ‘Torment and Triumph of the Body’, Financial Times, 22/ 23 August 2015, pp.10

  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Renaissance thinking was wrong’ The Daily Telegraph (Review magazine), 6 June 2015
  • Jones, Alice, ‘Antony Gormley interview: 'I don’t have any choice over this: it's what I was born to do', Independent.co.uk, 8 May 2015
  • Ellis-Petersen, Hannah, ‘Two go mad on Lundy’, The Guardian (G2), 6 May 2015, pp.18-19
  • Ryall, Julian, ‘A rusting, naked Gormley halts pilgrims’ progress’, The Daily Telegraph, 31 March 2015, p. 15
  • ‘Antony Gormley’s terracotta figures: People flocking to Scunthorpe exhibition’, Scunthorpetelegraph.co.uk, 26 March 2015
  • Clark, Nick, ‘An artwork you can sleep in for £2,500 a night’, The Independent, 11 June 2014, p.7
  • Hastings, Chris and Peter Henn, ‘Man Hole Hunt!: Cover designed by Angel of the North sculptor is stolen – days after being celebrated online’, The Mail on Sunday, 1 December 2013, p.32
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘Brutal Truths’, The Guardian (G2), 26 November 2013, pp.16-17
  • Preston, Andrew, ‘Yes, Ma’am it’s art… and its all in your name!’, Event (The Mail on Sunday), 27 October 2013, pp.26-27
  • Waldram, Hannah, ‘Sutra by Sidi Labri Cherako & Antony Gormley’, artwednesday.com, 4 May 2013
  • Un-authored,’15th anniversary of Antony Gormley’s Angel of the North celebrated with exhibition’, 15 February 2013
  • Gladstone, William,’Gormley’s iron men are getting a Liberal neighbour’, Guardian.co.uk, 4 January 2013
  • Bakewell, Joan, ‘Antony Gormley: The figure at work’, Art Quarterly, Winter 2012, pp.58-63
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘Learning how to put on a show’ (statement), Review The Guardian, 15 December 2012, p.2-3
  • Goldblatt, Lydia, ‘I feel terribly misunderstood’, The Sunday Telegraph Seven, 2 December 2012, pp.6-9 (front cover)
  • Un-authored, ‘Guerilla knitters have placed a 50 foot scarf around the Angel of the North’, artlyst.com, 24 November 2012
  • Whetstone, David,’Lottery prize for Baltic Centre for contemporary art”, Chroniclelive.co.uk, 14 November 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Auguste Rodin: how Antony Gormley fell under the sculptor’s spell’, Guardian.co.uk, 12 November 2012
  • D’agostino, Paul, ‘Art picks from print’, Thelmagazine.com, 8 November 2012
  • Connolly, Ellen, ‘”You call that art?” the Turner Prize is here again’, Thefinancialist.com, 7 November 2012
  • Gilbert, Sophie, ‘New Antony Gormley sculpture installed at the British Embassy’, Washingtonian.com, 2 November 2012
  • Westmacott, Peter, ‘Antony Gormley ‘extends’ the residence’, Blogs.fco.gov.uk, 29 October 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley: I engineer experience’, Newscientist.com, 18 October 2012
  • Allen, Emily, ‘Gun-slinging bling: the decommissioned AK47s turned into beautiful works of art for World Peace Day’, Dailymail.co.uk, 27 September 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, Transform.britishcouncil.org.br, undated
  • Un-authored, ‘Place to be: Antony Gormley sculptures on display’, Vivacity-peterborough.com, undated
  • Buck’s, Louisa, ‘All guns blazing’, The Art Newspaper, No.239, October 2012, p.56
  • Binyon, Michael, ‘Handing the torch to Rio could be a two-way deal’, The Times, 24 September 2012, p.42
  • Marten, Michael, ‘The ebb and flow of island life’, The Observer (The New Review), 23 September, p.37
  • Hearst, Chesney, ‘The forms of Anthony Gormley Art in Rio’, Riotimesonline.com, 18 September 2012
  • Alice, ‘Visitors to Antony Gormley’s ‘Field for the British isles’ create their own work in response’, Ntsouthwest.co.uk, 17 September 2012
  • Croughton, Paul ‘Art of darkness’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 9 September 2012, pp.46-51
  • Luke, Ben, ‘Antony Gormley: Still standing’, Evening Standard, 14 August 2012, p.33
  • Walters, Helen, ‘Making space within and without: Antony Gormley at TEDGlobal2012’, Blog.ted.com, 26 June 2012
  • Sansom, Anna, ‘Standing tall: Antony Gormley in the landscape’, DAMn°, No.34, July-August-September 2012, pp. 68-73
  • Gilbert, Sophie, ‘Antony Gormley on drawing’, Washingtonian.com, 12 June 2012
  • Jow, Tiffany, ‘The private side of a renowned public artist’, Artlog.com, 7 June 2012
  • Experiment Station, ‘Antony Gormley in Sao Paulo: the brave horizons’, Blog.philipscolletion.org, 7 June 2012
  • Moreschi, Bruno, ‘As melhores exposicoes na selecao de bravo!’, Bravo, Vol.14, No.177, May 2012, pp. 36 and 37
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley stops the traffic in Sao Paulo’, Artlyst.com, 14 May 2012
  • Rigby, Claire, ‘ Antony Gormley: 9 May – 15 July’, Time Out, 4 May 2012
  • Busso, Rodrigo, ‘Antony Gormley espalha homens nus no centro de sp: vencedor do Premio Turner tem retrospective no CCBB e apresenta trabalhos ineditos em predio no ibirapuera’, Folia de S. Paulo, 3 May 2012, pp. E6- E7
  • ‘Antony Gormley installs site-specific piece Horizon Field Hamburg at Deichtorhallen’, Artdaily.org, 30 April 2012
  • Medland, Dina, ‘Good head for figures takes sculptor to the top’, Ft.com, 19 April 2012
  • Campbell-Jonston, Rachel, ‘Saints or sinners: the artists who bear the Cross’, The Times (Arts), 6 April 2012, pp. 2-3
  • Un-authored, ‘Angel of the North creator to become Freeman of Gateshead’, BBC.co.uk, 22 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley collaborates with sweetheart Vicken Parsons’, Artlyst.com, 21 March 2012
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Never Again, says Antony Gormley’s wife after they create first joint artwork’, Evening Standard, 20 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley exhibition for Barrington this summer’, ThisistheWestCountry.co.uk, 17 March 2012
  • Sretenovic, Vesela, ‘Art and Life, part one: Lunch with Antony Gormley’, Blog.phillipscollection.org, 15 March 2012
  • Un-authored, ‘Crisis commission exhibiton at Somerset House’, Independent.co.uk, 14 March 2012
  • Luke, Ben, ‘Baggage and bronzes to help the homeless’, Evening Standard, 12 March 2012, p. 32
  • Radnor, Abigail, ‘Are you sitting comfortably’. The Times Magazine, 25 February 2012, pp. 42-48
  • Parsons, Vicken, ‘How we made: Bed’, The Guardian (Arts), 7 February 2012, p.19
  • Raina, Pamposh, ‘India Fair goes international’, India.blogs.nytimes.com, 24 January 2012
  • Monahan, Mark, ‘An eerie odyssey through the cosmos’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 January 2012, p.27
  • Kellaway, Kate, ‘Exhilaration in the eye of a roaring soundscape’, The Observer (The new review), 15 January 2012, p.33
  • Price, Simon, ‘It’s dance. It’s art. Why am I here?’, The Independent (The Critics), 15 January 2012, p.61
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘Playing with marbles’, RA Magazine, Winter 2011, pp.74-75
  • Fox, Neal, Coleman, Les, ‘Big is Best’, Art Review, November 2011, pp.42-43
  • Morrison, Sarah, ‘Britain’s art pack does its bit to help’, The Independent on Sunday, 27 November 2011, p.50
  • Fennell, Edward, ‘Gormley joins modern legal masters’, The Times, 10 November 2011, p.69
  • Sharp, Rob, ‘Big space, big art, big ego’, The Independent, 12 October 2011, pp.22-23
  • ‘Un-authored, ‘Canturbury Cathedral’, Art and Christianity, No.66, Summer 2011, p.11
  • Mills, Eleanor, ‘RAs around the world’, RA Magazine, Autumn 2011, p.89
  • Un-authored, ‘Angel of the South’, The Daily Telegraph, 30 September 2011, p.19
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Diary Charlote Higgins’, The Guardian (Arts), 28 September 2011, p.23
  • Glover, Michael, ‘Of gods and men in St Petersburg’, The Independent (Arts), 23 September 2011, pp.4-6
  • Aspden, Peter and Deblonde, Gautier (Photography), ‘Gormley on the loose at the Hermitage’, Financial Times Magazine, 17-18 Septmeber 2011, pp.14-23 (+cover)
  • Un-authored, ‘Making waves’, The Independent, 16 Septmeber 2011, p.19
  • Arad, Ron, ‘My week in pictures’, The Observer Magazine, 4 September 2011, p.11
  • Un-aithored, ‘Steely boy scout inspires 9/11 art auction’, The Daily Telegraph (Business), 4 September 2011, p.10
  • Mackrell, Judith, ‘Astro boys’, The Guardian (Arts), 31 August 2011, pp.19-21
  • Durrant, Nancy, ‘The guardian angels of art’, The Times (Visual art), August 27 2011, p.13
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘Holiday Hell’, The Daily Telegraph Travel Magazine, 27 August 2011, p.73
  • Lynch, Elizabeth, ‘Antony Gormley. Transport. Canterbury, U.K.’, Sculpture, July-August 2011, p.19
  • Un-authored (promotion), ‘How great art gets up the mountain’, Frieze, April 2011, p.69
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘Free Ai Weiwei: artists speak out’, The Times (Review), April 23 2011, pp.7-8
  • Un-authored, ‘Art attacked’, The Guardian, 14 April 2011, p.13
  • Morris, Annie, ‘A small thing in a very big place’, Salisbury Journal, 7 April 2011
  • Branigan, Tania, Brown, Mark, Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Ai Weiwei detention in Chine causes growing global concern’, theguardian.co.uk, April 5 2011
  • Frost, Sam, ‘Gormley’s vision: Cathedral show’, The Guardian, April 1 2011, p.11
  • Gooding, Matthew, ‘Damien Hirst and Antony Gormley donate work to Kettle’s Yard’, Cambridgefirst.co.uk, March 30 2011
  • Nelson, Rober, ‘Robotic adventures in existential despair’, The Guardian, 23 March 2011, p.17
  • Wainwright, Martin, ‘Gormley’s veto stops Angel turning green’, The Guardian, 18 March 2011, p.19
  • Un-authored, ‘Angel’s green glow’, The Daily Telegraph, 17 March 2011, p.9
  • Rule, Dan, ‘ One man among many’, The Saturday Age, 5 March 2011, p.p.30-31
  • Whitford, Frank, ‘The Critical list’, The Sunday Times Review, February 27 2011, p.18
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley sculpture Flare II comes to Salisbury Catgedral from 2 April’, salisburycathedral.org.uk, 15 Febraury 2011
  • Woods, Judith, ‘Would you pay &120 for a bag of seeds?’, The Daily Telegraph (Features), February 15 2011, p.22
  • Sooke, Alasdair, ‘Britain’s Sculpture boom’, The Daily Telegraph, February 7 2011, p.19
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, The Art Economist. Vol. 1, No. 5, 2011, p.38
  • Leith, Sam, ‘Play and Display’, Tatler, January 2011, pp.102-107
  • Un-authored, ‘The List: Art Economist’s top earning 300 artists’, The Art Economist, January 2011 pp.21-31
  • E.F, ‘Gormley’s memes all together in Australia’, The Art Newspaper, No.220, January 2011, p.58
  • Un-authored, ‘Iron man: Art at the cathedral’, The Daily Telegraph, 31 January 2011, p.2
  • Durrant, Nancy, ‘After Angel of the North, a body of nails in a cathedral’, The Times, 31 January 2011, p.11
  • Januszczazk, Waldemar, ‘The Royal Academy’s Modern British Sculpture is ruined by dunce curators. It’s tragic’, The Sunday Times, 30 January 2011, pp.10-11
  • Un-authored, ‘Why is Antony Gormley missing?’, The Economist, 20 january 2011
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘Modern British sculpture: if Gormley and Kapoor are out, then who is in?’, The Times (Review), 15 January 2011, pp.6-7
  • Un-authored, ‘Time out London gets a Gilbert & George makeover!’, Time Out London, 30 December 2011 – 5 January 2011, p.1
  • Adam, Georgina, ‘Home team’, Financial Times (Collecting), 27-28 December 2010, p.2
  • Hoyle, Ben, 'Skint artists, apply here’, The Times (Times2), 14 December 2010, p.15
  • Hamilton, Adrian, ‘The nation’s paper fortune’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 13 December 2010, pp.18-19
  • Cripps, Charlotte, ‘Jewel purpose’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 6 December 2010
  • Heppell, Scott (photographer), ‘Forget the cold – the world is warmer says Met Office’, The Independent, 26 November 2010, p.17
  • Levene, Ben, ‘Gormley’s choice’, RA Magazine, Winter 201, p.86
  • Un-authored, ‘It’s a fight for the grit as the cold spreads far and wide’, The Times, 26 November 2010, p.10
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Art: From Gauguin’s mythic paradise to Gormley’s fourth plinth, Rachel Campbell-Johnston settles down to a visual feast’, The Times, 20 November 2010, p.9
  • Un-authored, ‘In the magazine: Sculpture Parks’, The Observer, 14 November 2010, p.57
  • Stace, Alison, ‘Art in the park’, The Observer Magazine, 14 November 2010, pp.70-75
  • Birch, Sarah, ‘Gormley and Hamnett give art to Arcola appeal’, Hackney Citizen, October 2010, p.1
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley: Drawing Space’, Artforum International, October 2010, p.181
  • De Burton, Simon, ‘In the cause of Africa’, Financial Times Weekend (Life&Arts), 30-31 October 2010, p.12
  • Un-authored, ‘Goodbye friend: Collector sells up’, The Daily Telegraph, 30 October 2010, p.11
  • Herbert, Martin, The Daily Telegraph (Review), 30 October 2010, pp.22-23
  • Harris, Simon, ‘Insider’s guide to Austria’, The Guardian (Travel), 16 October 2010, p.8
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘The Reclining Buddha’, The Independent Magazine, 16 October 2010, pp.44-45
  • Kelner, Mark, ‘How to sell art to an oligarch’, The Times, 14 October 2010, pp.13-14
  • Un-authored, ‘From contemporary art to charity and a model pregnancy’, Financial Times (Collecting), 9 October 2010, p.7
  • Kelly, Ian, ‘A plinth among men’, The Times (Review), 9 October 2010, p.10
  • Walker, Peter, ‘Cuts will destroy Britain’s artistic landscape’, The Guardian, 2 October 2010, p.1
  • Walker, Peter, ‘Turner prize winners lead cuts protest in open letter’, The Guardian, 2 October 2010, p.7
  • Duffell, Rachel, ‘The Power of Influence’, Kee, No.47, September 2010, pp.12-16
  • Rappolt, Mark, ‘Art Hong Kong’, ArtReview, September 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley: Horizon Field’, Frieze, September 2010, p. 63
  • Allsop, Laura, ‘Antony Gormley’, Modern Painters, September 2010, p.71
  • Smyth, Chris and Alex Spence, ‘Going, going, gone…the knick-knacks that adorned Lehman’s fetch loadsamoney’, The Times, 30 September 2010, p.23
  • Silverman, Laura, ‘Kiss me, with strings attached’, The Times (Times2), 27 September 2010, p.51
  • Spence, Alex and Christine Seib, ‘Sign of the times, yours for £2,000. Do I hear more?’, The Times (Business), 25 September 2010, p.54
  • Sibun, Jonathan, ‘Art for sale from bank that hit the canvas’, The Daily Telegraph, 25 September 2010, p.35
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’s New Giant Figure on the Dyke in the Netherlands’, artdaily.org, 17 September 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘The blown-up car that brings home the reality of war’, The Sunday Times (News Review), 12 September 2010, pp.10-11
  • Nicholls, David, ‘Design notebook’, The Telegraph Magazine, 11 September 2010, p.65
  • Brown, Mark, ‘War machine: Iraq wreckage on show’, The Guardian, 10 September 2010, p.9
  • Brown, Jonathan, ‘Royal Academy to celebrate a century of British sculpture’, The Independent, 9 September 2010, p.16
  • Jacques, Adam, ‘On the agenda: Sculpture’, The Independent, 5 September 2010, p.9
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Why size is everything in public art’, The Independent, 1 September 2010, pp.14-15
  • West, Naomi, ‘Manor from heaven, Harper’s Bazaar, August 2010, pp.118-122
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Gormley snaps up listed pile to join ‘artocrats’’, The Sunday Times, 29 August 2010, p.5
  • Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Gormley’s squatting giant bemuse Dutch’, The Guardian, 28 August 2010, p.11
  • Van Weel, Koen, ‘Antony Gormley’s new giant figure on the Dyke in the Netherlands’, Artdaily.org, 27 August 2010
  • Battersby, Matilda, ‘Eat your art out’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 19 August 2010, pp.14-15
  • Un-authored, ‘In praise of…David Beckham’, The Guardian, 13 August 2010, p.28
  • Rudiger, Johanna, ‘Inszenierung der Natur’, Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger, 11 August 2010
