To coincide with LAND – Antony Gormley’s exhibition of sculptures in locations across the UK – a new book, of the same name, has been published.
Produced by the Landmark Trust, the book includes artwork by Antony Gormley, texts by Jeanette Winterson and photography by Clare Richardson. The book explores what it means to be human in remote places across the British Isles.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Landmark Trust, the exhibition LAND, which first opened in May 2015, comprises distinct life-size standing sculptures cast in iron at five Landmark Trust sites.
The LAND works remain on view until mid-May 2016. At Kimmeridge Bay, Lundy, Saddell Bay and Lengthman's Cottage they are freely accessible at all times. At the Martello Tower the work can be viewed from ground level any time or via a pre-booked monthly roof terrace appointment. See here for details.
The book costs £15 and is available from the White Cube bookshop, Bermondsey.
© Antony Gormley Photograph: 2016 Clare Richardson