Antony Gormley Diary
This diary was created specially with Antony Gormley for the Royal Academy of Arts, London. Featuring 42 images of Gormley's works over the last 40 years of his practice, including installation photography, sculpture as well as works on paper.
The diary is undated and features 2 year planners at the front, 52 double-page weekly spreads for every week of the year, as well as 12 lined, dotted and blank pages at the back for note-taking and sketching.
Printed in the UK by Gomer Press Ltd on FSC certified paper.
|Dimensions||14 x 20.5cm|
|Fabric & material||Paper|
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In September 2019, the Royal Academy of Arts will present a solo exhibition of the internationally acclaimed British sculptor Antony Gormley (b. 1950), the most significant in the UK for over a decade. To mark the exhibition the Royal Academy has worked with the artist on a collection of specially selected and exclusively developed products where the hand, eye and personality of Gormley is evident and celebrated.
Over a year in the making, the highly bespoke collection, developed in detail with the artist through conversation and collaboration, reflects the materials, ideas and ethos of his work.