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘Angel of North creator to give BBC Radio 4 Reith lectures’, Financial Times, 7-8 August 2010, p.3
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘High concept’, Financial Times (Arts&Books), 7-8 August 2010, p.10
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘The iron men’, The Guardian (Review), 7 August 2010, pp.14-15
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley: Artist’, Time Out, 29 July – 4 August 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Quantum Cloud 1999’, The Times (Eureka), July 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Critical Mass: Antony Gormley’, Art of England, No.71, July 2010
  • Jones, Alice, ‘The hills are alive’, The Independent Magazine, 24 July 2010, pp.10-14
  • Midgley, Neil, ‘Mystery as Gormley statues ‘disappear’’, The Daily Telegraph, 24 July 2010, p.12
  • Un-authored, ‘Tall story’, The Independent (Arts&Books), 23 July 2010, p.7
  • Un-authored, ‘Arts: Visual art’, The Guardian, 12 July 2010, pp.18-19
  • Un-authored, ‘Art galleries and museums’, The Independent, 3-9 July 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Gormley’s universe’, The Daily Telegraph, 6 July 2010, p.17
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Gormley’s human figures make their last stand high in the Austrian Alps’, The Observer, 4 July 2010, p.3
  • Prentice, Bettina, ‘Antony Gormley’s ‘Test Sites’ at London’s White Cube Gallery’, Papermag.com, 2 July 2010
  • Wainwright, Martin, ‘Dark angel: Trees obscure sculpture’, The Guardian, 27 June 2010, p.7
  • Daoust, Phil, ‘Where’s Antony Gormley? Everywhere’, The Guardian (G2), 24 June 2010, p.2
  • Roberts, Laura, ‘Statue? Yes, it’s Gormley again’, The Daily Telegraph, 23 June 2010, p.13
  • Macleod, Murdo, ‘On the edge Gormley comes to Edinburgh’, The Guardian, 23 June 2010, pp.18-19
  • Wallinger, Mark, ‘A little light entertainment’, The Daily Telegraph, 15 June 2010, p.25
  • Raaj, Neelam, ‘Body at work, meet Antony Gormley’, The Times of India, 12 June 2010
  • Un-authored, Test launch: White Cube, Mason’s Yard, Evening Standard Magazine, 11 June 2010, p.12
  • Hoyle, Ben, ‘The beginning and probable end of the Tees Valley Giants’, The Times, 11 June 2010, p.19
  • Wallop, Henry, ‘Temenos: Kapoor unveils Britain’s largest sculpture’, The Telegraph, 11 June 2010
  • Wallop, Henry, ‘Angel’s wings are clipped by Britain’s biggest work of art’, The Daily Telegraph, 11 June 2010
  • Wainwright, Martin, ‘Back of the net – Middlesbrough scores with first of five giant Anish Kapoor sculptures’, The Guardian, 11 June 2010, p.11
  • Turner, Will, ‘Create and conquer’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 10 June 2010, p.12
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Antony Gormley in conversation’, Time Out, 3-9 June 2010, p.42
  • Un-auhtored, ‘Live: An evening with Antony Gormley’, Time Out, 3-9 June 2010
  • Sutcliffe, Tom, ‘Let the snoopers be snooped upon’, The Independent (Viewspaper), 8 June 2010, p.5
  • Wade, Mick, ‘‘I’ve climbed up to its testicles’…the crouching colossus that towers over Angel of the North’, The Times, 7 June 2010
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Biteback’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 6 June 2010
  • Un-authored, The Daily Telegraph, 5 June 2010
  • Un-authored, ‘Mandelson memoirs will ‘ruffle feathers’’, Metro, 4 June 2010, p.9
  • Pryor, Jean-Paul, ‘Antony Gormley: Test Sites’, Dazeddigital, 4 June 2010
  • McLean-Ferris, Laura, ‘Distinct lack of human interest’, The Independent, 4 June 2010, p.17
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Art that blinds with brilliance – literally’, The Guardian, 4 June 2010, pp.20-21
  • Durrant, Nancy, ‘Antony Gormley: Test Site – White Cube, SW1’, The Times, 4 June 2010, p.65
  • Un-authored, ‘Lighty labyrinth: Gormley artwork’, The Daily Telegraph, 4 June 2010
  • Un-authored, Metro, 4 June 2010, p.11
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Angel artist Gormley puts his body on the line for his work again’, Evening Standard, 3 June 2010, p.7
  • Un-authored, ‘Q+A: Antony Gormley’, Austria’s Hidden Treasures, Summer 2010, pp.4-5 and cover
  • Un-authored, ’10 to see: Recommended exhibitions this season’, Aesthetica, April – May 2010, pp.20-21
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Outer body experiences’, Financial Times (Life&Arts), 29-30 May 2010, p.3
  • Edemariam, Aida, ‘This is my offer to the world. My wager’, The Guardian, 22 May 2010, p.36
  • Sooke, Alastair, ‘Our sculptors are national treasures’, The Telegraph (Review), 22 May 2010, p.3
  • Lawson, Danny, ‘Shot in the park’, The Independent, 14 May 2010, p.23
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Britain’s cultural cathedral marks the decade of triumph’, The Independent, 10 May 2010, pp.14-15
  • Wade, Mike, ‘Nature can be healing – brutal, too’, The Times (Review), 1 May 2010, p.3
  • Waterfield, Giles, ‘We need to preserve artists’ homes past and present’, The Art Newspaper, No.212, April 2010, p.38
  • Philips, Susan, IHME Project, 12 March – 11 April 2010, p.9
  • Gourlay, Chris and Cristina Ruiz, ‘Nude Antony Gormley giant lost Olympic statue race’, The Sunday Times, 11 April 2010
  • Un-authored, Artforum, March 2010, p.73
  • Groves, Nancy, ‘Englishman in New York’s statues set to be towering success’, The Independent (Arts&Books), 26 March 2010, p.2
  • Vogel, Carol, ‘Interlopers on the Skyline’, The New York Times, 19 March 2010, C27
  • Turner, Janice, ‘Antony Gormley: I’m not proud of my body’’, The Times (arts&ents), 19 March 2010, pp.10-11
  • Cruz, Oscar, ‘Antony Gormley’, Touch of Class, No.1, October 2009, pp.42-46
  • Un-authored, ‘Sixty minutes of fame- Antony Gormley’s One & Other project begins’, Art of England, September 2009
  • Lott, Tim, ‘Hello, mum!’, The Independent on Sunday, 12 July 2009, pp.43-44
  • Hoyle, Ben and Tom Dyckhoff, ‘London offers its memorial to the 52 innocent victims of 7/7 Terrorism’, The Times, 1 August 2008, p.18
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Five best shows…and around the country’, The Independent (The Information), 16-22 September 2008, p.12
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Glamour at the gallery’, The Independent on Sunday (The New Review), 21 September 2008, p.6
  • Un-authored, ‘It’s happening in Liverpool, European capital of culture 2008’, The Times Magazine, 30 August 2008, pp.28-29
  • Moore-Bridger, Benedict, ‘Hyde Park 7/7 memorial to be towering tribute to 52 victims’, Evening Standard, 1 August 2008, p.11
  • Un-authored, ‘New establishment’, Evening Standard, 1 August 2008, p.10
  • Martin, Francesca, ‘One-in, one-out at Swedish art house’, The Guardian, 23 July 2008, p.29
  • Un-authored, ‘Five best films’, The Independent (Extra), 22 July 2008, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Five best exhibitions’, The Independent (Extra), 15 July 2008, p.21
  • Un-authored, ‘Fine art of investing in tough times’, The Sunday Telegraph, 13 July 2008, p.26
  • Eden, Richard, ‘Gormley warns about ‘troubled’ memorial’, The Sunday Telegraph, 13 July 2008, p.11
  • Jones, Alice. ‘The new faces’, The Independent, 11 July 2008, pp.2-5
  • Finel Honigman, Ana, ‘Chantal Joffe, Victoria Miro Gallery’, Artforum.com, 11 July 2008
  • Un-authored, ‘Five best exhibitions’, The Independent (Extra), 8 July 2008, p.21
  • Un-authored, ‘A Good Week For’, The Observer, 6 July 2008, p.41
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Five best London shows…and around the country’, The Independent, 28 June – 4 July 2008, p.14
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Five best London shows…and around the country’, The Independent, 21-27 June 2008, p.12
  • Un-authored, ‘Say what?’, The Guardian (G2), 25 June 2008, p.27
  • Duguid, Hannah, ‘The battle of Trafalgar’, The Independent, 25 June 2008, pp.12-13
  • Brooks, Richard, ‘Fame up for grabs in public to be living art on fourth plinth’, The Sunday Times, 22 June 2008
  • Pengilley, Teri, ‘Gormley’s ‘Angel’ to be sold at auction’, The Independent, 17 June 2008, p.10
  • Crompton, Sarah, ‘It leaps, but doesn’t fly’, The Daily Telegraph, 30 May 2008, p.30
  • Un-authored, ‘City life’, Evening Standard, 27 May 2008, p.32-33
  • Un-authored, ‘A proposed £1million memorial to London’s 7/7 terror attack victims has been slammed as ‘looking like a scrap heap’’, thesun.co.uk, 23 May 2008
  • Duguid, Hannah, ‘A box of delights’, The Independent, 21 May 2008, p.12-13
  • Un-authored, ‘Gormley memorial shocks Royal Parks’, The Sunday Telegraph, 18 May 2008, p.11
  • Tusa, John, ‘The power to choose public art should lie with the people’, The Observer (Review), 11 May 2008, p.11
  • Miller, Vikki, ‘‘Angel’ Sculptor will work on 7/7 tribute’, The Sunday Telegraph, 4 May 2008, p.5
  • Un-authored, Esquire, Vol.22, No.5, May 2008, pp.126-118
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘The powers behind the plinth’, The Art Newspaper, April 2008, p.38
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Some day his plinth will come’, The Observer (Review), 27 April 2008, p.3
  • George, Chris, ‘Gormley is king of castle’, The Independent, 26 April 2008, p.22
  • Serota, Nicholas, ‘Want to see more art? Then give us a tax break’, The Observer, 20 April 2008, p.7
  • Wilkinson, Carl (ed.), ‘Open Space: The vogue for public art’, The Observer Book of Art, 13 April 2008, p.110-111
  • Matthias, Fiona, ‘The Arts Power List’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 13 April 2008, pp.18-25
  • Un-authored, ‘United Kingdom’, The Art Newspaper, March 2008, p.76
  • Un-authored, ‘Mayor’s art auction’, The Art Newspaper, March 2008, p.66
  • Un-authored, ‘In the frame’, The Art Newspaper, March 2008, p.2
  • Wyndham, Constance, ‘Liverpool: Beyond the Tate in 2008’, Art World, February – March 2008, p.135
  • Chapman, Peter, ‘Pick of the week’, The Independent (The Information), 22-28 March 2008, p.13
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony is coming, lightly down the Liffey’, The Independent, 21 March 2008, p.28
  • Un-authored, ‘Free Culture’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 16 March 2008, pp.26-31
  • Orr, Deborah, ‘In praise of public art: it gladden the heart’, The Independent, 15 March 2008, p.18
  • Un-authored, ‘Uncertain future for Gormley figures’, The Independent, 15 March 2008, p.15
  • Un-authored, ‘Go See: Antony Gormley at White Cube Mason’s Yard, London, March 6-April 12’, Art Observed, 11 March 2008
  • Güner, Fisun, ‘Art Review, Antony Gormley: Firmament’, Metro, 11 March 2008, p.35
  • Eden, Richard and Tim Walker, ‘Gormley and pals draw Ken into a new cronyism row’, The Sunday Telegraph, 9 March 2008, p.17
  • Barber, Lynn, ‘Antony Gormley: The Interview’, The Observer, 9 March 2008, pp.4-5
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Boris and Benn form an unlikely plinth’, The Independent, 8 March 2008, p.29
  • Lewis, Ben, ‘Cast from the mind’, Evening Standard, 7 March 2008, p.44
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘Modern public artworks are ‘crap’, says Gormley. This is how it should be done’, The Independent, 6 March 2008, pp.1, 8 and cover
  • Un-authored, ‘Gormley ridicules poor public art’, The Times, 6 March 2008, p.20
  • Un-authored, ‘Off the wall’, The Guardian, 6 March 2008, p.10
  • Dorment, Richard, ’22 years…and just one idea’, The Daily Telegraph, 6 March 2008, p.30
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Artist Gormley is selling his bodies for £1.35 million’, Evening Standard, 5 March 2008, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Art round-up’, The London Paper, 4 March 2008, p.14
  • Flintoff, John-Paul, ‘The man who broke the mould’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 2 March 2008, pp.32-35
  • Un-authored, ‘The latest news on the art and architecture of royal academicians’, RA, Spring 2008, p.95
  • Harris, Gareth, ‘Statues in Britain are revolting – and so are we’, The Art Newspaper, February 2008, p.4
  • Boucher, Brian, ‘Antony Gormley at Sean Kelly’, Art in America, February 2008, p.139
  • Barker, Godfrey, ‘The Thinker’, Evening Standard, 15 February 2008, pp.16-18
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘Low morale devastates art colleges’, The Observer, 10 February 2008, p.7
  • Schwabsky, Barry, ‘‘Turner Prize: A Retrospective 1984-2006’’, Artforum, January 2008, p.277
  • Un-authored, ‘It’s him again!’, The Jackdaw, December 2007 – January 2008, p.18
  • Cooke, Rachel, ‘Why the nation needs an Angel of the South’, The Observer, 27 January 2008, p.13
  • O’Connor, Margaret, ‘Homes for the mobile’, Financial Times, 26-27 January 2008,
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Drawing room drama where nothing is at it seems’, The Independent on Sunday, 20 January 2008, p.61
  • Un-authored, ‘Image of the week’, The Times (The Knowledge), 12-18 January 2008, p.3
  • Dear, David, ‘The joy of Gormley’, The Observer, 13 January 2008, p.34
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Mirrors and meerkats fight the new battle of Trafalgar’, The Independent on Sunday, 13 January 2008, pp.54-55
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Art on a pedestal’, Financial Times, 12-13 January 2008, p.13
  • Brown, Mark, ‘Changes at the British Council ‘appalling’, say leading artists’, The Guardian, 12 January 2008, p.21
  • Un-authored, ‘Dismay at British Council art cuts’, The Guardian, 12 January 2008, p.41
  • Barkham, Patrick, ‘Wanted: 8,760 living statues’, The Guardian (G2), 10 January 2008, pp.23-25
  • Brown, Mark, ‘What’s the big idea? Six artists square up in new battle of Trafalgar’, The Guardian, 9 January 2008, p.9
  • Akbar, Arifa, ‘The battle of Trafalgar (square that is)’, The Independent, 9 January 2008, pp.12-13
  • Johnson, Andrew, ‘What next for the fourth plinth?’, The Independent on Sunday, 6 January 2008, p.46
  • Walker, Rosie, ‘Snow blanket the North but warmer weather is coming’, The Independent, 4 January 2008, p.8
  • Un-authored, The Telegraph Magazine, 29 December 2008, pp.20-21
  • Aitkenhead, Decca, ‘The year in words and pictures’, The Guardian (Weekend), 29 December 2007, p.60
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘2007: What we loved’, The Observer, 16 December 2007, pp.12-13
  • Yarlish, Carla, ‘Inspired by: Antony Gormley’, Art World, October – November 2007, p.131
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Crouching Figure, Burning Waste Man’, ARTnews, June 2007, pp.118-121
  • Connolly, Cressida, ‘Casting Director’, Vogue, May 2007, pp.200-205
  • Cumming, Ed, ‘Gormley’s turning to high art at home’, Camden New Journal (The Review), 31 May 2007, p.5
  • Ward, Ossian, ‘Light fantastic’, Time Out, 23-29 May 2007, p.38
  • Maddocks, Fiona, ‘It’s amazing that I’ve been allowed to do what I do’, The Scotsman, 28 May 2007, pp.24-25
  • Hubbard, Sue, ‘Heavenly bodies’, New Statesman, 28 May 2007, pp.40-41
  • Brody, Hugh, ‘The human factor’, The Guardian (Review), 26 May 2007, pp.12-13
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘Lost in the fog’, Evening Standard (Life & Culture), 25 May 2007, pp.38-39
  • Bunting, Madeleine, ‘Artists are now taking the lead politicians have failed to follow’, The Guardian, 21 May 2007, p.25
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘We’re not the only ones in a fog’, The Observer, 20 May 2007, p.7
  • Field, Marcus, ‘The people vs Gormley’, The Independent on Sunday, 20 May 2007, p.9
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Space Invaders’, The Sunday Telegraph (Seven), 20 May 2007, pp.34-35
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘The darker side of Antony Gormley takes hold of Waldemar Januszczak at the Hayward’, The Sunday Times (Culture), 20 May 2007, p.10
  • Wullschlager, Jackie, ‘Mind, bodies and spirit’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 19 May 2007, p.16
  • Hardman, Robert, ‘How I see it’, Daily Mail, 18 May 2007, pp.30-31
