Anthony Caro (1924–2013), widely regarded as one of the 20th century’s most influential sculptors, is the subject of Pitzhanger’s spring exhibition, opening on what would have been his 99th birthday. Caro heralded a revolution in sculpture in the 1960s, redefining what sculpture was and what it could be. His abstract constructions in painted steel overturned conventional ideas about materials, methods, surface, scale and space. Architecture was an important source of his inspiration, which he described as “perhaps the purest abstract visual form.”
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 the horizontal plane and painting, given context through an academic programme at the prestigious Henry Moore Institute, Leeds.
Please join us at our Chelsea location on Saturday, November 8 from 4 to 6 pm for the launch of the new monograph Anthony Caro, published by Phaidon.
Anthony Caro Monograph Launch
Saturday, November 8, 4 – 6 p.m.
Mitchell-Innes & Nash
534 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
The splendid rooms of the Museo Correr will be the setting for the first major Italian retrospective dedicated to one of the greatest of living sculptors: Sir Anthony Caro (New Malden, Surrey, 1924).
With a career spanning more than sixty years, Sir Anthony Caro (b. 1924) is Britain’s most acclaimed living sculptor.
The Chatsworth House Trust and the New Art Centre, Roche Court Sculpture Park, are proud to present 'Caro at Chatsworth'. This will be the first exhibition dedicated to the work of a single artist to be held in the garden at Chatsworth and will comprise 15 sculptures by Sir Anthony Caro sited around the famous Emperor Fountain, in front of the south façade at Chatsworth. 'Caro at Chatsworth' provides a once in a lifetime chance to see the larger work of Britain's greatest living sculptor in one of Britain's most famous historic settings.
Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce an installation of sculptures by Sir Anthony Caro on The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden opening April 26. This selection of works spans the artist’s career to date and will highlight his principle contributions to sculpture: engagement with form in space, dialogue between sculpture and architecture, and the creation of abstract analogies for the human figure and landscape. The exhibition will be on view in the Museum’s dramatic, nearly 8,000-square-foot open-air space offering unparalleled views of Central Park and the New York City skyline. Anthony Caro on the Roof will be the 14th consecutive single-artist installation on the Cantor Roof Garden.
Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce the public commission by Sir Anthony Caro at the Eglise Saint-Jean de Baptiste of Bourbourg and a major retrospective of the Artist's work in France presented simultaneously at the museums of Calais, Dunkirk and Gravelines. Eglise Saint-Jean Baptiste de Bourbourg Chapel of Light/ Chœur de lumière
Annely Juda Fine Art will be presenting the first exhibition of a series of new galvanized sculptures by Sir Anthony Caro. The exhibition will take place over two floors at Annely Juda Fine Art including the recently expanded third floor gallery space. It has been organized in collaboration with Mitchell-Innes & Nash's exhibition in the Chelsea gallery, from October 19 to November 21, 2007.