Antony Gormley

Zones of Attachment, 1995

Gouache on paper
15 x 11 inches (38.1 x 27.9 cm.)
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Provenance:
White Cube, London; Private Collection (1997 - 2017); Acquired at Phillips (New York) by present owner in 2017
Location:
New York
Asking price:
$19,800

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More information about this artwork

Antony Gormley is a highly acclaimed British sculptor, widely recognized for studying the relationship between the human body and space. The artist works at a variety of scales placing his iron human forms in natural and urban environments to explore the tumultuous feelings of the human condition, often starting with life-size casts of his own body. Gormley also produces breathtaking paintings that frequently create a subliminal sense of loss and awareness of the viewer's existence.

Zones of Attachment is an excellent example of the latter. Showcasing a compelling composition, this painting portrays a human silhouette in bold black gouache brushstrokes, fading away as reaching the lower edge of the paper. This work is an outstanding representation of Gormley’s enigmatic and overcharged artistic practice.

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