  • Macdonald, Fiona, ‘A telling body of work’, MetroLife, 17 May 2007, p.31
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Antony’s army’, The Guardian, 15 May 2007, pp.23-26
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Blinded by the Light’, The Independent, 15 May, pp.12-13
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Gormley finds himself in the fog’, The Daily Telegraph, 15 May 2007
  • Smith, David, ‘Antony Gormley: All the world is his gallery’, The Observer, 13 May 2007, p.45
  • Aspden, Peter, ‘Angel of the South Bank’, Financial Times (Life&Arts), 5-6 May 2007, p.15
  • Mullins, Charlotte, ‘Here’s looking at you’, The Telegraph, 28 April 2007, pp.26-33
  • Lydiate, Henry, ‘Gormley on the Beach’, Art Monthly, December 2006 – January 2007, p.49
  • Orr, Deborah, ‘Only a flicker of curiosity in Margate’, The Independent (Extra), 4 December 2006, p.22
  • Hattersley, Giles, ‘Big art versus small minds’, The Sunday Times, 29 October 2006, p.5
  • Roberts, Genevieve, ‘Gormley statues evicted on safety grounds’, The Independent, 20 October 2006 p.5
  • Ward, David, ‘Making Waves’, The Guardian, 18 October 2006, pp.14-17
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘Life Force’, RA, Autumn 2006
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘The artist who came in from the cold’, Time Out, 12-19 July 2006, p.43
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Apocalypse now and again’, The Independent, 26 June 2006, p.15
  • Travis, Alan, ‘Paedophile case ignites sentences row’, The Guardian, 13 June 2006, p.1
  • Billen, Andrew, ‘I am still attracted to the monastic life’, The Times (Times2), 8 October 2005, p.8
  • Guy Nichols, Matthew, ‘Review of exhibitions’, Art in America, September 2005
  • Flintoff, Jean-Paul, ‘Wonder walls’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 21 August 2005, pp.28-33
  • Un-authored, ‘They said what?’, The Observer, 21 August 2005, pp.2 and 24
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Making waves’, New Statesman, 8 August 2005, pp.28-29
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘Another Place’, The Independent (Arts & Books Review), 1 July 2005
  • Smith, Roberta, ‘Antony Gormley. ‘Clearing IV’’, The New York Times, 3 June 2005
  • Un-authored, ‘Q&A’, The Observer (Observer Music Monthly), May 2005, p.74
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Off the blocks. Tate’s 40 artists back bid’, The Guardian, 28 May 2005, p.5
  • Von Hase, Bettina, ‘In the studio’, Art + Auction, April 2005, pp.38-41
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Frankenstein’s monster is not abominable’, The Times, 16 March 2005, p.7
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Taxpayers’ Arctic art cuts no ice with critic’, The Times, 16 March 2005, p.7
  • Halliday, Nigel, ‘Body Language’, Third Way, March 2005, pp.16-20
  • Davies, Caroline, ‘Stars help mend broken hearts’, The Daily Telegraph, 21 February 2005
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Artist’s old Bed at Tate’, The Guardian, 26 November 2004, p.8
  • Un-authored, ‘The bed made for loafing’, The Daily Telegraph, 26 November 2004, p.13
  • Jury, Louise, ‘How Antony Gormley made his ‘bed’’, The Independent, 26 November 2004, pp.12-13
  • Mouland, Bill, ‘Who’s for breakfast in bed?’, Daily Mail, 26 November 2004, pp.30-31
  • Leitch, Luke and Chris Millar, ‘Toast of the Tate’, Evening Standard, 25 November 2004, p.17
  • Un-authored, ‘Inside’, Art Monthly, October 2004
  • Smith, David, ‘Tate loses out to galleries abroad in cash squeeze’, The Observer, 31 October 2004, p.11
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Artists rally to Tate’s cause by donating major works’, The Guardian, 26 October 2004, p.9
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Tate has to beg for gifts of new work from living artists’, The Times, 26 October 2004, p.3
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Freud and Hirst bail out cash-strapped Tate’, The Independent, 26 October 2004, p.15
  • Gleadell, Colin, ‘British Art Tops the Bill’, Art Monthly, September 2004, pp.44-45
  • Fitzgerald, Michaelm, ‘Lonely Art Club’, Time, 2 August 2004, pp.122-131
  • D’Souza, Christa, ‘The art of being Louise Macbain’, The Daily Telegraph, 26 June 2004, pp.1-2
  • Butcher, David, ‘Tim Marlow on…A Secret History of Clay – from Gauguin to Gormley’, Radio Times, London, 19-25 June 2004, p.98
  • Wainwright, Martin, ‘Little gems. Hi-tech shrinks northern landmarks’, The Guardian, 10 June 2004, p.12
  • Un-authored, ‘Just Think. Rodin And His Contemporary Counterparts at The Albright-Knox Art Gallery’, Art Voice, 20-26 May 2004, pp.12-13
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Lost in space’, New Statesman, 17 May 2004, pp.40-41
  • Dalley, Jan, ‘The sum of all knowledge’, Financial Times, 15 May 2004, p.2
  • Wenman, Neil Robert, ‘Zero to infinity’, The Architect’s Journal, 13 May 2004, p.52
  • Gascoigne, Laura, ‘Antony Gormley: Clearing / White Cube’, What’s On In London, 12 May 2004, p.28
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Antony Gormley: White Cube’, Time Out, 5-12 May 2004, p.44
  • Coomer, Martin, ‘Antony Gormley. White Cube’, Time Out, 5 May 2004, p.44
  • Millard, Rosie, ‘Notebook’, New Statesman, 3 May 2004, p.51
  • Arnold, Sue, ‘Nothing better than a delicious lamb to slaughter’, The Observer, 2 May 2004, p.11
  • Mutzabaugh, Ben, ‘Getaways on the cheap’, USA Today, 27 April 2004
  • Low, Stuart, ‘Figuratively speaking’, Democrat and Chronicle (New York), 25 April 2004, p.4C
  • Leader, Darian, ‘Hung, drawn and pondered’, The Independent on Sunday, 25 April 2004, p.25
  • Un-authored, ‘Exhibition of Christian Art at City Venues’, Lincoln Chronicle, 22 April 2004, p.9
  • Un-authored, ‘Take the Cube root to see Brit star’s new art’, East London Advertiser, 22 April 2004, p.25
  • Vallely, Paul, ‘From Newcastle to eternity’, The Independent (Review), 20 April 2004, pp.6-7
  • Huntington, R, ‘Exhibit shows how radical Rodin’s work was’, The Buffalo News, 18 April 2004
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Wired for vision’, The Times, 17 April 2004, pp.20-21
  • Mullins, Charlotte, ‘Gormley’s out of body experience’, Financial Times, 13 April 2004, p.13
  • Preston, John, ‘Almost abstract friends’, The Sunday Telegraph, 29 February 2004
  • Kennedy, Maev and Dan De Luce, ‘Less is Moore’, The Guardian, 22 January 2004, p.19
  • Irving, Mark and Raymond Whitaker, ‘Damien Hirst leads Britart’s diplomatic mission to Iran’, The Independent on Sunday, 18 January 2004, p.9
  • Glover, Michael, ‘From angels to cybersculpture’, The Independent (Arts&Books), 19 December 2003, p.2-4
  • Conrad, Peter, ‘They’re petrified. I’m slightly puzzled’, The Observer (Review), London, 18 May 2003, p.10
  • Un-authored, ‘B Gormley’, The Journal, 16 May 2003, pp.28-30 and 43-46
  • Hackworth, Nick, ‘Land of the giants’, Evening Standard, 16 May 2003, p.32
  • Wishart, Ruth, ‘Something to figure out’, The Herald, 8 May 2003
  • Un-authored, ‘Gleaming The Cube’, V, April 2003
  • Lane, Harriet, ‘A Cast of Hundreds’, The Observer Magazine, 13 April 2003, pp.25-30
  • Renfrew, Colin, ‘Meeting of minds’, The Times Magazine, 5 April 2003, pp.24-27
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley: Asian field, Guangzhou, China’, The Art Newspaper, No.135, April 2003, p.26
  • Hartenstein Saatchi, Kay, ‘Into The Outback’, ArtReview, March 2003, pp.74-81
  • Ward, David, ‘380,000 eyes fulfil a sculptor’s vision’, The Guardian, 25 March 2003, p.14
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Mud Upwards’, Modern Painters, Spring 2003, pp.22-23
  • Gleeson, David, ‘Antony Gormley: Field for the British Isles’, Contemporary, No.47-48, February 2003, p.118
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Cuerpo Y Alma’, Harper’s Bazaar (Spain), February 2003, pp.42-43
  • Sweet, Matthew, ‘People’s army’, The Independent on Sunday, 23 February 2003, p.18
  • Vallely, Paul, ‘The model sculptor – and angel of modern British art’, The Independent, 22 February 2003, p.21
  • Hull, Liz, ‘Artist with a nude model army’, Daily Mail, 19 February 2003, p.21
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Empty vessels’, The Guardian, 20 May 2003, p.12
  • Gormley, Antony (design), The Guardian (G2), 8 January 2003, cover
  • van Dusen, Caitlin, ‘The Other Side of Appearance’, Tricycle, November 2002, pp.81-84
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Body and soul’, Harpers & Queen, November 2002, pp.89-90
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Antony Gormley. British Museum’, Time Out, 27 November 2002
  • Packer, William, ‘Obvious message of pious hope’, Financial Times, 26 November 2002, p.17
  • Jones, Jonathan, ‘Me, me, me’, The Guardian, 20 November 2002, pp.14-15
  • De Bruxelles, Simon, ‘Giant guardian of the gateway to the West’, The Times, 19 October 2002
  • Sweet, Matthew, ‘Antony Gormley. His next big thing’, The Independent Magazine, September 2002, pp.10-15
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Doing it by the books’, The Times, 23 July 2002, p.20
  • Leitch, Luke, ‘Angel of the North sculptor finally brings his art south’, Evening Standard, 18 July 2002
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Sculpture on a human scale for Tate’s ‘secular cathedral’’, The Guardian, 6 April 2002, p.7
  • Ma Benitez Duenas, Issa, ‘Antony Gormley’, Tema Celeste (New York), February 2002, p.79
  • Dalley, Jan, ‘All that is solid melts into air’, Financial Times, 9 February 2002, p.7
  • O’Kane, Marianne, ‘Antony Gormley’, Contemporary, January 2002
  • Mortensen, Henning L, ‘Et speil for virkeligheten’, Vi Ser Pa Kunst (Oslo), No.2, 2001
  • Jeffries, Stuart, ‘He made looking at art an adventure’, The Guardian, 6 November 2001
  • Tromp, Ian, ‘Antony Gormley, New Art Centre Sculpture Park and Gallery’, Sculpture (Washington), Vol.20, No.8, T, October 2001
  • Gregory, Rob, ‘They say that size isn’t everything’, The Independent, 22 September 2001
  • Un-authored, ‘Exquisite corpse by Antony Gormley, Gavin Turk, Cathy de Monchaux and Angus Fairhurst’, Tate Magazine, Autumn 2001
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Gormley strikes twice in Yorkshire park’, The Independent, 8 August 2001
  • Glover, Michael, ‘Cornwall’s out-of-body experience’, The Independent, 26 June 2001
  • Jury, Louise, ‘Leading British artists to give run-down areas of Peckham an overdue facelift’, The Independent, 21 June 2001
  • O’Connell, Alex, ‘The Body in Question’, The Times, 18 June 2001
  • Self, Will, ‘One in a million’, The Independent on Sunday, 17 June 2001
  • Ross, Deborah, ‘A sculptor with his significant body of work’, The Independent, 28 May 2001
  • Watson, Philip, ‘Relative Values: Antony and Brendan Gormley’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 6 May 2001
  • Goodey, Jan, ‘Body of Work’, The Insight, May 2001
  • Un-authored, ‘Man in de put’, SMAAK (The Hague), April 2001
  • Grieve, Lara, ‘Artists in Profile: Antony Gormley’, bbc.co.uk, March 2001
  • O’Connell, Dee, ‘Dream Teams’, The Observer Magazine, 18 March 2001
  • Weinrautner, Ina, ‘Auf in de Zimmerstrasse’, Handelsblatt (Berlin), 17 March 2001
  • Tait, Simon, ‘The ultimate street cred’, Evening Standard, 9 March 2001
  • Un-authored, ‘What’s art for?’, UCL People, Spring 2001
  • Baring, Louise, ‘Ein Jahr in Meer’, Vogue (Berlin), February 2001
  • Gunness, Christopher, ‘Why the body needs to be set in stone’, The Independent on Sunday, 25 February 2001
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Art: body builder’, The Times, 10 February 2001
  • Un-authored, ‘Wonder: National Theatre, Blunder: Charing Cross Station’, The Guardian, 5 February 2001
  • Herbert, Martin, ‘Antony Gormley, White Cube2, London’, Tema Celeste (Milan), January – February 2001
  • Walker, John A, ‘To buy or not to buy…’, ArtReview, December 2000 – January 2001
  • Berg, Ronald, ‘Free Thinker and Solo Dancer: Antony Gormley in the new Art Quarter at Zimmerstrasse’, Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin), 27 January 2001
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley: My Cultural Life’, The Times, 20 January 2001
  • Bauman, Zygmunt, ‘Leben – oder bloß Uberleben?’, Die Ziet (Berlin), 28 December 2000
  • Dunne, Aidan, ‘Where angels fear to tread’, The Irish Times, 4 December 2000
  • Sjogren, Anders, ‘Mannen bakom rondellens huvudlosa kroppar’, Vasterbottens-Kuriren (Umea), 9 November 2000
  • Un-authored, ‘Omdiskuterad staty invigd’, Vasterbottens Folkblad (Umea), 9 November 2000
  • Toberman, Barry ‘Oslo weeps as memorial to Nazi victims dedicated’, Jewish Chronicle, 3 November 2000
  • Sandberg, Lotte, ‘Poetiske paminnelser’, Aftenposten, 27 October 2000
  • Boren, Trond, ‘Stolene er tome’, Stavanger Aftenblad, 27 October 2000
  • Bugge, Erle Moestue, ‘Norske joder far sitt krigs-monument’, Aftenposten (Oslo), 25 October 2000
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Artist on art’, The Daily Telegraph, 7 October 2000
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Self-portraits without the self’, The Daily Telegraph, 4 October 2000
  • Currah, Mark, ‘Antony Gormley’, Time Out, 27 September – 4 October 2000
  • Un-authored, ‘Männer, schwerelos: Skulpturen von Gormley bei White Cube2 in London’, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 23 September 2000
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Eight iron men, some old Y-fronts and a neon tube’, The Independent on Sunday, 17 September 2000
  • Bishop, Claire, ‘Casting himself into a corner’, Evening Standard, 15 September 2000
  • Sutcliffe, Tom, ‘Adventures in personal space’, The Independent, London, 12 September 2000
  • Darwent, Charles, ‘Antony Gormley: Drawn’, Metro, 8 September 2000
  • Deblonde, Gautier, ‘Gormley’s People’, Granta 71, Autumn 2000
  • Hall, James, ‘Another time, another place’, ArtReview, July – August 2000, pp.34-37
  • Griffiths, Mark, ‘Art and gardening draw on common ground’, The Times, 17 August 2000
  • MacRitchie, Lynn, ‘The creative outdoors’, Financial Times, 5 – 6 August 2000
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Everything in the garden is unnaturally lovely’, The Sunday Telegraph, 3 August 2000
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Life in the big apple’, The Guardian, 25 July 2000
  • Tjomsland, Nina, ‘Jernmenn for a danne fortellingen om vare liv’, Stavanger Aftenblad (Norway), 1 July 2000
  • Thorson, Alice, ‘Sculpture is ‘Still Standing’’, The Kansas City Star, 20 June 2000
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘We must build on this renaissance of art in Britain’, The Independent, 24 May 2000
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘Simply the Best’, The Observer (Review), 14 May 2000
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Bring sharks into the classroom’, The Daily Telegraph, 4 May 2000
  • Hindry, Anne, ‘Antony Gormley’, ArtPress (Paris), May 2000
  • Burnham, Scott G, ‘Standing on the Shoulders of the Past: Recent Landmark Sculptures in the United Kingdom’, Sculpture (Washington DC), April 2000
  • Gibbons, Fiachra, ‘East is Best for Britart Pack’, The Guardian, 14 April 2000
  • Terri Judd, ‘Turner offerings baffle Dome art zone customers’, The Independent, 29 March 2000
  • Un-authored, ‘A Celebration of 500 years of British art’, The Observer Magazine, 19 March 2000
  • Ian Tromp, ‘Body and Light: Antony Gormley’s Quantum Clouds’, Modern Painters, Spring 2000, pp.128-129
  • Young, Robbin and Jonathan Morgan, ‘Broad canvas for the new face of Tate Britain’, The Times, 24 March 2000
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Outdoor art allies are streets apart’, The Times, 15 March 2000
  • Un-authored, ‘Public art has captured the public’s imagination’, The Independent Review, 15 March 2000
  • Reynolds, Gillian, ‘Choice: Radio Review’, Daily Telegraph, 6 March 2000
  • Breerette, Geneviève, ‘Vivacité et renouvellement de deux sculpteurs anglais’, Le Monde (Paris), 5-6 March 2000
