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Andy Goldsworthy

Underground Gallery, Longside Gallery and Open Air
31 Mar 2007–6 Jan 2008

‘There is no more fitting home than the Yorkshire Sculpture Park for the biggest ever exhibition of his (Goldsworthy’s) work’


This extraordinary exhibition brought together an unprecedented range of work by Andy Goldsworthy, forming the largest and most ambitious project ever curated at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

Revealing the breadth and direction of Goldsworthy's most recent work, the exhibition featured new permanent outdoor commissions, new indoor stone, tree and clay installations, together with sheep paintings and blood drawings in the Longside Gallery. The works were given meaningful context by photographic archive material and key works from the artist's career. By charting significant and developing themes, the exhibition provided an opportunity to reassess the range of Goldsworthy's achievements and the scale and complexity of his work. 

‘This is altogether a remarkable exhibition, and could hardly mark the Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s 30th anniversary year to better, or more appropriate effect’

Financial Times