From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
Antony Mark David Gormley OBE (born 30 August 1950) is an English sculptor. His best known works include the Angel of the North, a public sculpture in Gateshead commissioned in 1995 and erected in February 1998, and Another Place on Crosby Beach near Liverpool.
Gormley's website includes images of nearly all of his works up to 2009. The most notable include:
- Field (and subsequent recreations)
- Sound II (1986) – in the crypt of Winchester Cathedral, Winchester, Hampshire, England
- Iron: Man (1993) – Victoria Square, Birmingham, England
- Havmannen (1995) – Mo i Rana, Arctic Circle City, Norway
- Another Place (1997) – currently at Crosby Beach near Liverpool, England
- Quantum Cloud (1999)– Greenwich, London, England
- Angel of the North (1998) – Low Fell (overlooking the A1 and A167 roads), Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England
- Time Horizon – the Archaeological Park of Scolacium near Catanzaro in Calabria, Southern Italy
- Event Horizon (2007) – along the South Bank of the Thames, London, England; (2010) around Madison Square, New York City
- Filter (2002) – acquired by Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, England, in 2009
- One & Other (6 July – 14 October 2009) – Trafalgar Square, London, England
- Habitat – Gormley's first permanent installation in the United States, in Anchorage, Alaska on the grounds of the Anchorage Museum, cost an estimated $560,000.
- Reflection II (2008) – acquired by deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts, in 2009
- Voices from Oxford – Gormley's sculpture on top of Exeter College, Oxford, overlooking Broad Street
- Horizon Field (2010–2012) – sculpture installation in the Austrian Alps.