  • Un-authored, ‘Revelations - Antony Gormley’, Ceramic Review, January – February 2000
  • Dault, Gary Michael, ‘Antony Gormley: One moment after another’, Border Crossings (Manitoba), No.73, February 2000
  • Allan, Tom, ‘Dome Roamin’, The Guardian, 15 January 2000
  • Cumming, Laura, ‘The Figures Speak for Themselves’, The Observer Review, 9 January 2000
  • Auld, Tim, ‘Foxglove: Digitalis purpurea’, House & Garden, December 1999
  • Ryan, Francesca, ‘His London’, Evening Standard Magazine, 22 December 1999
  • Halliburton, Rachel, ‘Iron man arises’, Financial Times Weekend, 12 December 1999
  • Harlow, John, ‘Angel of the south heads for clouds’, The Sunday Times, 12 December 1999
  • Nerheimm, Ole S, ‘Fra Skjenkestuen til det private rom’, Rogalands Avis (Norway), 10 December 1999
  • Odone, Cristina, ‘Heaven Can’t Wait’, The Observer Magazine, 28 November 1999
  • Abrahams, Charlotte, ‘Art to DIY for’, The Guardian Weekend, 9 October 1999
  • Brown, Dave, The Independent, 6 October 1999
  • Un-authored, ‘Quantum art will join the leap into the Millennium’, The Herald, 5 October 1999
  • Un-authored, ‘Turner winner’s dome display’, The Scotsman, 5 October 1999
  • Un-authored, ‘Dome art’s silver lining’, The Express, 5 October 1999
  • Cooper, Tim and Robin Stringer, ‘Artforms and uniforms… the Dome’s new additions’, Evening Standard, 5 October 1999
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Meridian messages writ on water’, The Times, 5 October 1999
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Millennium Man to become Gormley’s angel of the South’, The Daily Telegraph,
  • 5 October 1999
  • Price, Richard, ‘The human hedgehog: Angel of the North artist makes his point… around 3,500 times’, Daily Mail, 5 October 1999 Henderson, Mark, ‘Sculptor resurrects millennium giant’, The Times, 5 October 1999
  • McCann, Paul, ‘From the man who made the ‘Gateshead Flasher’, a ‘Millennium Man’ for the Dome’, The Independent, 5 October 1999
  • Kennedy, Maev, ‘Invisible man to rival Angel of North’, The Guardian, 5 October 1999
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘He created the Angel of the North. Now he’s making an even bigger Millennium Man. But will it stand up?’, The Guardian, 5 October 1999
  • Lister, David, ‘Sex-change machine and invisible sculpture will top bill at the Dome’, The Independent, 3 September 1999
  • Rhodes, Richard, ‘Afterthought’, Canadian Art, Autumn 1999
  • Un-authored, ‘A Hypermarket of Hype: Even Duchamp could be useful in the world of DIY’, The Times, 28 July 1999
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Art given a shelf life at DIY store’, The Times, 28 July 1999
  • Gibbons, Fiachra, ‘Home is the base for objets d’art’, The Guardian, 28 July 1999
  • Thorncroft, Antony, ‘Sculptors find that Homebase is where the art is’, Financial Times, 28 July 1999 Doolan, Susan, ‘Intimate Exhibit’, Barrie Examiner, 24 July 1999 O’Brien, Peter, ‘Middle of Somewhere’, National Post, 23 July 1999
  • Un-authored, ‘Another Place’, New York Contemporary Art Report, June 1999
  • Ligtelijn, Merel, ‘Op het Lange Voorhout wordt de hazendans gehopst’, Trouw (The Hague), 24 June 1999
  • Smallenburg, Sandra, ‘Britse sculpturen op Lange Voorhout’, NRC Handelsbled, 22 June 1999
  • Rosenberg, Herman, ‘Leger kleifiguren bezet Spui’, Haagsche Courant (The Hague), 22 June 1999
  • van Put, Roos, ‘Antony Gormley en zijn rol op aarde’, Haagsche Courant (The Hague), 21 June 1999
  • van Put, Roos, ‘Vragen over het bestaan’, Haagsche Courant (The Hague), 18 June 1999
  • Harbo, John, ‘Britisk kunstner med monument over norske jøder’, Aftenposten (Oslo), 27 March 1999
  • Eliassaf, Smadar, ‘A landscape of eyes’, Mishkafayim (The Israel Museum, Jerusalem 1998)
  • Ulrich Obrist, Hans, ‘Unbuilt roads’, Contemporary Visual Arts, No.20, 1998
  • Bailey, Colette, ‘Angel of the North’, Sculpture 98, Winter 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Baby stamp faces ban’, The Star, 2 November 1998
  • Milmo, Cahal, ‘Outrage at ‘foetus’ stamp’, The Independent, 2 November 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Millennium stamp shows ‘dead foetus’’, Daily Telegraph, 2 November 1998
  • Judd, Terri, ‘Outcry over ‘dead baby’ stamp’, Daily Mail, 2 November 1998
  • Swanberg, Lena Katarina, ‘Vernissage I bokskogen’, Manads Journal (Sweden), August 1998
  • Borgen, Trond, ‘Mennesket mot utslettelsen’, Stavanger Aftenblad (Norway), 18 August 1998
  • Sandvik, Hilde, ‘Ein annan stad’, Bergens Tidende (Norway), 21 June 1998
  • Schoen, Margaretha, ‘Med freestyle och Insiders i Wanas Walk’, Svenska Dagbladet (Sweden), 13 June 1998
  • Borgen, Trond, ‘En mystik strand’, Stavanger Aftenblad (Norway), 9 June 1998
  • Gudlaugsson, Kristjan, ‘Folkefest for 100 nakne menn’, Rogalands Avis (Norway), 8 June 1998
  • Ahlstrom, Crispin, ‘Intelligenta naturlekar’, Goteborgs-Posten (Sweden), 5 June 1998
  • Bevan, Roger, ‘Attraction of opposites’, RA, No.59, Summer 1998
  • Burton, Jane, ‘ The Angel Has Landed’, ARTnews, May 1998
  • Thorpe, Vanessa, ‘A monumental vision’, The Independent on Sunday, 31 May 1998
  • Lister, David, ‘Royal Academy goes out on a limb to attract young audience’, The Independent, 28 May 1998
  • Kyander, Pontus, ‘Elegant och intelligent’, Sydsvenskan (Sweden), 27 May 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Stripped, cling-filmed...’, The Observer, 24 May 1998
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘£1m war sculpture for the Summer Exhibition/Summer Exhibition loses serene image with war sculpture’, The Daily Telegraph, 23 May 1998
  • Stringer, Robin, ‘Sculptor faces the critics and the mass’, Evening Standard, 22 May 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Gateshead greets Chelsea with green Angel of the North (minus Shearer shirt)’, The Independent on Sunday, 17 May 1998
  • Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Shearer plays on the wing’, The Daily Telegraph, 13 May 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Gateshead's A1 Angel’, Tate, No.14, Spring 1998
  • Fontaine, Rex, ‘Spot of bother for Damian’, The Independent on Sunday, 12 April 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Rule Britannia: Cool Britannia’, Svenska Dagbladet (Stockholm), 5 April 1998
  • de Lisle, Rosanna, ‘Very young British artists’, The Independent on Sunday, 5 April 1998
  • Walker, Keith and Simon Morley, ‘Gormley's Space 1986’, Art and Christianity Enquiry Bulletin, No.14, April 1998
  • Henshall, Michael, ‘Hills of the North, rejoice’, Church Times, 20 March 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Upfront’, Tate, Spring 1998
  • Usherwood, Paul, ‘Is it a Bird? Is it a Plane?’, Art Monthly, February 1998
  • Paul Vallely, ‘A new friend for the North’, The Independent, 28 February 1998
  • ‘Tippett: The Midsummer Marriage’ (programme), Bayerische Staatsoper (Munich), 25 February 1998
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘This one's got wings’, The Sunday Times, 22 February 1998
  • Gill, AA, ‘They have a word for this kind of angel up north’, The Sunday Times, 22 February 1998
  • McEwen, John, ‘Angels go public’, The Sunday Telegraph, 22 February 1998
  • Feaver, William, ‘It will never take off...’, The Observer, 22 February 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Artists show it can all be child's play’, The Independent on Sunday, 22 February 1998
  • Packer, William, ‘An angel to out-wing them all’, Financial Times, 21-22 February 1998
  • Grove, Valerie, ‘Sculptor with belief in his guardian angel’, The Times, 21 February 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Kunstmarkt’, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 21 February 1998
  • Barker, Paul ‘Observations’, New Statesman, 20 February 1998
  • Meixner, Christiane, ‘Der alte Traum des Ikarus’, Koelner Stadtanzeiger (Cologne), 19 February 1998
  • McClarence, Stephen, ‘The art of what is and what could have been’, Yorkshire Post, 18 February 1998
  • Russell Taylor, John, ‘Big, but is it beautiful?’, The Times, 18 February 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Letters to the Editor’, The Guardian, 18 February 1998
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘Is it a bird? Is it a plane?’, The Daily Telegraph, London, 18 February 1998
  • Lloyd, Chris, ‘A heavenly host greets the Angel’, The Northern Echo, 17 February 1998
  • Whetstone, David, ‘Angel rides the wind’, The Journal, 17 February 1998
  • Evans, Martin, ‘Angel braves the North’, Irish News, 17 February 1998
  • Lambirth, Andrew, ‘Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a Gormley’, The Independent, 17 February 1998
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘Impressive piece of structural design and engineering’, The Guardian, 17 February 1998
  • Morgan, Maggie, ‘Devil of a row over rusty Angel’, The Express, 17 February 1998
  • Casey, John, ‘Big, brash, banal: truly a symbol of our age’, Daily Mail, 17 February 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Brave big Britannia’, The Times, 16 February 1998
  • French, Sarah, ‘Angel on high’ and ‘Giant mummy gets its wings and an angelic expression’, The Northern Echo, 16 February 1998
  • White, Stephen, ‘The ascending angel’, The Mirror, 16 February 1998
  • Whetstone, David, ‘Angel on high’ and ‘The Angel of the North’, The Journal, 16 February 1998
  • Goodwin, Stephen, ‘Easy does it... as a 200-tonne angel is winched into the sky’, The Independent, 16 February 1998
  • Hetherington, Peter, ‘Traffic stops as Angel spreads his wings’, The Guardian, 16 February 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Angel of the North spreads his wings over Gateshead’, Financial Times, 16 February 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Friend in the North’, The Express, 16 February 1998
  • Richards, Linda, ‘The Angel has landed’,
  • Hopkins, Rebecca, ‘Angel Delight’, Evening Chronicle, 16 February 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Spread your wings’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 February 1998
  • Scott, Roger, ‘Ascension of a rusty angel’, The Daily Mail, 16 February 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘5 days in the life of...’, The Independent on Sunday, 15 February 1998
  • Un-authored, ‘Tyneside's guardian’, The Economist, 14 February 1998
  • Unwin, Brian, ‘Art for North's sake’, The Daily Telegraph, 14 February 1998
  • Hayward, David, ‘Spreading wings’, New Civil Engineer, 12 February 1998
  • Buerklin, Heidi, ‘Glitzerbilder mit Dung’, Die Welt (Germany), 31 January 1998
  • Boggan, Steve, ‘Northerners see the light as Angel makes its entrance’, The Independent, 31 January 1998
  • Windsor, John, ‘Let the love affair begin’, The Independent (Saturday Magazine), 17 January 1998
  • Hetherington, Peter, ‘On the side of the Angel’, The Guardian, 10 January 1998
  • Whetstone, David, ‘Sculptor unveils a virtual reality model’, The Journal, 4 December 1997
  • Hohmeyer, Boris, ‘Der Blick geht hin ueber nach England’, ART (Hamburg), November 1997
  • Higgs, Matthew, ‘Follow Me’, Art Monthly, November 1997
  • Cordes, Ilse, ‘Figur oder Dokumentation?’, Cuxhavener Nachrichten, 7 November 1997
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley - Wattenmeerprojekt - Cuxhaven’, ART (Hamburg), October 1997
  • ‘Britain renewed’, Time, 27 October 1997; text by Mairi Ben Brahim, Helen Gibson, Barry Hilenbrand and Philip Skelding
  • Hartmann, Dora, ‘Die Meditation der Kurgaste’, Die Tageszeitung Abkurzung taz, 18-19 October 1997
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley Exhibition’, The British Council Bulletin (Tokyo), July – September 1997
  • Un-authored, ‘Angel of the North wings in’, Financial Times, 22 September 1997
  • Kempe, Jessica, ‘Ogon spanda I trad’, Dagens Nyheter, 19 September 1997
  • Blomberg, Katja, ‘Eisenmaenner auf ihrem Weg ins Meer’, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 18 September 1997
  • Cordes, Ilse, ‘Nur ein winziges Etwas in der weiten Landschaft’, Cuxhavener Nachrichten, 12 September 1997
  • Haastert, Hagen, ‘Tagein, tagaus regungslos in den Fluten stehen’, Main-Echo (Aschaffenburg)
  • Un-authored, ‘100 Maenner nackt im Watt’, Darmstaedter Echo, 6 September 1997
  • Runefelt, Eva, ‘Behallare som skyddar det levande’, Svenska Dagbladet, 6 September 1997
  • Ronnau, Jens, ‘Antony Gormley: Our House: Kunsthalle zu Kiel’, Artforum (Germany), No.137, June – August 1997
  • Tromp, Ian, ‘Inside outlines’, Dharma Life, Summer 1997
  • Gooding, Mel, ‘The art of noise’, The Independent Magazine, 24 May 1997
  • Davila, Thierry, ‘Empriente, l'art cueilli sur le vif’, Beaux-Arts (Paris), April 1997
  • Un-authored, ‘Total Strangers’, Kolner Illustrierte (Cologne), No.4, April 1997
  • Un-authored, ‘Gormley darf Koegerfiguren im Watt installieren’, Cuxhavener Nachrichten (Germany), 23 April 1997
  • Un-authored, ‘Die Polaritaet der Menschen in dieser Welt’, Cuxhavener Nachrichten (Germany), 18 April 1997
  • Cordes, Ilse, ‘Die Chance erkennen’, Cuxhavener Nachrichten (Germany), 18 April 1997
  • Tromp, Ian, ‘Bodyworks’, Sculpture (Washington DC), Vol.16, No.3, March 1997
  • McTernan, Maddy, ‘My time at Cambridge’, CAM (University of Cambridge), Lent Term 1997
  • Roepke, Gesa, ‘Eine Schlammlandschaft’, Kieler Express (Germany), 22 March 1997
  • Herstatt, Claudia, ‘Der reproduzierte Mensch’, Handelsblatt (Dusseldorf), 21-22 March 1997
  • Cordes, Ilse, ‘Nach den Hapag-Hallen nun das Watt’, Cuxhavener Nachrichten (Germany), 7 March 1997
  • Orzessek, Arno, ‘Menschenbild aus Eisen’, Sueddeutsche Zeitung (Germany), 6 March 1997
  • Magnusson, Erik, ‘Hostens utstallningar raddade’, Sydsvenska Dagbladet (Sweden), 5 March 1997
  • Un-authored, ‘Aufmarsch der Massen’, Der Spiegel (Germany), No.10, 3 March 1997
  • Kruse, Maren, ‘Die Kunst: ein truebes Gewaesser’, Kieler Nachrichten (Germany), 1 March 1997
  • Le Monde Diplomatique (Berlin), February 1997
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Our heavenly bodies’, The Times, 25 February 1997
  • Haase, Amine, ‘Wer sind die Fremden?’, Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger (Cologne), 22-23 February 1997
  • Hucht, Margarete, ‘Fremder Mann aus Eisen’, Kolnische Rundschau (Colgone), 21 February 1997
  • Uberquoi, Marie Claire, ‘El Macba expone la vision de 30 artistas sobre la vida y la muerte’, El Mundo (Barcelona), 6 February 1997
  • Spiegel, Olga, ‘El Macba abre la tercera muestra con fondos de su coleccion’, La Vanguardia (Barcelona), 6 February 1997
  • Cassim, Julia, ‘Sculptures cast an enigmatic silence’, The Japan Times, 19 January 1997
  • Ford, Katie, ‘Let's see your body’, Varsity Arts, 24 January 1997
  • Jando, Mangus, ‘Modeller soker sina egna avbilder’, Arbetet Nyheter (Sweden), 23 January 1997
  • Herlofsson, Alf, ‘Betong- kostymerna snart fullbordade’, Skanska Dagbladet (Sweden), 23 January 1997
  • Larsson, Leif, ‘Men de finns ju har ocksa’, Vasterbottens-Kuriren (Sweden), 11 January 1997
  • Williams, Elaine, ‘Confessions of a sculptor’, The Times Higher Education Supplement,
  • 10 January 1997
  • Vinoles, Pepe, ‘El otro yo del hormigon’, Liberacion (Sweden), 3 January 1997
  • Nakamura, Hideki, Yomiuri Chubu (Japan), 1 January 1997
  • Engstrom, Tippi, ‘Lergubben far manniskor att tanka’, 8 Sidor (Stockholm), No.36, 1996
  • Gunnert, Anna, ‘Ekon av manskligt liv’, Konststichningen (Sweden), No. 96-04, 1996
  • Charpentier, C-J, ‘Gudar av betong’, Nya Lidkoping-Tidningen (Sweden), 24 December 1996
  • Montigny, Britte, ‘Manniskor innesluts I armerad betong’, Ostra Smaland (Sweden), 18 December 1996
  • Jackson, Tina, ‘Go on - make your mark’, The Big Issue, 16-29 December 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley Exhibition’, The British Council Bulletin (Tokyo), October – December 1996
  • Carey-Williams, Matt, ‘Antony Gormley: ‘Body and light’ and other drawings 1990-1996’, SPEC, November 1996
  • Kawabe, Eri, BT (Tokyo), November 1996
