Palma de Mallorca, Spain

ARTIST Mr. Anthony Caro
United Kingdom
Born 1924, New Malden

Anthony Caro

New Malden, Surrey, England, 1924.

Attends Charterhouse School, Godalming, Surrey
During vacations works in studio of sculptor Charles Wheeler

Attends Christ's College, Cambridge; M.A. in Engineering
Attends Farnham School of Art during vacations

Fleet Air Arm of Royal Navy

Regent Street Polytechnic, London; studies sculpture with Geoffrey Deeley

Royal Academy Schools, London, where he receives a strict academic training
Studies and copies Greek, Etruscan, Romanesque and Gothic sculpture

Awarded two silver medals and one bronze medal from Royal Academy
Schools for clay figure models, carving and composition
Travels to France in summer, spending a month drawing, photographing and studying Chartres Cathedral

Marries the painter Sheila Girling
(two sons Timothy, 1951, and Paul, 1958)

Works as part-time assistant to Henry Moore

Teaches two days weekly at St Martin's School of Art, London
Joins Frank Martin, Head of Sculpture Department, in organising the department and developing the curriculum. Integrates sculpture and drawings into a single class with a view to understanding rather than copying the subject

Moves to Hampstead
Models figurative sculpture in clay and plaster that were mainly cast in bronze, including Man Holding His Foot
During summer vacations at Porlock, Somerset, makes moulds of rocks and cliff outcroppings that he incorporates along with pebbles into figurative sculptures

Included in group exhibition of sculpture at ‘New Painters and Painter-Sculptors’, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

First one-man exhibition at Galleria del Naviglio, Milan
Twenty sculptures are shown, including Woman Waking Up (1955)

First one-man exhibition in London: Gimpel Fils Gallery

Man Taking off His Shirt (1955-56) exhibited at the Venice Biennale

Wins sculpture prize at Paris Biennale, sculptures exhibited include Woman With Flowers (1958) and Woman On Her Back (1951)
Tate Gallery purchases Woman Waking Up (1955)
Meets Clement Greenberg in London
Visits USA for the first time on Ford Foundation English Speaking Union Grant; meets Kenneth Noland and David Smith, also Robert Motherwell, Helen Frankenthaler and others

Returns to London
Makes first abstract sculptures in steel including Twenty Four Hours (1960)
Radical change in his ideas forces him to rethink his teaching methods. A welding shop is set up at St Martin’s. Experimental atmosphere in school and working relationship with students provide a forum for stimulating exchangesVisits Carnac, Brittany, studies the menhirs and dolmens

First exhibits a steel sculpture The Horse (1961) in ‘New London Situtation’, Marlborough New London Gallery, London
Makes first polychrome sculpture Sculpture Seven (1961)

One-man exhibition of fifteen abstract steel sculptures at Whitechapel
GalleryLondon, organised by director, Bryan Robertson.
Sculptures exhibited include Twenty Four Hours (1960), Midday (1960), Sculpture
Seven (1961), Sculpture Three (1962), Early One Morning (1962), Month of May
(1963), and Pompadour (1963)

Teaches at Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont
Renews contact with Noland, Olitski, and Smith. Large garage belonging to Bennington Fire Department is made available for Caro’s use as a temporary studio

First one-man exhibition in New York at André Emmerich Gallery
Five sculptures shown include Prospect (1964)
Exhibits Month of May (1963) and Hopscotch (1962) at Documenta III, Kassel, Germany
Charlie Hendy becomes Caro’s studio assistant

Exhibits Early One Morning (1962) in ‘British Sculpture in the Sixties’, Tate
The Contemporary Art Society presents Early One Morning (1962) to the collection
of the Tate Gallery
Exhibition at Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Washington DC, includes Twenty Four Hours (1960), Sculpture Seven (1961) and Prospect (1964)
After 1965 Caro visits USA approximately three times a year, usually returning to work for about a month

Exhibits in ‘Five Young British Artists’, British Pavilion, Venice Biennale (with painters
Richard Smith, Harold Cohen, Bernard Cohen and RobynDenny)
Exhibits in ‘Primary Structures: Younger American and British Sculptors’ at the Jewish Museum, New York, organised by Kynaston McShine
Begins first table sculptures following a conversation with Michael Fried
Incorporates grills and mesh screens into sculptures including The Window (1966-67) and Red Splash (1966.

