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Anthony Caro: Works from the 1960s, Beverly Hills, April 17–May 30, 2015 | Gagosian

Find out more about the 2015 exhibition Anthony Caro: Works from the 1960s at Gagosian Beverly Hills. Installation views, works, editorial content, press, and more.

Anthony Caro, (1924-2013)  al Museo Correr

Era nato nel 1924, e nonostante le primavere fossero quasi 90 Anthony Caro, britannico del Surrey, non aveva smesso di progettare. Tra qualche mese avrebbe dovuto infatti “debuttare” di nuovo, dopo tanti anni, con una mostra nella sede londinese di Gagosian, dopo essere stato l’artista del Roof del Metropolitan nell’estate di due anni fa, prima …

ANTHONY CARO: Park Avenue Series June 6–July 27, 2013 Gagosian Britannia Street, London

Find out more about the 2013 exhibition Anthony Caro: Park Avenue Series at Gagosian Britannia Street, London. Installation views, works, editorial content, press, and more.


Child’s Tower Room (1984) If you’re looking for inspiration for the contest, mull over the work of British sculptor Anthony Caro (credited, arguably, with removing sculpture from its plinth)… Duccio Variations No. 5 (2000) Millibank Steps (2004) Table Piece ccclxxviiii Chelsea ziggurats (1997) made from railroad ties! and his most playscape-ish piece, “Tower of Discovery”, 1991 - Read the rest...

Early One Morning, 1962, by Anthony Caro

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Anthony Caro (b. 1924), Sculpture Seven 1961. Steel, painted green, blue and brown 178 x 537 x 105.5 cm. Private Collection. Copyright: The artist, Barford Sculptures Ltd

The sacred purpose of art is to invite us to question and to re-examine experience. Art that does not set out to do this, which does no more than reassure or reaffirm, cannot be called art at all, but entertainment. This process of re-examination can work at all levels and in all areas of our experience, ranging from the moral dilemmas posed by Henrik Ibsen, to the sensually austere sound world presented by Anton Webern.


Wishing we could be anywhere but here: an LA gallery show, a Copenhagen vintage pop-up, or a 1950s apartment belonging to none other than Ettore Sottsass.

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ANTHONY CARO Rondo 1966-1976 Steel, painted white, forest green and brick red 47 by 103 by 26 in. 119.5 by 262 by 66 cm.

b. March 8, 1924, Surrey, England d. October 23, 2013, London, England Sir Anthony Caro’s (1924-2013) prestigious career spanned six decades, during which he received numerous honors, critical acclaim, and widespread renown as one of Britain’s most important sculptors. Knighted by the Queen of England in 1987, Caro was appointed to the Order of Merit (OM) in 2000. Caro’s work is represented in over 150 museums and other public collections worldwide, and he received a lifetime achievement…

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"Technique determines aesthetic as much as one's aesthetic determines a new medium." — Helen Frankenthaler Few artists have made as enormous a contribution to the development of abstract expressionism as Helen Frankenthaler. This icon of the post-war American scene stands as one of the most important voices of the 20th century, helping to birth a new visual language into the culture. All articles at link below!
It is a fleeting sense of an image. Already at such a young age, the soon-to-be-famous Helen Frankenthaler art style had appeared, and it would usher in a new wave of abstract art. The artist seemed preternaturally gifted at understanding how colors relate, and how composition can reinforce and heighten these relationships. For that reason, she became a leading name in color field painting — a genre that features mostly large canvases with simple shapes and strong hues.
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