In conversation with Antony Gormley (Oct 2016)

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National Portrait Gallery, St. Martin’s Place (just off Trafalgar Square), London 51.509256 -0.128096
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7 PM
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Turner Prize winner Antony Gormley is best known for his large-scale sculptures, including the iconic "Angel of the North" that overlooks the A1. He

He will be talking with curator Paul Moorhouse about his current display, 'OBJECT', as well as sharing his views on portraiture, and how he sees his work in the context of the Gallery's own collection.

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