Untitled, 2007 / stainless steel / 220 x 100 x 90 cm
Don't touch / wood / 90 x 70 x 50 cm
Helixhead, 2008 / wood / 116 x 90 x 86 cm
Branching Line, 1990 / etching / 63 x 60 cm / ed. 15
ABOUT THE ARTIST
The British sculptor is one of the most acclaimed artists of his generation. Tony Cragg's sculptures can largely be organised into groups according to the different materials from which they are made: stone, clay, bronze, glass, different synthetic materials like polystyrene, carbon- or glass-fibre. His sensitivity to different materials is and has been the starting point for his work. To a great extent, his choice of material has determined the form, which a sculpture has taken on.
Cragg represented the Great Britain at the 43rd Venice Biennale in 1988, the year he won the Turner Prize.