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Anthony Caro

Honouring the legacy of this titan of modernist sculpture this exhibition presents four of his monumental late works

Art Gallery of Ontario

Yorkshire’s Celebration Of Anthony Caro

Hepworth Wakefield and the Yorkshire Sculpture Park have joined forces for a major exhibition

18 Sep 2015

Anthony Caro’s late, great sculptures at Annely Juda Fine Art

‘The Last Sculptures’ is a timely celebration of Caro’s late work, almost a year after his death

7 Oct 2014

A Tribute to Anthony Caro

Sir Anthony Caro was among the giants of modernism. We can be certain that his influence will be felt for decades to come

25 Oct 2013

Anthony Caro

Apollo is deeply saddened to hear of the loss of Sir Anthony Caro, the influential British sculptor who died yesterday at the age of 89

24 Oct 2013

Anthony Caro

Museo Correr

The light relief of Anthony McCall

When viewed in the right environment, the artist’s sculptures in light and experimental films illuminate new ways to think about objects in space

18 Jul 2024
Carolee Schneemann

In search of the real Carolee Schneemann

The late performance artist celebrated the messiness of bodies in her work – so it’s a shame her survey at the Barbican all feels a bit clean

14 Sep 2022
Carolee Schneemann holding a Venetian lion mask, photographed in London in May 2017, Photo: Benjamin McMahon

Catching up with Carolee Schneemann

Remembering an artist who was so far ahead of her time that her work is still full of revelations

8 Mar 2019

Caro in Yorkshire

Four Yorkshire venues, including The Hepworth Wakefield and Yorkshire Sculpture Park, celebrate the career of sculptor Anthony Caro in an exhibition…

Various venues, Yorkshire
David Lamelas. Photo: Celeste Leeuwenburg

‘I think of myself as a producer of ideas’

Pioneering conceptual artist David Lamelas on space, identity, and taking advice from Anthony Caro

28 Aug 2017

Muse Reviews: 12 October

Our round-up of recent reviews: Anthony Caro, Thomas Hart Benton, Rossetti’s Obsession and a generous Georgian

12 Oct 2014

Kim Lim: Space, Rhythm & Light

The Hepworth Wakefield celebrates the Singapore-born sculptor who developed a distinctive form of minimalism in post-war Britain

17 Dec 2023

Joe Tilson (1928–2023)

In 2018, the British artist looked back with Martin Gayford on Pop art, politics and leaving London for a life in the country

13 Nov 2023
Unbaled Truck (2021), Charles Ray.

Charles Ray and the art of keeping body and soul together

The sculptor may work with many different materials but the main ingredient in his art, he says, is time

28 Feb 2022
Activists from Extinction Rebellion chained to an exhibit at the Science Museum’s 'Our Future Planet' exhibition, sponsored by Shell, in May 2021.

The week in art news – Science Museum signed gagging clause in sponsorship agreement with Shell

Plus: Phillip King (1934–2021) and Xavier Rey appointed director of the Centre Pompidou in Paris

31 Jul 2021
Alan Bowness with Piet Mondrian’s Composition with Yellow, Blue and Red at the Tate, 1980

Alan Bowness (1928–2021) – an evangelist for modern art who transformed the Tate

Norman Rosenthal celebrates a great champion of contemporary art in Britain, who as director of the Tate founded the Turner Prize

10 Mar 2021
The Rothko Chapel, Houston (pre-restoration; opened in 1971).

Leap of faith – how Mark Rothko reimagined religious art for the modern age

For his chapel commission in Houston, the painter engaged with religion on his own terms – and forged a new, modern relevance for sacred art

29 Aug 2020
The Skissernas Museum in Lund, Sweden.

Cornering the maquette – the Swedish museum dedicated to works in progress

Founded in 1934 in Lund, southern Sweden, the Skissernas Museum of sketches, models and preparatory work offers a valuable insight into artistic projects – including those never made

2 Oct 2019
Ash Dome (1977–ongoing), David Nash.

‘Wood suits me, I’m a Saxon!’ – an interview with David Nash

The British sculptor has spent decades producing work from his sylvan surroundings. He discusses how it all began

3 Aug 2019
Billboard poster for the Social Democratic Party (SPD) in Berlin, spring 2019.

Boris Johnson and the Backstreet Boys – Berlin’s take on Brexit

From political billboards to karaoke-fuelled performance art, Brexit is a looming presence in the city

25 Apr 2019
Le serpent, Graham Sutherland

What not to miss at London Art Fair 2019

This year’s edition of the fair presents modern British works inspired by the Sussex countryside alongside global contemporary art

16 Jan 2019
Rasheed Araeen.

‘There is an element of optimism in my work’

Rasheed Araeen talks to Apollo about six-decades of making visually arresting and politically engaged art

27 Jan 2018
Green Light Corridor (1970), Bruce Nauman. Courtesy Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Art and Space

Discover how one encounter between a modern artist and a philosopher inspired generations of artists

Guggenheim Bilbao