Since winning the Turner prize in 1988 Tony Cragg has become one of the most revered sculptors working today. His extensive explorations into material space and man’s relation to it have fostered a diverse and potent body of work. Born in Liverpool in 1949, Cragg worked as lab technician in a biochemical laboratory before winning a place at the Wimbledon School of Art and then in 1977 at the Royal College of Art.
Although initially… Read more
About the artwork
The molten curves of this futuristic organic form appear both familiar and