Artists Tony Cragg

Tony Cragg

18 March 2022

Tony Cragg at HEART Museum, Denmark

Tony Cragg at HEART Museum, Denmark
Courtesy of Tony Cragg and HEART Museum

Tony Cragg presents his first retrospective exhibition Made on Earth in Denmark at the Herning Museum of Contemporary Art (HEART) on until 22 August 2022. The exhibition spans Cragg's long career featuring black and white photographs and early sculptures from the 1970s and 80s to his more recent sculpture works in mediums such as wood, stone, bronze and marble.

Find more details here.

01 June 2021

Tony Cragg at Houghton House, Norfolk

Tony Cragg at Houghton House, Norfolk
Tony Cragg, Tommy, 2013, bronze, 3600 x 2900 x 2200mm. Photo: Michael Richter

Major works by Tony Cragg are currently on show at Houghton House, Norfolk, UK until 26 September 2021. Curated by the artist himself, a number of large scale works are installed on the ground and within the State rooms with several new works made for this exhibition.

Lord Cholmondeley, owner of Houghton, said: “Tony Cragg at Houghton will be the 6th contemporary art exhibition held at Houghton since 2015. I am particularly grateful to Tony for the chance to show his sculptures here in Norfolk, and for agreeing to curate the exhibition himself. I have always been a great admirer of his work, and it will be incredibly exciting to see how it will come together and interact with the historic landscape and interiors of Houghton."

View more details on their website here.

18 March 2020

Art Basel Online Viewing Rooms

Art Basel Online Viewing Rooms
Judy Millar, Untitled, 2019, oil and acrylic on canvas, 2100 x 1550mm

Gow Langsford Gallery is delighted to announce our participation in Art Basel’s first iteration of Online Viewing Rooms, a new digital platform designed to connect galleries and collectors from around the world.

Viewing Rooms launches on March 20 and remains live until March 25, with VIP preview days March 18 to March 20.

Our Online Viewing Room will feature works by contemporary New Zealand painter Judy Millar alongside a group exhibition by Oceanic artists including Colin McCahon, Dale Frank, John Pule and Lisa Roet; together with European sculptors Tony Cragg, Henry Moore and Ugo Rondinone.

To access Online Viewing Rooms, create an Art Basel user profile here, or find more information here.

11 July 2019

Tony Cragg in GLASSTRESS 2019

Tony Cragg in GLASSTRESS 2019
Cragg, The Bridge, 2019

Tony Cragg is included in the sixth edition of GLASSTRESS held at Fondazione Berengo Art Space, Campiello Della Pescheria, Murano. To celebrate 10 years of GLASSTRESS and 30 years of Berengo Studio, the exhibition goes back to its historical roots on the island of Murano. An old abandoned glass furnace is now an evocative exhibition space for striking new works and installations by returning artists as well as first-time participants. Find out more here.

11 October 2018

Tony Cragg in SCAPE Public Art Festival, Christchurch

Tony Cragg in SCAPE Public Art Festival, Christchurch
Tony Cragg, Mixed Feelings, 2012

Tony Cragg's solid bronze sculpture Mixed Feelings (2012) has now been installed in Christchurch for the 20th Anniversary of SCAPE Public Art. This 5.5m tall sculpture is located at the Christ's College Quadrangle in the central city where it will stay until January 2019.

Listen to Tony's interview here with Radio New Zealand host Kathryn Ryan as he talks about this sculpture and his remarkable career.

For further details on this work, or about the artists, please contact us.

17 September 2018

Tony Cragg at The Parkview Museum Singapore

Tony Cragg at The Parkview Museum Singapore
Cragg, 3535 Untitled, 2012, pencil on paper, 450 x 500mm. Image courtesy of the artist and The Parkview Museum

Tony Cragg is included in a large group exhibition at The Parkview Museum Singapore on until 19 January 2018. Intriguing Uncertainties: A Contemporary Art Exhibition is curated by Dr. Lorand Hegyi that focuses on 'singular socio-cultural constellations as well as specific and situational meanings, based on anthropological considerations [...] Through the visual narrative of obscurity, uncertainty and improbability, the artists of this exhibition bring the viewers on a journey through the multifaceted nature of human existential experiences and an extremely complex, destabilizing but also intriguing and fascinating poetic universe." Read more about the exhibition here.