Retrospective exhibition at Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo
Acquires stock of raw materials from estate of David Smith
Exhibits Prairie (1967) and Deep Body Blue (1967) at Kasmin Ltd, London

Incorporates steel table surfaces into large-scale sculptures including Trefoil (1968).
Exhibits Titan (1964) in ‘Noland, Louis and Caro’, Metropolitan Museum of Art,
New York
Awarded Honorary Doctor of Letters Degree, University of East Anglia
Guest artist at the Thirtieth Annual Exhibition, Contemporary Art Society of New South Wales, Australia.

Retrospective exhibition at Hayward Gallery, London. Exhibition consists of fifty
works made between 1954 and 1968
Appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire
Exhibits, with John Hoyland, in British Section of Tenth São Paulo Biennale
Moves studio to former piano factory in Camden Town, London
Purchases parts of agricultural machinery, including plough shares and propeller blades which were used in sculptures incorporating different levels, including Orangerie (1969) and Sun Feast (1969-70)
Patrick Cunningham becomes Caro’s studio assistant

Begins making unpainted steel sculptures, including The Bull (1970), assisted by
James Wolfe and later Willard Beopple at Shaftsbury, Vermont, in the studio of
Kenneth Noland
Exhibits Pink Stack (1969) in the exhibition ‘Contemporary British Art’ at the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

Invited to judge Perth prize at Drawing International at Western Australia Art
Gallery, Perth, and travels to Mexico, New Zealand, India en route to Australia,
lecturing at art schools and universities

Makes a series of seven rusted steel sculptures, the Straight Series, by permutating
and developing the structure of one sculpture, Straight On (1972)
Makes fourteen sculptures using ‘soft edge’ Roll End steel at Ripamonte factory, Veduggio, Brianza with James Wolfe as assistant

Obtains soft edge rolled steel from Consett, County Durham, England
One-man exhibition at Norfolk and Norwich Triennial Festival,East Anglia
Museum of Modern Art, New York, acquires Midday (1960)
Works at York Steel Co., Toronto, and makes large sculptures using heavy steel handling equipment, such as a gantry and mobile cranes. Completes thirty seven sculptures which are later known as the Flats.

Series including Lake Ontario Flats (1974), Pin Up Flat (1974), Scorched Flats (1974)
and Surprise Flats (1974) assisted by sculptors James Wolfe, Willard Beopple and
André Fauteux

Retrospective exhibition at Museum of Modern Art, New York, (which later travels
to Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Museum of Fine Art, Boston)
Works in ceramic clay at workshop at Syracuse University, New York, organised by Margie Hughto
Begins making sculptures in cast and welded bronze

Presented with key of New York City by Mayor Abraham Beame

Exhibition of table sculptures travels to Tel Aviv Museum, Israel, and later tours to
Australia, New Zealand and Germany
Artist in residence at Emma Lake summer workshop, University of Saskatchewan. Sculptures made there are later known as the ‘Emma Series’, and include Emma Dipper (1977) and Emma Push Frame (1977/78)

Makes first ‘writing pieces’: calligraphic sculptures in steel
Executes commission for East Wing of the National Gallery in
Washington DC

Receives Honorary Doctorates from the University of East Anglia and York
University, Toronto
Made Honorary Member of American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York

Makes a series of bronze screens and first sculptures in lead and wood

Makes wall pieces in handmade paper with Ken Tyler in New York
Receives Honorary Doctorate from Brandeis University, Massachusetts
Exhibits at Städtishe Galerie im Städel, Frankfurt
Made Honorary Fellow, Christ’s College, Cambridge
Joins Council of Royal College of Art

Appointed Trustee of Tate Gallery, London
With Robert Loder founded the Triangle Workshop for sculptors and painters at Pine Plains, New York and participates annually thereafter until 1991Joins Council of Slade School of Art

One-man exhibition at Serpentine Gallery, London, which travels to Whitworth Art
Gallery, University of Manchester; Leeds City Art Gallery/Ordrupgaard Samlingen,
Copenhagen; Kunstmuseum, Düsseldorf; Joan Miró Foundation, Barcelona
Completes first sculpture with an architectural dimension: Child’s Tower Room (1983/84) the Arts Council Commission for ‘Four Rooms’ exhibition at Liberty’s, London

Visits Greece for the first time
Exhibits at Nörrkopings Kunstmuseum, Sweden
Guest lecturer at Sculptors’ Workshop, Maastricht
Receives Doctor of Letters, Cambridge University
Jon Isherwood becomes Caro’s US studio assistant at Ancram, New York

Completes work on Scamander (1986) and Rape of the Sabines (1985/86), first of
sculptures inspired by Greek pediments
Made Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Art

