14 May 2019

Whatever Happened To Anthony Caro? – Three Reviews – Edward Lucie-Smith

Whatever happened to Anthony Caro? In Jonathan Jones’ new book about the history of British art from Hogarth to Banksy, Caro gets about half a page. It describes how his abstract sculptures climbed down off the pedestals that three-dimensional works had previously been displayed on and placed firmly on the floor. If you want to […]

22 November 2015

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John Hoyland, Anthony Caro and Kenneth Noland Open At Pace London

Pace London presents an exhibition of works by John Hoyland, Anthony Caro and Kenneth Noland, celebrating the friendship and connections between the three artists. The exhibition is on view in the ground floor gallery of 6 Burlington Gardens from 20 November to 16 January 2016. This exhibition is the first presentation by Pace London of […]

22 July 2015

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Anthony Caro Celebrated With Double-Venue Retrospective In Yorkshire

A new exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and Hepworth Wakefield celebrates the late Anthony Caro. Caro in Yorkshire is a major Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle project that celebrates and commemorates the extraordinary career of SIr Anthony Caro (1924–2013). Distinct yet complementary exhibitions at The Hepworth Wakefield and Yorkshire Sculpture Park consider respectively Caro’s concerns with […]

23 February 2015

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Sheila Girling Gifted Painter And Wife Of Anthony Caro Dies Aged 90

The painter Sheila Girling has died aged 90, on 14 February, her family has confirmed. The artist was known for her richly coloured compositions treading the line between figuration and abstraction, and has often been acknowledged for her influence on the work of her husband, the sculptor Anthony Caro, in what the couple themselves had […]

12 September 2014

Anthony Caro – The Last Sculptures

Annely Juda Fine Art presents ‘Anthony Caro – The Last Sculptures’, the final series of works created by Sir Anthony Caro in the two years before his death in 2013, at the grand old age of 89, having practised his art consistently into his late 80s. The Artist was renowned as a ’60s radical’ in […]

5 August 2014

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Anthony Caro: The Final Works Exhibited At Annely Juda Gallery

The last works created by the sculptor Sir Anthony Caro in the two years before his death in 2013 will be the focus of a major exhibition at Annely Juda Fine Art in London. Regarded as one of the greatest British sculptors of his generation, Caro’s long career is characterised by his innovative use of […]

8 May 2012

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Tracey Emin & Anthony Caro Help Homeless Charity Raise £340,000

Unique works of art by some of the world’s most celebrated artists have been sold for £340,000 at Christie’s in London, to raise funds for Crisis, the national charity for single homeless people. Unique works of art by some of the world’s most celebrated artists have been sold for £340,000 at Christie’s in London, to raise […]

30 March 2012

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Anthony Caro At Chatsworth House REVIEW

Isabel Seligman investigates the unlikely tension between foundry and fountains, girders among the gardeners Shining in 24-carat gold on Chatsworth’s famous facade, the family motto – ‘Cavendo tutus’ (‘safety through caution’) – can be picked out between the rusted steel ziggurats of Anthony Caro’s monumental ‘Goodwood Steps’. Although perhaps in some ways a safe choice […]

28 March 2012

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Crisis Puts Emin Gormley And Caro Up For Auction

Christies Offers A-List Work For Charity In Once In A Lfetime Sale Major works by Sir Anthony Caro, Nathan Coley, Tracey Emin, Antony Gormley, Sean Henry, Nika Neelova, Yinka Shonibare, Bob & Roberta Smith, Gillian Wearing and Jonathan Yeo are to be sold at Christie’s, King street after participating in landmark art exhibition at Somerset […]

28 March 2012

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Anthony Caro Opens First Single Artist Show At Chatsworth House

STATELY HOME FEATURES NATIONAL CELEBRATION OF BRITAIN’S GREATEST LIVING SCULPTOR Anthony Caro at Chatsworth House, the first exhibition devoted to the work of a solo artist at the seat of the Duke of Devonshire, opens 28 March 2012. The exhibition presents 15 monumental works by Britain’s greatest living sculptor Sir Anthony Caro.  The show will […]

14 March 2012

Leading UK Artists Exhibition Supports Crisis Charity

We applaud the efforts of top UK artists, coming together for the CRISIS Commission in the fight against homelessness In an effort to make a difference for Crisis, the national charity for single homeless people, some of the world’s most celebrated artists – including Antony Gormley, Tracey Emin, Sir Anthony Caro, Yinka Shonibare, and Gillian […]

14 March 2012

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Tracey Emin Steps Out For Crisis Commission

The exhibition runs at Somerset House, London from 14 March – 22 April 2012. The auction is planned at Christie’s on 3 May 2012. Tracey Emin and Gillian Wearing were among the high profile artists to turn up to the gala viewing and silent auction held at Somerset House last night.It was a well organised […]

12 March 2012

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World’s Most Celebrated Artists To Tackle Homelessness

Tracey Emin, Antony Gormley, Anthony Caro and others come together for major new exhibition to raise funds in the fight against homelessness The Crisis Commission will see some of the world’s most celebrated artists come together to raise funds to battle homelessness – Antony Gormley, Tracey Emin, Sir Anthony Caro, Yinka Shonibare, Gillian Wearing, Jonathan […]

16 January 2012

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Anthony Caro Chatsworth Retrospective Plans Revealed

Accompanying programme announced for Anthony Caro’s major exhibition of sculpture at Chatsworth House Plans were announced today for a series of three associated exhibitions of work by Anthony Caro – considered by many to be Britain’s greatest living sculptor – to coincide with Caro at Chatsworth, a major exhibition of outdoor works by Anthony Caro, in […]

4 January 2012

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Anthony Caro Applauds Reactionary Helen Frankenthaler

Caro pays tribute to late Abstract Expressionist Helen Frankenthaler, who campaigned against controversial artists during the 1980s Anthony Caro one of the world’s most famous and critically acclaimed living sculptors, has paid tribute to US Abstract Expressionist Helen Frankenthaler, who died last week. He attributed her to ‘the first of the generation of colour-field painters […]

27 April 2011

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Anthony Caro’s Rooftop Occupation Of NYC’s Met

London Artist, Anthony Caro who was born in 1924 and is considered one of the most influential British sculptors of his generation, will be featured this summer at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The installation on The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden features a cross section of his work.The exhibition opened 26 April […]