• Tony Cragg, Points of view, bronze © ADAGP, Paris 2015 photo : dominique haim
  • Tony Cragg, Points of view, bronze © ADAGP, Paris 2015 photo : dominique haim
  • Tony Cragg, Mixed feelings, bronze © ADAGP, Paris 2015 photo : dominique haim
  • Tony Cragg, Mixed feelings, bronze © ADAGP, Paris 2015 photo : dominique haim
  • Tony Cragg, Caldera, bronze © ADAGP, Paris 2015 photo : dominique haim
  • Tony Cragg, Caldera, bronze © ADAGP, Paris 2015 photo : dominique haim
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Walks of life, Tony Cragg in New York

News - 14/01/2015 - Article : Dominique Haim - Photos : Dominique Haim

This winter, Madison Square Park Art is displaying three monumental sculptures by English artist Tony Cragg.

Mixed Feelings, a 20 foot tall sculpture and Points Of View, an installation comprised of three sculptures three times the size of a man, present shapes familiar to the artist. Between abstraction and the representation of repeated human profiles, Tony Cragg seems to be once again playing with our senses. By using a different patina for each work, he aims at giving to bronze the sensation of a soft malleable material. As for Caldera, this impressively imposing sculpture rests on three points and forms an arch beneath which viewers can walk to experience its massive structure.

Madison Square Park, New York City
Between Madison Av. & 5th Av., 23rd & 26th Str.
September 18, 2014 – February 8, 2015
www.madisonsquarepark.org

 

 

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