The Parkview Museum
600 North Bridge Road
Parkview Square, Level 3
Singapore 188778
Monday to Saturday - 12 - 7pm


12 July 2018

Tony Cragg announced for SCAPE 20th Anniversary Season 2018

Tony Cragg announced for SCAPE 20th Anniversary Season 2018

Tony Cragg, Mixed Feelings, 2012, bronze, 5500 x 2360 x 2240mm. Photo by Charles Duprat.

SCAPE Public Art in Christchurch will be celebrating their 20th anniversary and the presentation of works for the 2018 Season is going to be bigger and better than ever. A 5.5m tall sculpture by Tony Cragg has been announced as the first work, marking the first time a work of this scale by Cragg will be presented publically in New Zealand. The bronze sculpture will be installed at the Christ's College Quadrangle in the city centre for the duration of the SCAPE season (6 October - 17 November) and will remain there over Summer until January 2019.

Gow Langsford Gallery along with the SCAPE Public Art Trust and the Philipp Family Foundation has facilitated getting this magnificent work to Christchurch. Director Gary Langsford comments: “It is wonderful to have the opportunity to work with SCAPE in its 20th year. They’ve been pioneering and ambitious in bringing world-class public art to Christchurch [...] Our organisations have enjoyed a long and mutually beneficial relationship, and the 20th anniversary of SCAPE provided the perfect opportunity to bring a monumental work by Tony Cragg to New Zealand".

The Season will officially open on Saturday 6 October. Further artists are set to be announced over the coming months. 

22 May 2018

Tony Cragg on Eye Contact

Tony Cragg on Eye Contact
Installation view

Tony Cragg's exhibition at our Lorne St Gallery has been reviewed by John Hurrell for Eye Contact.

"Three of the four cast bronzes have a particular fluidity where the texture of the headlike form seems like liquid pouring over rocky or arboreal outcrops that are dramatically tilted at unusual angles. They look geological and eroded, and the facial profiles are not obvious. They take time to discover."

Read more on the Eye Contact site. The exhibition runs until 5th July 2018.

03 October 2016

Tony Cragg at Lisson Gallery, London

Tony Cragg at Lisson Gallery, London
Installation at Lisson Gallery

Famed English sculptor Tony Cragg presents a new selection of works at Lisson Gallery, London. The exhibition runs from October 1st - November 5th 2016, and includes some fascinating new sculptures using Cragg's distinctive fluidity and mesmerising forms.

For more on the exhibition see hereand for more on Tony Cragg visit his artist page.

28 April 2016

Tony Cragg and Hye Rim Lee to exhibit in Glassfever

Tony Cragg and Hye Rim Lee to exhibit in Glassfever

Tony Cragg and Hye Rim Lee are to feature alongside an impressive collection of artists in the exhibition Glassfever: Contemporary Art in Glass, opening across four locations in the Netherlands on the 30th of April, running until the 25th of September, 2016.

"Glass is a versatile and complex material. It can reflect light and allow it to pass through simultaneously, it can be clear and opaque, fluid and solid. For many years, glass was only use in applied art. In glassware, jewellery and decorative objects. In autonomous modern art, glass was never considered to be a fully-fledged material like bronze, marble or steel. Not until the 1960s was glass used as a material in modern art without preconception or artistic reserve. Adriano Berengo was a pioneer in this development. For over twenty-five years, Studio Beregno has been modernizing the tradition of Murano glass art by working with renowned names and up-and-coming talent in international contemporary visual arts. The results of Berengo's passionate pioneering work are now on display as part of the GlassFever exhibition at four locations in Dordrecht."

See further information on the exhibition here.

30 July 2014

Tony Cragg in Madison Square Art Program

Tony Cragg in Madison Square Art Program
Three Tony Cragg sculptures at the ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas

Gallery artist Tony Cragg has been announced as the next exhibitor in the Madison Square Art program. The exhibition Walks of Life will feature a trio of new bronze works by Cragg, each in his trademark organic style sited on separate sections of lawn within the park. Walks of Life is open to the public from 18 September - 8 February, 2015. We currently have a limited number of Cragg sculptures available through the gallery, please contact us for image and work details.