  • Castenfors, Marten, ‘Personligt vackert avsked som vager tungt’, Svenska Dagbladet (Sweden), 23 November 1996
  • Carlsson, Larsolof, ‘I betongens sallsamma varld’, Helsingborgs Dagblad (Sweden), 23 November 1996
  • Birmbaum, Daniel, ‘Betong med effekter’, Dagens Nyheter (Sweden), 23 November 1996
  • Johansson, Karl-Erik, ‘‘Betong’ blir en klassiker?’, Hallandsposten (Sweden), 16 November 1996
  • Kaa Hedberg, Bertil, ‘Hapnadsvackande vackert I betong’, Norra Skane (Sweden), 14 November 1996
  • Mildner, Anders, ‘Varsagod: 150 ton betong’, Smalandsposten (Sweden), 13 November 1996
  • Beck, Ingamaj, ‘Subtilt I betong’, Aftonbladet (Sweden), 13 November 1996
  • Kyander, Pontus, ‘En arme av malmobor I betong’, Sydsvenska Dagbladet (Sweden), 11 November 1996
  • Wilson, Margaretha, ‘Betong’, Nordvastra Skanes Tidningar (Sweden), 10 November 1996
  • Anjou, Annika B, ‘Massor av betong I Malmo konsthall’, Helsingborgs Dagblad (Sweden), 8 November 1996
  • Matsumoto, Hidetaka, JAAM (Tokyo), No.52, October 1996
  • Taylor, Annie, ‘The difference a day made’, The Guardian, 31 October 1996
  • Negrotti, Rosanna, ‘Antony Gormley: The Hayward Gallery’, What's On, 30 October 1996
  • ‘The Sunday Review’ (cover), The Independent on Sunday, 27 October 1996
  • Satz, Lotta, ‘Snart ar hon gjuten I betong’, Skanska Dagbladet (Sweden), 20 October 1996
  • Rayner, Jay, ‘Gorm winner’, The Observer, 13 October 1996
  • Gee, Maggie, ‘Triumph of the little man’, New Statesman, 11 October 1996
  • Hensher, Philip, ‘Masters of allusion’, Mail on Sunday, 6 October 1996
  • Sutcliffe, Thomas, ‘Don't dismiss the craziness of modern artists....’, The Independent, 5 October 1996
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘Empire of the senseless’, Evening Standard, 3 October 1996
  • Gayford, Martin, ‘A tiny tide evokes the vastness of humanity’, The Daily Telegraph, 2 October 1996
  • Mizusawa, Tsutomu, Yomiuri, 1 October 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley Exhibition’, The British Council Bulletin (Tokyo), July – September 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Gormley and Gombrich in conversation’, Prospect, No.11, August – September 1996
  • Un-authored, Asahi Shimbum (AERA) (Tokyo), 30 September 1996
  • Hilton, Tim, ‘Portrait of the young man as an artist’, The Independent on Sunday, 29 September 1996
  • Ahlstrom, Crispin, ‘Platsen skapar nya betydelser’, GP (Sweden), 29 September 1996
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Antony Gormley: Hayward’, Time Out, 25 September 1996
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Full frontal power show’, The Times, 24 September 1996
  • Hashi, Hidefumi, Yomiuri (Japan), 15 September 1996
  • Whitley, John, ‘Artist on the side of the angels’, The Daily Telegraph, 14 September 1996
  • Perron, Joel, ‘Bodies cloaked in paradox’, Daily Yomiuri (Tokyo), 13 September 1996
  • Harada, Hikaru, Yomiuri (Japan), 12 September 1996
  • Sugawara, Norio, Yomiuri Shimbun (Japan), 11 September 1996
  • Un-authored, Pia (Tokyo), 10 September 1996
  • Jackson, Tina, ‘The galloping Gormley’, The Big Issue, 9 September 1996
  • Ohno, Hiroshi, Yomiuri (Japan), 7 September 1996
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Critic's choice of autumn shows’, The Times, 4 September 1996
  • Hebert, Niels, ‘Massans magi’, Arbetarbladet (Sweden), 3 September 1996
  • Un-authored, Geijutsu Shincho (Tokyo), 1 September 1996
  • Blomberg, Katja, ‘Innen im Inneren’, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, August 1996
  • Ingman, Ann-Sofie, ‘Markvardigt mote med massiv skara’, Ornskoldsviks Allehanda (Sweden), 28 August 1996
  • Ericsson, Lars, ‘Humanistisk arme invaderar Magasin 3’, Dagens Nyheter (Sweden), 21 August 1996
  • Moreau, Patric, ‘Unika lerfigurer breder ut sig....’,Smalandsposten (Sweden), 21 August 1996
  • Kaa Hedberg, Bertil, ‘Vill du bli avgjuten?’, Norra Skane (Sweden), 20 August 1996
  • Ekerot, Tina, ‘Malmobor sokes till betongkonst’, Boras Tidning (Sweden), 20 August 1996
  • Waltenberg, Lilith, ‘Lat dig gjutas I betong och bli ett hus!’, Sydsvenska Dagbladet (Sweden), 18 August 1996
  • Wall, Asa, ‘Spoklik arme av lerfigurer i hamn’, Svenska Dagbladet (Sweden), 17 August 1996
  • Nordenankar, Agneta, ‘Mot blicken hos 40 000 lerfigurer’, Dagens Nyheter (Sweden), 16-22 August 1996
  • Killberg, Eva, ‘Individens globala falt’, Nordvastra Skanes Tidninger (Sweden), 15 August 1996
  • Hashi, Hidefumi, ‘Antony Gormley’, JAAM (Tokyo), No.51, July 1996
  • Beckett, Andy, ‘The angel with a dirty face’, The Independent on Sunday (The Sunday Review), London, 28 July 1996
  • Bernard, Laure, ‘A Saint-Remy, l'hommage au calme’, Le Figaro (Paris), 9 July 1996
  • Hindry, Ann, ‘Sculpture anglaise: le clavier de l'imagination’, ArtPress (Paris), No.214, June 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Les sculptures d'Antony Gormley’, Le Provencal (Avignon), 22 June 1996
  • Lebovici, Elisabeth, ‘Les Anglais sculptent leur classicisme’, Liberation (Paris), 6 June 1996
  • Tulloch, Jonathan, ‘The case for an Angel’, Iron, No.79, Summer 1996
  • Yizrael, Miriam, Studio Art Magazine, June – July 1996
  • de Charmant, Anne, ‘So British: Cent Ans De Sculpture’, Museart (Paris), No.60, May 1996
  • Bell, David, ‘Iron Man will stay insist city leaders’, Evening Mail, 22 May 1996
  • Yizrael, Miriam, Iton Yerushalaim (Jerusalem), 17 May 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘JCCC exhibit features British artist's sculpture’, Olathe Daily News (Kansas City), 4-5 May 1996
  • Lipa, N, ‘Kriticna vajarska masa’, Dnevni avaz (Sarejevo), 4-5 May 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Razumijevanje’, Oslobodenje (Sarejevo), 4 May 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Tijelo je prostor’, Oslobodenje (Sarejevo), 3 May 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Promijenila se ideja o Zemlji...’, Oslobodenje (Sarejevo), 2 May 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Orijaska zeljezna konstrukcija’, Dnevni avaz (Sarejevo), 2 May 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Epski sou A. Gromleya’, Sarajevo (Bosnia), 2 May 1996
  • Milton, Maud, ‘Magnetic Field’, Artists Newsletter, April 1996
  • Ellison, Michael, ‘Sculpture of angel to rise before doubting Geordies’, The Guardian, 12 April 1996
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Lottery cash adds to war over artist's peace angel’, The Times, 11 April 1996
  • Glancy, Jonathan, ‘It's out there: the art we love and hate’, The Independent, 6 April 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Fragments de chair et corps de plomb’, Vogue (Paris), March 1996
  • Feaver, William, ‘Kurt dismissal’, The Observer, 10 March 1996
  • Lloyd, Chris, ‘You can almost hear them squeaking’, Northern Echo, 9 March 1996
  • Pietsh, Hans, ‘‘Engel des Nordens’ mit 50 meter Fluegelspann weite’, ART (Hamburg), No.3, March 1996
  • Thompson, Michelle, ‘Field of dreams’, Gateshead Post, 29 February 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Little People’, The Independent, 27 February 1996
  • Meinarte, Anita, ‘Visa notiekosa kopsakaribas’, Literatura Maksla (Latvia), 18 January 1996
  • Buzinska, Irena, ‘Velreiz par Antonija Gormlija izstadi’, Jzglitiba (Latvia), 18 January 1996
  • Ryabinina, Alertinam, ‘Neatvairamais ‘Eiropas lauks’’, Zeme (Latvia), 16 January 1996
  • Bankovskis, Pauls, ‘40 000 acu paru’, Diena (Latvia), 12 January 1996
  • Grunte, Mara, ‘Ietilpigais ‘, Izglitiba un Kultura (Latvia), 11 January 1996
  • Rogule, Astrida, ‘Antonijs Gormlijs Latvija’, Maksla (Latvia), No.4, 1996
  • Un-authored, ‘Arte Amazonas’, Siemens Kulturprogram Projekte 1993 und 1994 (Munich), 1995
  • Renton, Andrew, ‘Antony Gormley: Reclaiming the subject or making a case for the angel’, Art and Design Profile, No.41, 1995
  • Sotriffer, Kristian, ‘Von den Grundstellungen des Menschenlebens’, Die Presse (Vienna), 25 October 1995
  • Stockinger, Andreas, ‘Monumente, dauerhafter als Erz’, Der Standard (Vienna), 21-22 October 1995
  • Wojta, Rudolph J, ‘Mumien aus Metall’, Wirtschaftswoche (Vienna) 19 October 1995
  • Koglin, Michael, ‘Kunst am Bunker’, Kieler Nachrichten (Germany), 19 August 1995
  • Un-authored, ‘A life in the day of’, The Sunday Times Magazine, 16 July 1995
  • Greville, Janie, ‘Field lacking lasting quality’, Birmingham Post, 6 June 1995
  • Grimley, Terry, ‘Gormley's field of 40,000 figures’, Birmingham Post, 29 May 1995
  • Tojner, Poul Erik, ‘Fodnoter’, Weekendavisen Berlingske (Denmark), 19 May 1995
  • Flor, Harald, ‘ i apent vann’, Dagbladet (Oslo), 9 May 1995
  • Un-authored, ‘Fire kunstnere er pa udstilling i sommer’, Ringkjobing Amts Dagblad (Denmark), 8 May 1995
  • Hornung, Peter M, ‘Naturen er den staerkeste’, Politiken (Denmark), 6 May 1995
  • Un-authored, ‘Objet d'Art’, Birmingham Post, 4 April 1995
  • Un-authored, ‘Turner Prizewinner praises his ‘vital development’ years at Cambridge’, CAM, Lent Term 1995
  • Usherwood, Paul, ‘A wing and a prayer’, Art Monthly, No.184, March 1995
  • Stephenson, Bev, ‘Blott on the landscape’, The Crack, March 1995
  • Machado, Jose Sousa, ‘A Festa Espanhola’, Artes & Leiloes (Lisbon), February – March 1995
  • Stenger, Wif, ‘Art beats fast in Helsinki’, Blue Wings (Helsinki), February – March 1995
  • Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘A cut above the rest’, The Times, 14 March 1995
  • Un-authored, ‘Agitate’, Tate, No.5, Spring 1995
  • Fechner-Smarsly, Thomas, ‘Periphere und perfide idyllen’, Neue Bildende Kunst (Germany), February 1995
  • Greenburg, Sarah, ‘Gormley garners Turner’, ARTnews (New York), February 1995
  • El Pais (Madrid), 11 February 1995
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘A towering L 300,000 steel angel splits town’, The Times, 7 February 1995
  • Un-authored, ‘Turnerova cena 1994’, Atelier (Prague), No.3, 2 February 1995
  • Andreae, Christopher, ‘Modern Art by the People, for the People’, The Christian Science Monitor (Boston), 3-9 February 1995
  • de Almeida, Bernardo Pinto, ‘Antony Gormley: Galeria Pedro Oliveira’, Lapiz (Madrid), No.108, January 1995
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley: Field for the British Isles’, National Galleries of Scotland (Edinburgh), December 1994 – January 1995
  • Kivirinta, Marja-Terttu, ‘Kehomme yhdistaa meidat maailmankaikkeuten’, Helsingen Sanomat (Helsinki), 20 January 1995
  • Un-authored, The Herald (Glasgow), 7 January 1995
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘16 drawings’, ABSA Annual Report 1993-94, 1994
  • Grande, John K, ‘Balance: Art and Nature’, Black Rose Books (Montreal), 1994
  • Melo, Alexandre, ‘O espaco do corpo’, Expresso (Lisbon), 24 December 1994
  • Cerveira Pinto, Antonio, ‘O corpo pela Alma’, Independente (Lisbon), 9 December 1994
  • Beavers, Lucy, ‘So glad Gormley won the Turner’, Evening Courier, 8 December 1994
  • Sara, Mary, ‘Human spirit is the real winner’, Yorkshire Post, 5 December 1994
  • Celmins, Martin, ‘Angelic face of North-east could be fatal distraction’, The Independent on Sunday, 4 December 1994
  • Melhuish, Clare, ‘The Turner Prize 1994: locating the body’, Building Design, 2 December 1994
  • Cruise O’Brien, Conor, ‘Better the elites we know’, The Independent, 2 December 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Selected works and projects (Part I), IMMA, Dublin’, Circa (Dublin), Winter 1994
  • Calvocoressi, Tom, ‘Antony Gormley: ‘, The Arts Review (Eton College), St. Andrew’s Day, 1994
  • Falcao, Fernando, ‘O ceu emprestado’, Jornal de noticias (Oporto), 30 November 1994
  • Barr, Emily, ‘The model man’, LS, 17-30 November 1994
  • Kerr, Sally, ‘Facing the world’, The Herald (Edinburgh), 28 November 1994
  • Smith, Gordon, ‘Epic offering with cast of thousands’, Scotland on Sunday, 27 November 1994
  • Landesman, Cosmo, ‘Yes, it really is art’, The Sunday Times, 27 November 1994
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘Sayings of the week’, The Observer, 27 November 1994
  • Billen, Andrew, ‘Keeper of the nation's taste’, The Independent on Sunday, 27 November 1994
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘Sayings of the week’, The Independent on Sunday, 27 November 1994
  • Auty, Giles, ‘Testing your taste’, The Spectator, 26 November 1994
  • Un-authored, The Economist, 26 November 1994, p.142
  • Faria, Oscar, ‘Argumento para um anjo’, Publico (Lisbon), 26 November 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, Liberation (Paris), 26 November 1994
  • Duncan, Ann, ‘Big prize for man of the little people’, The Gazette (Montreal), 26 November 1994
  • Simunovic, Ruzica, ‘Vlastito tijelo u zeljezu’, Ujesuik (Zagreb), 26 November 1994
  • Pitman, Joanna, ‘Wrapped naked in clingfilm for his art’, The Times, 25 November 1994
  • Brookes, Peter, ‘The 1994 Turn-off Prize...’, The Times, 23 November 1994
  • Alberge, Dalya, ‘Sculptor who casts own body wins prize’, The Times, 23 November 1994
  • Midgley, Simon, ‘Judges find safety in art that leaves the punters confused’, The Independent, 23 November 1994
  • Lister, David, ‘Sculptor takes £20,000 Turner award’, The Independent, 23 November 1994
  • Hall, James, ‘It may be art, but it's not a scandal’, The Guardian, 23 November 1994
  • Ellison, Mike, ‘Student protest gets dry run as figures cast by man of iron add up to £20,00 Turner prize’, The Guardian, 23 November 1994, p.5
  • Stringer, Robin, ‘Friendly goblins and a fine body of work’, Evening Standard, 23 November 1994
  • Herbert, Susannah, ‘Turner Prize for sculptor whose body is his art’, The Daily Telegraph, 23 November 1994
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Turning point’, Time Out, 16-23 November 1994
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘And the winner is...the Turner Prize’, The Independent, 22 November 1994
  • Feaver, William, ‘Flying angel makes his mark’, The Observer, 20 November 1994
  • Colin, Beatrice, ‘Field for thought’, The List (Edinburgh), 4-17 November 1994
  • Hilton, Tim, ‘Prize-fighters with little punch’, The Independent on Sunday, 13 November 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Critic's choice’, The Independent, 11 November 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘One senses a lack of tension...’, The Independent, 9 November 1994
  • Cork, Richard, ‘More room in the coconut shy’, The Times, 8 November 1994
  • Hall, James, ‘Frame game’, The Guardian, 7 November 1994
  • Illes, Vera, ‘Klei, dat monster!’, Elsevier (Netherlands), 5 November 1994
  • Searle, Adrian, ‘We know you're in there’, The Independent, 4 November 1994
  • Johnson, Angella, ‘Man of iron forges hard image in the name of art’, The Guardian, 2 November 1994
  • Conaghan, Dan, ‘Artists bend over backwards to keep prize controversial’, The Daily Telegraph, 2 November 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Tate unveils entries for Turner Prize’, The Times, 2 November 1994
  • Stringer, Robin, ‘An about-Turner?’, Evening Standard, 1 November 1994
  • Un-authored, Acta Orthopaedica Scandinavica, (Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm), Vol.65, No.5, October 1994, (cover)
  • Whetstone, David, ‘A little bit of heaven in Gateshead’, Northern Review, Autumn 1994
  • Rankin-Reid, Jane, ‘Air and Angels’, Art and Text (Melbourne), No.49, Autumn 1994
  • Vidovic, D, ‘Krik za savjest covjecalistva’, Oslobocyeiye (Sarajevo), 27 September 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘En havmann til glede’, Rana Blad (Norway), 23 September 1994
  • Pedersen, Geir, ‘Havmannen setters pa plass’, Rana Blad (Norway), 22 September 1994
  • Julianna, P. Szues, ‘Valodi diszletek a Varban’, Nepszabadsag (Budapest), 27 August 1994
  • Attila, Horanyi, ‘Harmincotezer agyagfigura’, Magyar Narancs (Budapest), 18 August 1994
  • Horvath, Zsofia, ‘Silent figures speak’, The Budapest Sun, 11-17 August 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘An exhibit for the world’, Budapest Week, 4 August 1994
