Entries tagged with ‘Anthony Caro’

The Tower of Discovery was originally made for an exhibition of Caro’s work at the Tate Gallery in 1991. The Tower of Discovery forms part of a body of work in which Caro was exploring architecture an…

2001

Tower

Tower was commissioned by Cass Sculpture Foundation as a one–fifth scale maquette for a fifteen–meter tower. It was a development on Caro’s earlier monumental sculptures at Cass Sculpture Foundation: …

Goodwood Steps is part of a series of works made by Caro that demonstrate his interest in the dialogue between architecture and sculpture. “Goodwood Steps started from a work that I made indoors in Ha…

2001

Book

Book is one in a series of book forms that Caro made with Hans Spinner in Grasse. These were developed from a maquette which Caro made and when Wilfred Cass saw them, he encouraged Caro to make a monu…

Created from sheet steel that was bent, cut and welded to form a triumphant variety of shapes, Eastern creates a startling juxtaposition of angles and curves. Standing at over two metres, this work is…