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Antony Gormley, Antony Gormley Horizon Field (box set of two signed monographs held in slipcase), 2011

Antony Gormley


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Antony Gormley

Antony Gormley Horizon Field (box set of two signed monographs held in slipcase), 2011

Hardback monograph, numbered and each hand signed

Each book is hand signed on the title page and the main book is numbered 9/150; the spine of the slipcase is also numbered 9/150

12 1/2 × 9 1/4 × 2 1/2 inches

This boxed set edition contains both hardback exhibition monographs on Antony Gormley that were published by Kunsthaus Bregenz. This book edition contains both exhibition catalogs ( “Antony Gormley” – “Horizon Field” ) by Antony Gormley that were published by Kunsthaus Bregenz: for the major solo exhibition in 2009 and for the 2010 project “Horizon Field” realized in the Vorarlberg Alps.

This suite comprises two separate monographs held together in an elegant cloth slipcase. Both books are signed, and the main one is numbered 9/150. The spine of the slipcase also bears the printed numbered 9/150

12.5 x 9.25 x 2.5 inches
Each book:
12 x 9 x .75 inches
Antony Gormley:
hardcover; 152 pages
Horizon Field:
Hardcover; 176 pages

Publisher's Blurb:

Since the 1980s, when the English sculptor Antony Gormley (born 1950) first began casting figures from his own body in lead and iron, his principal concern has been opening up new artistic and social venues for the display of his work. In realizing his latest work, “Horizon Field,” in Austria, the artist has installed 100 figures at an elevation of nearly 7,000 feet; the figures face every direction but never towards one another. The mountain landscape, with its beguiling mix of natural beauty, urbanity and the sociality of old valley communities, provides an ideal experimental field for Gormley's investigations into the relationship between nature and culture. Of this project, the artist said: “It asks basic questions: who are we, what are we, where do we come from and to where are we headed?” Photographs of the landscape installation are contextualized with images of the artist's previous works.

Kunsthaus Bregenz


Height:   12.50
Width:   9.25
Depth:   2.50