  • Ayton, Ewa, ‘Antony Gormley - Pole i inne rzezby’, Plastyka i Wychowanie (Warsaw), July 1994
  • Aagdal, Marianne Schei, ‘Havmann i granitt’, Harstad Tidende (Norway), 30 July 1994
  • Mills, David, ‘The glare of publicity coming to the four’, The Sunday Times, 24 July 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Agyagcivilek’, Respublika (Budapest), 22-28 July 1994
  • Cooper, Jonathan, ‘Feat of clay leads the way’, The Daily Express, 22 July 1994
  • White, Victoria, ‘Derry artist on Turner shortlist’, The Irish Times, 21 July 1994
  • Young, Robin, ‘Tate selects mixed bag for Turner shortlist’, The Times, 20 July 1994
  • Jury, Louise and James Hall, ‘Bodymoulder builds big lead in Turner Prize line-up’, The Guardian, 20 July 1994
  • Un-authored, Financial Times, 20 July 1994
  • Cusick, James, ‘L20,000 Turner Prize attracts ‘striking’ shortlist’, The Independent, 20 July 1994
  • Herbert, Susannah ‘ art is back in fashion as Turner Prize jury makes a break with oddball tradition’, The Daily Telegraph, 20 July 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Csirkekelteto a galeriaban’, Nepszabadsag (Budapest), 8 July 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Anyaga az agyag’, Esti Hirlap (Budapest), 6 July 1994
  • Un-authored, Magyar Hirlap (Budapest), 6 July 1994
  • H Liiv, Toomas, ‘Antony Gormley teab vastust’, Puhapaevaleht (Estonia), 25 June 1994
  • Clancy, Luke, ‘Avoiding the post-modern ’, The Irish Times, 9 June 1994
  • Pedersen, Geir, ‘Havmannen hugges av grunnfjell’, Rana Blad, (Norway), 4 June 1994
  • O'Brien, Paul, ‘Antony Gormley: Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin’, Circa (Dublin), Summer 1994
  • Havlicek, M, ‘Gledaju vas oci covjecanstva’, Koncarevac (Croatia), May 1994
  • Ball, Keith, ‘Intimate architecture: Antony Gormley’, Everything, No.13, April – May 1994
  • Kusin, Vesna, ‘Oci u oci’, Vjesnik (Croatia), 31 May 1994
  • Krizic Roban, Sandra, ‘Nova Kolektivnost’, Danas (Croatia), 31 May 1994
  • Kipke, Zeljko, ‘Prica o voajeru’, Vijenac (Croatia), 26 May 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Toliko ljudi - a nigdje’, Vjesnik (Croatia), 22 May 1994
  • Richard, Francois and Gerard Pernon, ‘La Poterie: une place Jean-Monnet’, Ouest-France (Rennes), 20 May 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Skulptura Iznutra’, EM (Croatia), No.3, 15 May 1994
  • Glavan, Darko, ‘Mi mozemo biti biljka ili oblak’, Nedjeljna Dalmacija (Croatia), 11 May 1994
  • Kusin, Vesna, ‘Europsko polje savjesti’, Vjesnik (Zagreb), 5 May 1994
  • Gale, Iain, ‘A voyage to Lilliput’, The Independent, 3 May 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley: Lecture’, M'ARS (Slovenia), March – April 1994
  • Ayton, Ewa, ‘I am fighting a deconstrutive world view’, Art and Business (Warsaw), March – Apri l1994
  • Clancy, Luke, ‘Power of a lapsed optimist’, The Irish Times, 30 April 1994
  • Gallagher, Patrick, ‘35,000 little craythurs’, The Independent on Sunday, Dublin, Ireland, 24 April 1994
  • McNamara, Emer, ‘Antony Gormley’, The Sunday Times (Dublin), 24 April 1994
  • Farrell, John, ‘Gormley show has to be seen’, The Sunday Press (Dublin), 24 April 1994
  • Jennings, Rose, ‘Antony Gormley: White Cube’, Time Out, 20 April 1994
  • Pyle, Hilary, ‘Point of contact with material world’, Cork Examiner, 20 April 1994
  • Norman, Geraldine, ‘Sculptor casts himself in star role’, The Independent, 18 April 1994
  • Dunne, Aidan, ‘Cast in his own image’, The Sunday Tribune (Dublin), 17 April 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘Witnesses to war’, The West Australian (Perth), 16 April 1994
  • Balls, Richard, ‘40,000 faces stare back at the critics’, The Evening Press (Dublin), 14 April 1994
  • Dorment, Richard, ‘Appearances can be deceptive...’, The Daily Telegraph, 6 April 1994
  • Potrc, Marjeta, ‘Interview’, Off the cuff, Lent 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘La place Jean-Monnet receptionnee’, Ouest-France (Rennes), 31 March 1994
  • Sara, Mary, ‘Communion and Community’, Contemporary Art, Spring 1994
  • Un-authored, Acta Orthopaedica Scandinavica (Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm), Vol.65, No.1, February 1994, (cover)
  • Un-authored, ‘GormleyGormley’, Yo! (Warsaw), 18 February 1994
  • Wachtmeister, Marika, ‘Mannen bakon blyholjena’, Femina (Stockholm), January 1994
  • Un-authored, ‘La claque di terracotta’, Il Giornale dell'Arte (Turin), No.118, January 1994
  • Carson, Michael, ‘Teaching all nations - how?’, The Catholic Times, January 1994
  • Prochazka, Miro, ‘Antony Gormley’, Atelier (Prague), 27 January 1994
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Ways to figure it all out’, The Times, 11 January 1994
  • Villa, Guiditta, ‘Roma. Antony Gormley. Accademia Britannica’, Flash Art (Milano), 1993
  • Tietenberg, Annette, ‘Grillen zirpen gegen den Treibhauseffekt’, Der Tagesspiegel (Germany), 1993
  • Hermanns, Ute, ‘Klima Global - Arte Amazonas’, Museums Journal (Germany), 1993
  • Ayton, Ewa, ‘Nieme przeslanie’, Dom & Wnetrze (Warsaw), No.4,1993
  • Lind, Maria, ‘Fornimmandet finns i enfalden’, Material (Stockholm), No.1(17),1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Masquerade’, Chronicle Books (San Francisco), 1993
  • Gormley, Antony, ‘A Brum deal’, Arts Review Yearbook 1993
  • Kiley, Penny, ‘Tate's unearthly arrivals’, Today, December 1993
  • Buck, Louisa, ‘Feats of clay’, GQ, December 1993
  • Norrie, Jane, ‘New terracotta army’, The Times Educational Supplement, December 1993
  • Bann, Stephen, ‘Wskrzeszenie Lazarza’, Obieg (Warsaw), no.55, November – December 1993
  • Brukwicki, Jerzy, ‘Plastyka’, Warszawski Informator Kulturalny (Warsaw), No.22/93, 29 December 1993
  • Feaver, William, ‘Field full of folk and banana skins’, The Observer, 12 December 1993
  • Birnbaum, Daniel, ‘Kroppen ger rymd’, Dagens Nyheter (Stockholm), 10 December 1993
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘Fine figures of a man’, The Independent, 7 December 1993
  • Clark, Robert, ‘A feat of clay’, The Guardian, 1 December 1993
  • McPherson, Anne, ‘Reviews: Antony Gormley - Field’, Canadian Art, Winter 1993
  • Bevan, Roger, ‘Issues of identity’, RA, No.41, Winter 1993
  • Brett, Simon, ‘Prints from wood’, Printmaking Today, Winter 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, Intercity magazine, November 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘All eyes on sculptor Antony’, West Derby and Duebrook Merseymart, 31 November 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Pole dla wszystkich’, Express Wieczorny (Warsaw) 23 November 1993
  • Key, Philip, ‘Work of a sculptor who's thinking big’, The Daily Post, 20 November 1993
  • Key, Philip, ‘Gallery goes to pot for new art spectacular’, The Daily Post, 19 November 1993
  • The Guardian, 19 November 1993
  • Stopa, Marcin, ‘Osobisty odlew ciata’, Gazeta Wyborcza (Warsaw), 18 November 1993
  • Stopa, Magdalena, ‘30 tysiecy sentymentalnych figurek’, Rzeczpospolita (Warsaw), 12 November 1993
  • Schmidt-Muehlisch, ‘In der Masse wird der Einzelmensch gesichtslos’, Die Welt (Germany), 6 November 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Ovningsflyg med bly!’, Nojesguiden Malmo (Sweden), October 1993
  • Gysing, Kenneth, ‘Konstens tunga gubbar’, Elle (Sweden), October 1993
  • Grande, John K, ‘Reviews: Montreal: Antony Gormley’, Artforum (New York), October 1993
  • Grande, John K, ‘Back to bricks’, Canadian Forum, October 1993
  • Ewa Ayton, ‘Pole Antony Gormleya’, Sztuka Polska i Antyka, Poznan (Poland), September – October 1993
  • Flor, Harald, ‘Med 40 000 blikk’, Dagbladet (Oslo), 26 October 1993
  • Vinoles, Pepe, ‘Los hombres...’, Liberacion (Sweden), 26 October 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Aufmarsch der Tonfiguren: Ungewoehnliche Schau in Dresden’, Hallesche Tageblatt, Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten and Leipziger Volkszeitung (Germany), 22 October 1993
  • Orstadius, Brita, ‘Fenomenet Antony Gormley’, Sweden, 20 October 1993
  • Petzold, Tomas, ‘Arte Amazonas - Welt aus Rot und Gruen’, Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten (Germany), 16 October 1993
  • Torncrantzm, Ola, ‘Bland jattar och puttefnaskar’, Sydsvenska Dagbladet (Sweden), 15 October 1993
  • Klinthage, Jorgen, ‘Antony Gormley varnar om humanismen’, Hallandsposten (Sweden), 15 October 1993
  • Ericsson, Lars O, ‘Kroppen som fodral for manniskans ide’, Dagens Nyheter (Stockholm), 15 October 1993
  • Lumbye Sorensen, Ann, ‘Materialiseret liv’, Information (Denmark), 12 October 1993
  • Vostry, Lilli, ‘Gegen Zerstroerung von Natur und Leben’, Saechsische Zeitung (Dresden), 11 October 1993
  • Zeylon, Hakan, ‘Konsten angar oss alla’, Skanska Dagbladet (Sweden), 8 October 1993
  • Tronicke, Jutta, ‘Leben kann man nicht kaufen’, Saechsische Zeitung (Dresden), 7 October 1993
  • Andersson, Leif, ‘Sista branningen pa Barabruket’, Sydssvenskan Dagbladet (Sweden), 6 October 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Arme Kinder brannten 25 000 Tonfiguren’, Dresdener Morganpost (Germany), 5 October 1993
  • Nanne-Brahammar, Marianne, ‘Skapelsens tunga kroppar’, Arbetet (Sweden), 5 October 1993
  • Jonsson, Dan, ‘Gravitation som andlig kraft’, I Dag Gt and Kvallsposten (Sweden), 5 October 1993
  • Russell, Andrew, ‘Is the world going potty?’, Today, 29 September 1993
  • Berg, Ulf, ‘Oga mot oga med 40 000’, Nordvastra Skanes Tidningar (Sweden), 29 September 1993
  • Wachtmeister, Marika, ‘Kroppen och dess holje’, Kristianstads-Bladet, Solvesborgs-Tidningen and Karlshamns Allehanda (Sweden), 29 September 1993
  • Stengard, Elisabeth, ‘Vid Europas troskel’, Blekinge Lans Tidning (Sweden), 28 September 1993
  • Ellerstrom, Jonas, ‘Skulpturer att diskutera med’, Helsingborgs Dagblad (Sweden), 27 September 1993
  • Lind, Maria, ‘Vill forsona kropp och ande’, Svenska Dagbladet (Stockholm), 25 September 1993
  • Vest Hansen, Malene, ‘Kunsten og kroppen’, Politiken (Denmark), 22 September 1993
  • Holmqvist, Ake, ‘Kroppen som tema’, Norra Skane (Sweden), 21 September 1993
  • Engzell, Stig, ‘Gormleys gubbar invaderar Malmo’, Skanska Dagbladet (Sweden),17 September 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Varldens vaxtvark’, Sydsvenskan (Sweden), 17 September 1993
  • Janstad, Hans, Arbetet (Sweden), 17 September 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Platt fall for Gormleys figurer’, Arbetet (Sweden), 17 September 1993
  • Carlson, Claes, ‘Ett lyft for konsten’, iDag (Sweden), 10 September 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Arte Amazonas’, Artis (Germany), July – August 1993
  • Arnot, Chris, ‘Shocks to the civic system’, The Times, 11 August 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Plastiker und objektkuenstler’, ART (Hamburg), No.7, July 1993
  • Wendenburg, Christina, ‘Die Welt als Dschungel’, Tip (Germany), July 1993
  • Pagel, David, ‘Turning an eye toward photographic transformations’, The Los Angeles Times, 22 July 1993
  • Lubbock, Tom, ‘An unnatural device’, The Independent, 13 July 1993
  • Barclay Morgan, Ann, ‘Antony Gormley: Field’, Harpers & Queen, May – June 1993
  • Mellitzer, Ulrich, ‘Ueber Fragen nach der Stellung von Skulptur im realen Leben’, Der Salzburger Nachrichten (Salzburg), June 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, Juliet (Italy), No.63, June 1993
  • Gyarmathy, Eszter, ‘Paris’, Juliet (Italy), No.63, June 1993
  • Woods, Arnold, ‘Ancient and modern arts mould into one on the foundry floor’, Evening Courier, 24 June 1993
  • Delincee, Susanne, ‘Koerper formt Koerper’, Observer (Vienna), 21 June 1993
  • Stockinger, Andreas, ‘Kraft der Beharrlichkeit: Antony Gormley bei Ropac’, Der Standard (Vienna), 17 June 1993
  • Chauvy, Laurence, ‘Courant d'art a l'Hotel du Rhone’, Journal de Geneve et Gazette de Lausanne (Switzerland), 5-6 June 1993
  • Heiniger, Florence, ‘Geneve a l'heure contemporaine’, Sa Suisse (Geneva), 4 June 1993
  • Kaa Hedberg, Bertil, ‘Lergubbar ar vi allihopa’, Norra Skane (Sweden), 3 June 1993
  • El Beblawi, Nadia, ‘L'art d'aujourd'hui s'installe dans les salons d'un grand hotel genevois’, Le Courrier (Geneva), 3 June 1993
  • Hindry, Ann, ‘Antony Gormley’, Beaux Arts (Paris), No.112, May 1993
  • Paquet, Bernard, ‘Recontre avec 40 000 figurines: L'art d'Antony Gormley’, Vie Des Arts (Montreal), May 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Vilken plats tar en manniska?’, Dagens Nyheter Sporten (Stockholm), 24 May 1993
  • Cron, Marie-Michele, ‘Ou le crepuscule des dieux’, Le Devoir (Montreal), 21 May 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘40 mil Pares de Ojos que nos Contemplan’, El Popular (Montreal), 20 May 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘40 000 figurines au MBA’, La Presse (Montreal), 19 May 1993
  • Duncan, Ann, ‘Antony Gormley and the little people’, The Gazette (Montreal), 15 May 1993
  • Cork, Richard, ‘All square, past and present’, The Times, 10 May 1993
  • Parry, James, ‘Unique exhibit of 40 000 figurines’, Le 9 a 5 (Montreal), 6 May 1993
  • Kaldo, Malin, ‘Den konstigaste samling...som Sverige har knadat’, iDag (Sweden), 5 May 1993
  • Ramklint, Lars, ‘40 000 gubbar ur Skanes lera’, Dagens Nyheter (Stockholm), 29 April 1993
  • Kressander, Elisabeth, ‘Konsthistoria skapas’, Skanska Dagbladet (Sweden), 28 April 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Spektakulart lerbidrag’, Svenska Dagbladet (Stockholm), 28 April 1993
  • Janstad, Hans, ‘Branda gubbar blir konst’, Arbetet (Sweden), 28 April 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘40 000 gubbar pa vag mot Malmo’, Sydsvenska Dagbladet (Sweden), 28 April 1993
  • Widing, Hans, ‘Lerfolk bar fredsbud’, Sydsvenska Dagbladet (Sweden), 28 April 1993
  • ‘ gubbar blir jattekonstverk’, Arbetet (Sweden), 28 April 1993
  • Gummesson, Ola, ‘40 000 lerfigurer invaderar Malmo’, Svenska Dagbladet (Stockholm), 28 April 1993
  • Roberts, Alison, ‘Unveiling of deals blow to civic pride’, The Times, 20 April 1993
  • Sterneborg, Anke, ‘Mahnmale gegen die Zerstoerung der Natur’, Suddeutsche Zeitung (Munich), 16 April 1993
  • Smith, Michael, ‘Floozie in the Jacuzzi at the centre of a monumental row’, The Daily Telegraph, 13 April 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘We are not amused’, Birmingham Evening Mail, 7 April 1993
  • Armitage, Diane, ‘The human factor: figurative sculpture reconsidered’, THE magazine (Albuquerque), April 1993
  • Muzurovic, Lamija, ‘Antony Gormley: Polja olovnih figura’, Kontura (Zagreb), No.16, April 1993
  • Pietsh, Hans, ‘Er nimmt Mass am eigenen Korper’, ART (Hamburg), March 1993
  • Grimley, Terry, ‘Don't knock this bold tribute to our city's past’, The Birmingham Post and Mail, March 1993
  • Ellis, Simone, ‘Sculptors explore the human body’, Albuquerque Journal, 29 March 1993
  • Weil, Rex, ‘Bad mother’, Washington City Paper, 26 March 1993
  • Cooper, Simon, ‘Oh, you are awful... but I like you, I think!’, The Chronicle (Edgbaston), 19 March 1993
  • Mueller, Liselotte, ‘Der Amazonas klagt an’, Augsburger Allgemeine (Germany), 17 March 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Gruesse vom Amazonas’, Suedkurier (Konstanz), 19 March 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Iron Man of the dole queue’, Birmingham Evening Mail, 11 March 1993
  • Richard, Paul, ‘The : it figures’, The Washington Post, 8 March 1993
  • Coleman, Andrew, ‘100,000 iron man arises’, Birmingham Evening Mail, 3 March 1993
  • Grimley, Terry, ‘Monument to a proud past’, The Birmingham Post and Mail, 1 March 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Notizie: Antony Gormley’, Flash Art (Milan), February 1993
  • Un-authored, ‘Art Baptism’, The Art Newspaper, February 1993
  • Burchard, Hank, ‘Outstanding in his ‘, Washington Post, 12 February 1993
  • Hughes, Leonard, ‘Corcoran's Field of Figurines’, Washington Post, 11 February 1993
  • Tager, Alisa, ‘Reviews: Los Angeles: Antony Gormley’, ARTnews (New York), January 1993
  • Finnbakk, Torstein, ‘Bronse-mann?’, Rana Blad (Norway), 8 January 1993
