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Antony Gormley’s field sculptures – Everything you need to know

Antony Gormley’s Fields British artist Antony Gormley is well known for his life-size statues which mimic the human body. His Field series, however, represents a different approach. Each work consisted of a couple of ten thousands of small soil figures to up to 210,000 used in his latest piece of the series, Asian Field, 2003. …

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Why was Tracey Emin’s bed a shock to the audience?

Tracey Emin’s work is one that has always been shrouded in revelation and discovery, where she uses her real-life events as the inspiration for her works. So far, her art has become varied to include video installations, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, and even needlework. Emin’s work is characterized by an imminence and frequently sexually …

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Why did Rachel Whiteread’s House earn her the title Worst Artist?

Rachel Whiteread – House, 1993, concrete Photo: John Davies How Rachel Whiteread became famous Is it possible to illustrate memory or lack of it? This is exactly what the sculptures made by Rachel Whiteread strive to achieve. She is born in London in 1963, where she lives and earns a living as an artist. …

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See how Jim Lambie’s hypnotic floor installations transform rooms

Who is Jim Lambie? Jim Lambie is a visual artist, sculptor, and musician. He is perhaps most famous for his colorful and mesmerizing floor tapestries. Lambie’s floor art is done using differently colored duct tape that runs in straight lines to form colorful repetitive patterns that change the visual dynamics of a space in a …

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