Unnatural Selection

Tony Cragg’s Unnatural Selection at Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt

The fluid, organic forms of sculptor Tony Cragg fill the church-like interiors of Hessisches Landesmuseum in Darmstadt, Germany, for a large-scale monographic exhibition on the artist’s most recent work. The Liverpool-born sculptor was born in 1949, and moved to Germany in 1979 where he still lives and works, and was the recipient of the Turner prize in 1988. Known around the world for his sculptures, Cragg actually began his career with site-specific installations and found materials; since the late 1990’s however, he turned to more polished and refined work, attributes that can still describe his towering and full of movement creations.

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