  • Saville, Jonathan, ‘Body Experiences’, Reader Art, San Diego, 1992
  • Rosenberg, Eugene and Richard Cork, Architects Choice, 1992
  • Gallian, Enrico, ‘I contenitori dell'ignoto’, L'Unita (Rome), 26 December 1992
  • Casorati, Cecilia, ‘Emozioni di piombo’, Avvenire (Rome), 15 December 1992
  • Nikkei (Tokyo), 14 December 1992
  • Sankei (Tokyo), 7 December 1992
  • Asahi (Tokyo), 4 December 1992
  • Villa, Guiditta, ‘La testa di Antony Gormley e altri scultori in mostra’, Il Piacere dell'Occhio (Rome), 3 December 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Learning to think’, The British School at Rome, November 1992
  • Pincus, Robert L, ‘Gormley's engaging vision of humanity takes many forms’, San Diego Union-Tribune, 12 November 1992
  • Finnbokk, Torstein, ‘Stalskulptur knytter Mo i Rana til sjoen’, Rana Blad (Norway), 10 November 1992
  • View (Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego), October 1992
  • Baker, Kenneth, ‘Big theme, tiny figures in San Diego’, San Francisco Chronicle, 26 October 1992
  • Gjessing, Gunvor, ‘Landskapet som skulpturgalleri’, Aftenposten (Oslo), 25 October 1992
  • Freudenheim, Susan, ‘Contemplative spectacle’, Los Angeles Times, 17 October 1992
  • Pagel, David, ‘Gormley's sculptures get physical’, Los Angeles Times, 8 October 1992
  • Pincus, Robert L, ‘Sculptor with earthy world view’, San Diego Union-Tribune, 8 October 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Museum Exhibitions’, La Jolla Light (San Diego), 24 September 1992
  • Isachsen, Vera, ‘Ranfjorden blir en del av skulpturlandskapet’, Nordlandposten (Norway), 1 August 1992
  • Trygve Holm, Hans, ‘10 meter jernmann til Rana’, Rana Blad (Norway), 31 July 1992
  • Sanchez A, Paul, ‘35 mil figurillas de Barro Conforman la Exposicion Campo’, Cultures (Mexico), 15 June 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘ e resultado de workshop’, Folha de Sao Paulo, 5 June 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘A visao estrangeira da floresta’, Journal do Brasil (Rio de Janiero), 4 June 1992
  • Brooke, James, ‘Arts invade Rio for the Earth Summit’, The New York Times, 1 June 1992
  • Dias, Mauro, ‘A Amazonia sob o olhar estrangeiro’, Estasdo de Sao Paulo, 29 May 1992
  • Kozinn, Allan, ‘A calm after the storm at Spoleto?’, New York Times, 17 May 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Casting an eye over a Vision’, The Birmingham Post, 25 April 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Workers keep feet on ground over sculpture’, Express and Star, 25 April 1992
  • Borrelli, Francesca, ‘Oriente mon amour’, Wimbledon (Rome), No.23, March 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Las cosas ya existen. La escultura ya existe.’, Poliester (Mexico), March 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘El arte divierte’, Revista Somos (Mexico City), January – March 1992
  • Metken, Gunter, ‘Trauer und Risse im Atelier der Tropen’, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 10 March 1992
  • Tibol, Raquel, ‘Edgar Negret y Antony Gormley en Mexico’, Proceso 801 (Mexico), 9 March 1992
  • Scott Fox, Lorna, ‘Sembrar hombres’, La Journada Semanal, 6 March 1992
  • Ocampo, Carlos, ‘Un cuerpo colectivo denominado ‘, Activa (Mexico), February 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Field’, The British Council Mexico Newsletter, February 1992
  • Emirich, Luis Carlos, ‘Un dia de Campo con Antony Gormley’, Novedades (Mexico), 28 February 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Hombres y mujeres del futuro, El Planeta (Mexico), 24 February 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Means of expression and source of joy’, The Hindu (India), 14 February 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Ingles quer populacao de PV morando no mato: preservacao’, Alto Madiera (Porto Velho), 12 February 1992
  • Mayer, Monica, ‘Las grande instalaciones de Rheinsberg y Gormley’, Universal (Mexico), 2 February 1992
  • Jakimowicz-Karle, Marta, ‘Combining beauty with utility’, Deccan Herald (India), 31 January 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘ instalacion de Antony Gormley’, El Nacion (Mexico), 31 January 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Der eiserne Gormley’, Frankfurter Rundschau, 29 January 1992
  • Kumar Srinivasan, Sumitra, ‘Expressions in clay’, The Hindu (India), 26 January 1992
  • Un-authored, ‘Wide and impressive range of ceramics’, The Hindu (India), 10 January 1992
  • Harleman, Carl-Fredrick and Erik van der Heeg, ‘Concentrated spaces’, Material Konst-fanzine (Stockholm), No.2, 1991
  • Un-authored, ‘Koncentrerade rymder’, Bulletin no.4 (Moderna Museets Vanner, Stockholm 1991)
  • Rankin-Reid, Jane, ‘On the verandah’, Artscribe, No.39, November – December 1991
  • Mehta, Anupa, ‘Of the same earth, pot and potter’, The Independent (India), 19 December 1991
  • Chaudhuri, Nandita, ‘A display of clay’, The Times of India, 7 December 1991
  • Shinde, Niyatee, ‘The language of ceramics’, Indian Express, 7 December 1991
  • Taplin, Robert, ‘Antony Gormley at Salvatore Ala’, Art in America (New York), November 1991
  • R Collins, Bradford, ‘History Lessons’, Sunday Mail (New Delhi), 20 October 1991
  • Sengupta, Shuddhabrata, ‘Colours of the earth’, Sunday Mail (New Delhi), 20 October 1991
  • Tyson, Janet, ‘Gormley's ‘Field’ of figures magically moving’, Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas), 15 October 1991
  • Kusin, David, ‘Sculptor's range reveals intimacy on a grand scale’, Times Herald (Texas)
  • Birnbaum, Daniel, ‘Kropp uppat vaggarna’, Expressen (Stockholm), 5 October 1991
  • Netzer, Sylvia, ‘Antony Gormley's Field’, American Ceramics Magazine, Vol.9, Autumn 1991
  • Hart, Jane, ‘Interview with Antony Gormley’, Journal of Contemporary Art (New York), Vol.4, No.3, Autumn 1991
  • Padon, Thomas, ‘Antony Gormley. Salvatore Ala, New York’, Sculpture (Washington), September – October 1991
  • Kutner, Janet, ‘Figuratively speaking’, The Dallas Morning News (Texas), 28 September 1991
  • Un-authored, ‘Here's one, and two and...’, The Dallas Morning News (Texas), 20 September 1991
  • Kutner, Janet, ‘Museums and Art Preview’, The Dallas Morning News (Texas), 20 September 1991
  • Un-authored, ‘Preview. Sculptor Antony Gormley’, Datebox 16 (Texas), 20 September 1991
  • Un-authored, ‘Giant visions’, The Times, 20 September 1991
  • Un-authored, ‘Artist's feat of clay will go on display’, Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas), 18 September 1991
  • Erricsson, Lars O, ‘Klafsigt malade traramar och blykroppar’, Dagens Nyheter (Stockholm), 17 September 1991
  • Grimley, Terry, ‘Vision of latest city sculpture’, The Birmingham Post, 14 September 1991
  • Sandqvist, Gertrud, ‘Manniskan som blykista’, Svenska dagbladet (Stockholm), 14 September 1991
  • Un-authored, ‘Bank's Vision at their new HQ’, Wolverhampton Express and Star, 13 September 1991
  • Un-authored, ‘Vision of beauty: City says ‘yes’ to TSB gift’, Birmingham Evening Mail, 13 September 1991
  • Gutterman, Scott, ‘Places with a past’ opens in Charleston’, The Journal of Art (Washington DC), June – August 1991
  • Danto, Arthur C, ‘Spoleto Festival USA’, The Nation (New York), 29 July – 5 August 1991
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, The Print Collector's Newsletter, May – June 1991
  • Bresler, Elaine, ‘Old jail exhibit truly artistic’, Charleston News and Courier (SC), 23 June 1991
  • Maschal, Richard, ‘Why all the fuss?’, The Charlotte Observer (SC), 9 June 1991
  • 1991
  • Schwabsky, Barry, ‘Antony Gormley’, Arts Magazine (New York), Summer 1991
  • Montvidas-Kutus, Kristina, ‘Places with a past’ tries to make sense of chaos’, Charleston News and Courier (SC), 30 May 1991
  • Brenson, Michael, ‘Visual Arts join Spoleto Festival U.S.A.’, New York Times, 27 May 1991
  • Holden, Robert, ‘Irish stew’, Building Design, 3 May 1991
  • Smith, Bruce, ‘Visuals of Spoleto Fest: jail freed, city as canvas’, Washington Times, 8 April 1991
  • Bacon, George, ‘Around the galleries: New York’, The Art Newspaper, April 1991
  • Marcelis, Bernard, ‘Expositions: Bruxelles: Antony Gormley’, ArtPress (Paris), April 1991
  • Jones, Robert, ‘I may not know art, but I know what I like’, Charleston News and Courier (SC), 29 April 1991
  • Larson, Kay, ‘Mixed Messages’, New York, 15 April 1991
  • Un-authored, ‘Art: galleries: Antony Gormley’, The New Yorker, 8 April 1991
  • Aletti, Vince, ‘Choices. Antony Gormley’, The Village Voice (New York), March 1991
  • Brenson, Michael, ‘Antony Gormley: Salvatore Ala Gallery’, The New York Times (Weekend), 29 March 1991
  • Beaumont, Mary Rose, ‘Living bodies’, Galleries Magazine, February 1991
  • Un-authored, ‘Anthony Gormley, Present Time’, National Galleries of Scotland - newsletter, February 1991
  • Bevan, Roger, ‘Around the galleries: London’, The Art Newspaper, February 1991
  • Bevan, Roger, Il Giornale dell'Arte (Turin), February 1991
  • Lillington, David, ‘Art: Preview’, Time Out, 27 February 1991
  • Un-authored, ‘Up to date display’, Glasgow Herald, 24 January 1991
  • Hilton, Tim, ‘Critics choice’, The Guardian, 23 January 1991
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, The Independent, 22 January 1991
  • Shioda, Junichi, ‘Here's to Art! The spirit of John Bull’, Geijutsu Shincho, October 1990
  • Yamanashi, Toshio, ‘British Art Now’, Tokyo Shimbun, 2 October 1990
  • Matsuba, Kazukiyu, ‘Glittering Individualism Colourfully Expressed’, Asahi Shimbun, 3 September 1990
  • Slezin, Suzanne, ‘A grand house sticks out its tongue’, The New York Times, New York, 30 August 1990
  • Un-authored, ‘Un sol de terre glaise pour la place Jean-Monnet’, Ouest France, 20 July 1990
  • Waddell, Heather, ‘Fashion and fun on the streets of Kiev’, The European, 8-10 June 1990
  • Lynn, Victoria, ‘Earth above ground’, Art & Text (Melbourne), Summer 1990
  • Pagel, David, ‘Antony Gormley’, Arts Magazine (New York), April 1990
  • Curtis, Cathy, ‘Gormley's Vision’, Los Angeles Times, 24 April 1990
  • Craddock, Sacha, ‘Derry derring-do’, The Guardian, 21 March 1990
  • Mann, William, ‘Intero urbarno’, Abitare (Milan), No.281, January 1990
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, Art and Design, Vol.5, No.3-4, 1989
  • Turnbull, Clive, ‘Antony Gormley: The Impossible Self’, The Green Book, Vol.3, No.1, 1989
  • Fletcher, John, ‘Old Boys Exhibition’, The Ampleforth Journal, Vol.94, Part 1, 1989
  • Un-authored, ‘Images of Paradise: Antony Gormley’, Survival International, 1989
  • Turnbull, David, ‘Art and Artifice: Two Camberwell studios’, The Architects' Journal, Vol.189, No.25, 1989
  • Un-authored, The Coracle, November 1989
  • Lynn, Elwyn, ‘The ambiguity of intimacy’, The Weekend Australian (Sydney), 18-19 November 1989
  • MacDonald, John, ‘Sumptous commodities’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 18 November 1989
  • Lynn, Elwyn, ‘Subtly reduced, with abandon’, Weekend Australian (Sydney), 4-5 November 1989
  • Von Zweigbergk, Britta, ‘Antony Gormley-Artist/Shaman’, MA in Art Therapy, October 1989
  • Faust, Gretchen, ‘New York in review’, Arts Magazine (New York), September 1989
  • Robinson, Simon, ‘Making Me Another’, ISIS (Oxford University), 29 September1989
  • Kachur, Lewis, ‘Antony Gormley’, Art International (New York), Autumn 1989
  • Reeves, Jennifer W, ‘Cast in the sculptor's own mould’, The Christian Science Monitor (New York), 14 August 1989
  • Brown, Christie, ‘Thinking big’, Forbes Magazine (USA), 26 June 1989
  • Atkins, Robert, ‘New this week. Antony Gormley’, 7 Days (New York), 17 May 1989
  • Un-authored, ‘Brick man, Leeds’, Brick Bulletin, Spring 1989
  • Henry, Clare, ‘Figured out: a way of lifting base metal to artistic heights’, Glasgow Herald, 26 May 1989
  • Prince, Geraldine, ‘A Cast of One’, The List, 18 May 1989
  • Kaufman, Jason Edward, ‘Antony Gormley's human cyphers’, The New York Tribune, 10 May 1989
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Life set upon a cast’, The Independent, 9 May 1989
  • Brenson, Michael, ‘A sculptor who really gets into his work’, New York Times, 7 May 1989
  • Prince, Geraldine, ‘A Plastered Sculptor’, The Independent, 2 May 1989
  • MacDonald, Murdo, ‘Body language that reflects the universal condition’, The Scotsman, 1 May 1989
  • Morley, Simon, ‘Antony Gormley’, Tema Celeste (Siracusa), April – June 1989
  • Burnham, Nigel, ‘The brick man moves on again’, The Sunday Times, 9 April 1989
  • Grande, John K, ‘British now’, Vie des Arts (Montreal), No.134, March 1989
  • Kobke Sutton, Gertrud, ‘Kroppens tyste tale’, Information, 14 February 1989
  • Wachtmeister, Marika, Sysvenenska Dagbladet (Sweden), 30 January 1989
  • Hornung, Peter M, ‘Fjerne blymaend’, Politiken, 28 January 1989
  • Meyer, Peter S, ‘Suveraen iscenesaettelse’, Kristeligt Dagblad, 25 January 1989
  • Sorensen, Ann L, ‘Om menneskets lod’, Frederiksborg Amts Avis (Denmark), 22 January 1989
  • Remar, Dorte, ‘Bly Mennesker’, Helsingor Dagblat, 21 January 1989
  • Un-authored, ‘Menneske-kunstner’, Week-end, 21 January 1989
  • Christiansen, Flemming, ‘Kroppe af bly’, Politiken (Copenhagen), 20 January 1989
  • Lemee, Jean-Philippe, ‘Antony Gormley Man Made Man’, Art Press (Paris), No.119, 1988
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘The Might Have Been Man’, The Guardian, 17 December 1988
  • Un-authored, ‘BrickMan’, The Sunday Telegraph, 13 November 1988
  • Un-authored, ‘Anger as city planners reject the Brick Man’, Yorkshire Evening Post, 8 November 1988
  • Un-authored, ‘Dropping a Brick’, Yorkshire Evening Post, October 1988
  • Bakewell, Joan, ‘Vote to Cement History’, The Sunday Times, 30 October 1988
  • Hughes, Graham, Arts Review, 24 October 1988
  • Wainright, Martin, ‘Northern Brickmanship’, The Guardian, 17 October 1988
  • Bailey, Martin, ‘Monumental Man Set to Tower Over City’, Sunday Observer, 16 October 1988
  • Kinmouth, Patrick, ‘Forging Ahead’, House and Garden (New York), September 1988
  • Sylvester, David, ‘Tate Gallery Information Broadsheet’, September 1988
  • Un-authored, ‘Kunst in der Stadt’, Kassel Kulturell, September 1988
  • Bentley Mays, John, ‘British Sculpture Show Positive Step for MAC’, The Globe and Mail (Montreal), 24 September 1988
  • Waugh, Auberon, The Sunday Telegraph, 4 September 1988
  • Waterhouse, Keith, ‘The Brick Colossus’, Daily Mail, 1 September 1988
  • Hamilton, James, ‘The Man's a Brick’, Yorkshire Evening Post, 19 August 1988
  • Topp, Amanda, ‘Brickman a Landmark’, Yorkshire Evening Post, 18 August 1988
  • Un-authored, ‘Planners get a Brickbat’, Yorkshire Evening Post, 23 July 1988
  • Williams, Ian, ‘Permission to Stand’, The Independent, 4 July 1988
  • Un-authored, ‘Making the Impossible Self’, Border Crossings (New York), Summer 1988
  • Enright, Robert, ‘Inverse Aesthetics’, Border Crossings (New York), Summer 1988
  • Pulson, Diana, ‘Here's a toast to two gents and, er, sliced bread?’, The Echo (Arizona), 24 May 1988
  • Schwarze, Dirk, ‘Kunst in der Stadt’, Stadt Kassel (Germany), 6 May 1988
  • Un-authored, ‘Kunst soll anstoben, nicht beruhigen’, Stadt Kassel (Germany), 6 May 1988
  • Welles, Eleanor, ‘UK/LA Festival’, Art Gallery International (Los Angeles), March – April 1988
  • Muchnic, Suzanne, Los Angeles Times, 22 April 1988
  • Godfrey, Stephen, ‘Individual styles conflict....’, The Globe and Mail (Winnipeg), April 1988
  • Checkland, Sarah Jane, ‘And the Word was made Art’, The Times, 2 April 1988
  • Volp, Rainer, ‘Geheimnisse sind immer sperrig’, Kunst und Kirche (Darmstadt), February 1988
  • Un-authored, ‘Viewpoint’, Verlenging Tot (Brussels), 14 February 1988
  • Pearce, Joseph, ‘De kunstenaar in de zon of in de schadow?’, Kunst & Cultuur, January 1988
  • Un-authored, ‘Wat is het point?’, Knack (Brussels), 13 January 1988
  • Un-authored, ‘Viewpoint’, L'echo de la Bourse (Brussels), 9 January 1988
  • Shone, Richard, Burlington Magazine, 1987
  • Un-authored, ‘Man of Iron’, Stroll (Winnepeg), No.4-5, 1987
