M@Where To Find Antony Gormley Sculptures In London
Antony Gormley became a household name thanks to his Angel of the North statue near Gateshead. In recent years, though, he's received something of a backlash. Perhaps it's the ubiquity of his work — familiarity breeds contempt.
Or maybe it's the perceived egotism of reproducing one's own body over and over again. Gormley has his own metallic clone army, with sentries in cathedrals, parks, beaches and town squares all over the country.
London is particularly replete with Gormley installations. One of the latest is a Mayfair hotel room shaped like an 8-bit computer character, or a foetal Decepticon.
Here's our round-up of every Gormley we know about in the capital.
Note: to keep the gallery of images manageable, we've left out most temporary exhibitions and Event Horizon (2007), which saw 31 copies of Gormley's body dotted around the Southbank and Strand areas.
All images by the author except One and Other by Will Wiles and Peckham bollards from Google Street View.