  • Higgins, Judith, ‘Britain's new generation’, ARTnews (New York), December 1987
  • Gibson, Eric, ‘What's Wrong with The Figure’, Sculpture (Washington), November – December 1987
  • Meuris, Jacques, ‘Une saison brittanique a points de vue multiples’, Libre Belgique (Brussels), 26-27 December 1987
  • Gillemon, Daniele, ‘, L'art anglais contemporain’, Le Soir (Brussels), 18 December 1987
  • De Ruyck, Jo, ‘Verrassende verscheidenheid van de hegendaagse Britse kunst’, Het Volk (Brussels), 17 December 1987
  • Dobson, Rona, ‘Events with a British accent’, The Bulletin (Brussels), 17 December 1987
  • Gooding, Mel, ‘Great Britain: TSWA 3D’, Flash Art (Milan), October 1987
  • Roustayi, Mina, ‘An Interview with Antony Gormley’, Arts Magazine (New York), September 1987
  • Zimmer, William, ‘Figurative Sculpture Makes Impact at Storm King Art Center’, New York Times, August 1987
  • Gooding, Mel, ‘Seeing the Sites’, Art Monthly, July – August 1987
  • Zimmer, William, ‘Summer Splendors Outside the City’, New York Times, 14 August 1987
  • Brenson, Michael, ‘Images that Express Essential Human Emotions’, New York Times, 26 July 1987
  • Bode, Peter M , ‘Kraft Nach Kassel’, Vogue (Munich), June 1987
  • Un-authored, ‘Skulptur nach dem eigenen Korpermass’, ART (Hamburg), No.6, June 1987
  • Scolari, Enzo, ‘Graffia dunque e arte’, Panorama (Italy), 14 June 1987
  • Barille, Renato, ‘Kassel: Un Processo Mancato'al Postmoderno’, Corriere della Sera (Italy), 13 June 1987
  • Un-authored, ‘Gormley gestalten Brunnen’, Hessische Allgemeine (Germany), 11 June 1987
  • Archer, Michael, ‘State of the Art’, Artforum (New York), Summer 1987
  • Faust, Wolfgang Max, ‘Documenta Special’, Wolkenkrazer Art, Summer 1987
  • Un-authored, ‘Les hommes et les objets de Antony Gormley’, Libre Belgique (Brussels), May 1987
  • Nardon, Anita, ‘La Passion et le Corps’, Le Drapeau Rouge (France), May 1987
  • Levin, Kim, The Village Voice (New York), 20-26 May 1987
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Doing it in Public Places’, The Independent, 11 May 1987
  • Warner, Marina, ‘The Statues of Liberty’, The Independent, 4 May 1987
  • Friedman, Alan, ‘A Warm Bathtub for Artists’, Financial Times, 23 April 1987
  • Morley, Simon, ‘Serpentine Gallery: Antony Gormley’, Artline, April 1987
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Figures of Everyman’, The Listener, 19 March 1987
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘In the Lead’, Time Out, 11 March 1987
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘British Spirit of Resistance’, The Guardian, 6 March 1987
  • Sewell, Brian, ‘View from the Loo’, Evening Standard, 5 March 1987
  • Un-authored, The Face, January 1987
  • Graham-Dixon, Andrew, ‘Andrew Graham-Dixon on Antony Gormley's Bizarre Sculptural Techniques’, Harpers & Queen, February 1987
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Put it up in Neon’, The Guardian, January, 1987
  • Saunders, Wade and Anne Rochette, ‘Antony Gormley at Salvatore Ala’, Art in America (New York), November 1986
  • Miro, Marsh, ‘Detroit Collectors Show their Savvy’, Detroit Free Press, 2 November 1986
  • Zaya, Octavio, ‘Antony Gormley: El Otro de uno Mismo’, Culturas Diaro (Madrid), 26 October 1986
  • Merkle, Harry, ‘Mein Lieber Schwann!’, Pflasterstrand, No.246, 4 October 1986
  • Un-authored, ‘Brick-age man lined up for city’, Yorkshire Post, 3 October 1986
  • Merkle, Harry, ‘Lau, Laut und Laokoom’, Tageszeitung (Berlin), 20 September 1986
  • Kramer Badoni, Rudolph, ‘Ein Arm Spielt auf gespaltenei’, Die Welt (Germany), 10 September 1986
  • Un-authored, ‘Sculpture Made in London’, Cafe Creme Magazine (Marbella), Autumn 1986
  • Runge, Van Wolfgang H, ‘Kunst mit Frischegarantie’, August 1986
  • Castle, Frederick Ted, ‘Occurences/New York’, Art Monthly, No.93, July – August 1986
  • Allthorpe Guyton, Marjorie, ‘Sculpture at Stoke: The National Garden Festival’, Arts Review, 4 July 1986
  • Levin, Kim, ‘Chernobyl, Mon Amour’, The Village Voice (New York), 24 June 1986
  • Un-authored, ‘Contemporary British Sculpture at the Cultural Center’, Fundacio Caixa de Pension (Barcelona), June 1986
  • Feaver, William, ‘Left in Ruins’, The Observer, 8 June 1986
  • Cork, Richard, ‘In Situ’, The Listener, 5 June 1986
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘The Black Submarine that Torpedoed Gentility’, The Guardian, 30 May 1986
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Going Grey in the Face of Rebellion’, The Guardian, 30 May 1986
  • Cork, Richard, ‘The Greening of Decline’, The Listener, 8 May 1986
  • Baker, Kenneth, ‘Newer Art in Small Doses’, San Francisco Chronicle, 21 March 1986
  • Kessler, Pamela, ‘The No-Frills Generic Figure’, The Washington Post, 15 March 1986
  • Richard, Paul, ‘Upbeat Creature Feature at the Corcoran’, The Washington Post, 15 March 1986
  • Dorfles, Gillo, ‘Antony Gormley’, Vogue (Milan), February – March 1986
  • Phillipson, Michael, ‘Walking and Falling: A Labyrinth of Dreams’, Artscribe, No.56, February – March 1986
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Britain Seen from the South’, The Guardian, 26 February 1986
  • Fisher, Jean, ‘Antony Gormley’, Artforum (New York), January 1986
  • Frank, Nigel, ‘Walking and Falling’, Arts Review, January 1986
  • Un-authored, ‘La Imagen de los Objetos’, El Pais, 31 January 1986
  • Weskott, Hanne, ‘Antony Gormley’, Kunstforum (Wetzlar, Germany), 1985
  • Axelson Kumlin, Ewa, ‘Figurer i nya New York-Konsten’, Paletten, 1985
  • Bickers, Patricia, ‘When is Sculpture not a Sculpture’, Aspects (Newcastle), No.29, 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Likely Prospects: A British Questionaire’, Artscribe (London), 1985
  • Higgins, Judith, ‘Antony Gormley’, ARTnews (New York), December 1985
  • Clarke, John R, ‘Circuses and Bread: Achille Bonito Oliva's Nuove Trame Dell'Arte at Genazzano’, Arts Magazine (New York), October 1985
  • Conti, Vianna, ‘Antony Gormley’, Artefactum (Antwerp), September – October 1985
  • Weinstein, Matthew, ‘Antony Gormley’, Westuff, No.2, September 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Figuren in Fadenkreuz’, ART (Hamburg), September 1985
  • Nerozzi, Barbara, ‘L'esperienza dell'orizzonte’, Gran Bazaar (Milan), No.8-9, August – September 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley in Kunst’, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Magazine, August 1985
  • Schloss, Edith, ‘Castles and’, The Herald Tribune, August 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Der Mann, das bleierne Wesen’, Abendpost and Nachtausgabe (Germany), August 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, Frankfurter Rundschau, 31 August 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 17 August 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Stille Skulpturen und skelettierter Kreisel’, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 14 August 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Frankfurt zeigt zwei Skulptur-Ausstellungen’, Giess Anzeiger (Giessen), 14 August 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Bleierner Gast im Steinernen Haus’, Frankfurter NeuePresse, 13 August 1985
  • Bastos, GL, ‘Antony Gormley, a case’, Neue Kunst in Europa (Munich), No.9, July – September 1985
  • Pokorny, Rita, ‘Using the Body as if it was a Face’, Neue Kunst in Europa (Munich), No.9, July – September 1985
  • R Comi, Enrico, ‘La quotidianita cosmica del lavoro Di Gormley’, Spazio Umano (Milan), No.3, July – September 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Home’, Domus (Milan), July 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Weit Ausgeholt’, Suddeutsche Zeitung (Munich), No.168, July 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Monumentale Body-Art’, Passauer Neue Presse (Germany), July 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘A. Gormley chez Ala’, Cafe Crème, No.4, July 1985
  • Kelber, Ulrich, ‘Ausdruck individueller Mythologie’, Donaukurier (Ingolstadt), 26 July 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley im Leeren Beutel Sartres Wiederkehr’, Die Woche, 18 July 1985
  • Kelber, Ulrich, ‘Figuren unter einem Bleipanzer’, Bayerischer Stadtsanzeiger, July 12, 1985
  • Bortolon, Liana, ‘L’Arte del Duemila abita gia qui’, Grazia, 7 July 1985
  • Belpoliti, Marco, ‘Guaine di corpi in gesso e piombo’, Il Manifesto, 6 July 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, Mittelbayerische Zeitung, 3 July 1985
  • Ciavoliello, Giulio, ‘Antony Gormley/Salvatore Ala’, Flash Art (Milan), No.127, June 1985
  • Tait, Phoebe, ‘Noi inglese non amiamo gli elzeviri’, Il Sole 24 Ore, June 1985
  • Muller, Dorothee, ‘Schwebende giftige Maner: Antony Gormley in der Munchner Galerie Wittenbrink’, Suddeutsche Zeitung (Munich), June 1985
  • Testa, Armando, ‘Di Mamme ce ne una sola: Sulla Subway riappare la mom’, Il Giornale dell'arte, No.24 (Turin), June 1985
  • Wright, David, ‘Beyond Appearances’, Arts Review, June 1985
  • Barilli, Renato, ‘Eccentrici insulari’, L'Espresso, No.25, June 1985
  • Conti, Viana, ‘Due obiettivi sugli artisti di oggi’, La Provencia (Como, Italy), 27 June 1985
  • Cavadini, Luigi, ‘Giro d'orizzonte a Milano’, La Provencia, 23 June 1985
  • Conti, Viana, ‘La scultura diventa un oggetto’, Il Buongiorno (Genoa, Italy), 22 June 1985
  • Somaini, Luisa, ‘I dieci corpi dello scultore buddhista’, La Republica, 5 June 1985
  • D'Avossa, Antonio, ‘Le Trame del Castello’, Flash Art (Milan), No.128, Summer 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Austellung Antony Gormley’, Mosaico anno, Vol.3, No.8, May – July 1985
  • Peduzzi, Peppo, ‘La citta consegna le chiavi a Tapies’, Il Giornale dell'Arte, No.23 (Turin), May 1985
  • Bluemler, Detelf, ‘Munchen’, Kunstzeitschrift (Cologne), May 1985
  • Angelus, Margherita, ‘La Nuova Ala dell'arte’, Viva Milano No.17, May 1985
  • Perra, Anna, ‘Il Guggenheim e una galleria record per Antony Gormley’, L'Unita, May 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, Flash Art (Milan), No.20, April – May 1985
  • Pieragostini, Amedo, ‘Una galleria per i corpi di Gormley’, Bergamo Oggi, 30 May, 1985
  • Antolini, Adriano, ‘La scultura? Ha corpo’, Il Giornale (Turin), 26 May 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, L'Espresso, 19 May, 1985
  • Zuccon, Marina, ‘ Corpi universali’, Il Manifesto, 14 May, 1985
  • Murgia, A, ‘Ala, nuova sede e orario continuo per la galleria piu grande d'Italia’, Il Giornale dell'Arte (Turin), 11 May 1985
  • Somaini, Luisa, ‘Antony Gormley’, La Republica, 10 May 1985
  • Martin, Sue, ‘Recent Acquisitions’, The British Council: Fine Arts News Sheet, No.22, April 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley’, Arte, No.151, April 1985
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley: Out of this World 1983-1984’, The British Council News Sheet, April 1985
  • Tait, Phoebe, ‘Avant garde centre to rival New York’, Financial Times, 26 April 1985
  • Peduzzi, Peppo, ‘Afro-De Kooning: confronto di astrattisti Italia-Usa’, Giornale dell'Arte, No.21, March 1985
  • Un-auhtored, ‘Antony Gormley’, Flash Art Gallerie (Milan), No.21, March 1985
  • Feaver, William, ‘England’, ARTnews (New York), February 1985
  • Dimitrijevic, Nena, ‘La sculpture apres l'evolution’, Flash Art (Milan), No.6, January 1985
  • Miller, Sanda, ‘Antony Gormley at Riverside’, Artscribe, No.49, 1984
  • Porfirio, Jose Luis, ‘Informacoes e transformacoes na’, Actual, 1984
  • Archer, Michael, ‘Antony Gormley’, Flash Art (Milan), December 1984
  • Miller, Sanda, ‘Antony Gormley Riverside Studios’, Art Press (Paris), December, 1984
  • Rowat, Ken, ‘Chapter Shows’, The Guardian, 19 December 1984
  • Ducann, Charlotte, ‘Interview with Antony Gormley’, World of Interiors (London), November 1984
  • Kopecek, Paul, ‘Antony Gormley’, Art Monthly (London), October 1984
  • Linker, Kate, ‘Antony Gormley’, Artforum (New York), October 1984
  • Ted Castle, Frederick, ‘Antony Gormley at Salvatore Ala’, Art in America, October 1984
  • Miller, Fiona, ‘High there! An artist with his head in the clouds’, Daily Express, 5 October 1984
  • Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Going up like a lead Balloon’, The Guardian, 2 October 1984
  • Berman, Arthur, ‘Antony Gormley’, TNT (London), 2 October 1984
  • Feaver, William, ‘Variations on a body’, The Observer, September 1984
  • Moorman, Margaret, ‘Antony Gormley, Salvatore Ala’, ARTnews (New York), September 1984
  • Hilty, Gregory, ‘Antony Gormley’, Riverside Studio Bulletin, September 1984
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Visual Arts: Selections and Reviews’, Time Out, 20-26 September 1984
  • Packer, William, ‘Body building exercises the sculptor's mind’, Financial Times, 25 September 1984
  • Vaisey, Marina, ‘Art & Counterpart’, The Sunday Times, 16 September 1984
  • Un-authored, ‘Novas rumas na escultura britaica’, Semenario, 21 July 1984
  • Un-authored, ‘Gulbenkian’, Expresso, 7 July 1984
  • Biegler, Beth, ‘Antony Gormley at Salvatore Ala’, The East Village Eye (New York), June 1984
  • Testa, Armando, ‘New York New York e ritorno’, Il Giornale dell'Arte (Turin), June 1984
  • Raynor, Vivien, ‘Also of Interest This Week’, The New York Times, 18 May 1984
  • Levin, Kim, ‘The Clone Zone’, The Village Voice (New York), 15 May 1984
  • Serota, Nicholas, ‘Transformations-New Sculpture from Britain’, Artefactum (Antwerp), February – March 1984
  • Newman, Michael, ‘Discourse and Desire in British Sculpture’, Flash Art (Milan), January 1984
  • Un-authored, ‘Antony Gormley talking to Paul Kopecek’, Aspects (Newcastle), No.25, January 1984
  • Dimitrijevic, Nena, ‘Antony Gormley’, Flash Art (Milan), January 1984
  • Tio Bellido, Ramon, ‘Antony Gormley’, Axe-Sud (Toulouse), Winter 1983
  • Rowe, Clare, ‘The Portland Clifftop Sculpture Park’, Aspects (Newcastle), No.24, Autumn 1983
  • Pascal, Eli, ‘Tongue and Groove’, Aspects (Newcastle), No.23, Summer 1983
  • Denvir, Bernard, ‘Tongue and Groove’, Art Monthly, May 1983
  • Pollitt, Nigel, ‘Tongue and Groove’, Arts Review, April 1983
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Tongue and Groove’, Time Out, 24 March 1983
  • Newman, Michael, ‘Man's Place: Four Works’, Art & Artists (London), 1983
  • Cork, Richard, ‘Back to Nature’, Evening Standard, 23 December 1982
  • Vaisey, Marina, ‘The art of any old iron’, The Sunday Times, 19 December 1982
  • Janusczak, Waldemar, ‘The pop, skip and junk merchants of sculpture’, The Guardian, 15 December 1982
  • Newman, Michael, ‘Man's Place in Nature’, Arts Review, October 1982
  • Newman, Michael, ‘New Sculpture in Britain’, Art in America, September 1982
  • Feaver, William, ‘Venice Biennale’, Vogue (London), June 1982
  • Feaver, William, ‘Bellyfull of ballast’, The Observer, 1982
  • Roberts, John, ‘Objects and Sculpture’, Artscribe No.30, 1981
  • Cooke, Lynne, ‘Antony Gormley at the Whitechapel’, Artscribe, No.29, 1981
  • Un-authored, ‘Singleton Sculpture Installation’, S.E. Art News, August 1981
  • Oliver, Peter, ‘Interview with Antony Gormley’, Cornish Chronicle, August 1981
  • Francis, Mark, ‘Objects and Sculpture’, Art Monthly, July – August 1981
  • Biggs, Lewis, ‘Objects and Sculpture’, Arnolfini Review (Bristol), July 1981
  • McNay, Michael, ‘ICA’, The Guardian, 17 July 1981
  • Russell Taylor, John, ‘Objects and Sculpture’, The Times, 26 June 1981
  • Feaver, William, ‘An Air of Light Relief’, The Observer, 26 June 1981
  • Russell Taylor, John, ‘Objects and Sculpture’, The Sunday Times, 21 June 1981
  • Morgan, Stuart, ‘Antony Gormley, Whitechapel Gallery’, Artforum (New York), Summer 1981
  • Kent, Sarah, ‘Antony Gormley: Sculpture’, Time Out, 9 April 1981
  • Un-authored, ‘Nuove Immagine’, Flash Art (Milan), Summer 1980


Other media

  • ‘Lily Cole’s Art Matters: Antony Gormley’, Sky Arts, 19 March 2013
  • State Of The Art: Ideas and Images In The 1980s (DVD - Illuminations Media 2006)


Related texts

  • Gormley, Antony, ‘The heart of Albertopolis’, The Guardian (Review), 23 June 2007, p.3