Awarded Knighthood, Queen’s Birthday Honours
Completes After Olympia (1986/87), his largest sculpture to date
Attends workshops in Berlin and Barcelona
Receives Honorary Degree, Surrey University

Concludes investigation of pediment-inspired works with Xanadu
Awarded Honorary Foreign Membership of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
After Olympia (1986/87) is installed on roof garden of Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, for duration of summer
Starts the Catalan Series of thirty three table sculptures made from steel elements brought back to Caro’s studio from the Barcelona workshop

Retrospective exhibition at the Walker Hill Art Center, Seoul
Sculpture workshop, Edmonton
Visits Korea and India
Receives Honorary Degree, Yale University
Begins working on the Cascades Series of fourteen table sculptures which are amongst the largest Caro has made
Exhibits the Barcelona and Catalan Series of sculptures at the Sala de Exposiciones del Banco Bilbao Vizcaya, Barcelona

Completes work on Night Movements (1987/90) a single work in four
separate units
Retrospective exhibition at the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Calais
Awarded Honorary Degree, University of Alberta, Edmonton
Visits Japan and starts series of paper sculptures at Nagatani’s workshop, Obama

Two important sculptures involving the dialogue with architecture completed: Sea
Music (1991) for the quayside, Poole, Dorset and Tower of Discovery (1991)
Exhibition of recent work at the Tate Gallery, London (Duveen Gallery) includes Tower of Discovery, (1991) After Olympia (1986/87), Xanadu (1986/88) and Night Movements (1987-90)
Awarded first Nobutake Shikanai Prize, Hakone Open-Air Museum, Japan
Exhibits the ‘Cascades Table Pieces’ showing different selections both at Annely Juda Fine Art, London, and André Emmerich Gallery, New York

Awarded Honorary Membership, Accademia delle belle Arti di Brera, Milan
Tower of Discovery shown at the World Expo Fair, Seville
Obama paper works shown at Fuji Television Gallery, Tokyo
Receives Praemium Imperiale Prize for Sculpture, Tokyo
Retrospective exhibition at the Trajan Market, Rome, organised by
Giovanni Carandente and the British Council

Awarded Honorary Degree, Doctor of Letters, Winchester School of Art
Visits France and makes a series of ceramic sculptural elements at the workshop of Hans Spinner near Grasse, which are later combined with wood and steel to form the The Trojan War (1993/94) Series

The British Council tours a selection of the Cascades Series to museums in Hungary,
Romania, Turkey, Cyprus and Greece

Several exhibitions organised to celebrate the artist’s 70th birthday, including: The
Trojan War (1993/94) shown at the Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood, London and
Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield; ‘Sculpture Through Five Decades’ shown at
Annely Juda Fine Art, London, Galerie Hans Mayer, Düsseldorf, and in a modified
version at Kukje Gallery, Seoul
Separate exhibitions also held at André Emmerich Gallery, New York, Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, and Constantine Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore
Exhibition of table sculptures organised by Kettle’s Yard Gallery, Cambridge University, tours to Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester, and Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield
The Henry Moore Sculpture Trust commissions a temporary sculpture installation for the Henry Moore Studio at Dean Clough, Halifax: Halifax Steps - Ziggurats and Spirals (1994)

Largest retrospective exhibition held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo,
curated by Yasuyoshi Saito with special architectural settings by Tadao Ando

Receives Diploma Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Charles de Gaulle, Lille and
Honorary Degree, Durham University.
Goodwood Steps (1996) displayed at the Hat Hill Sculpture Foundation, Goodwood

The Trojan War (1993/94) sculptures are shown in Greece at Thessaloniki and at the
National Gallery, Athens.
With the architect Sir Norman Foster and the engineer Chris Wise, wins the competition for a new footbridge spanning the Thames from St Paul’s to the new Tate Gallery of Modern Art at Bankside, London. Schedule for completion in 2000, the bridge is known as the ‘Millennium Bridge’.

Receives Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award, International
Sculpture Centre, Washington DC and Honorary Fine Arts Degree, Florida
International University.
‘Caro-Sculpture from Painting’ shown at the National Gallery, London, the first occasion a contemporary sculptor has been invited to exhibit there. Makes settings for Samson Agonistes performed at The Viaduct at Dean Clough, Halifax, directed by Barrie Rutter, Costumes by Sheila Girling.

The Last Judgement (1995/99) shown at 48th Venice Biennale; a 25-part sculpture in terracotta, wood and steel, made in response to the atrocities of the 20th century
New Marlborough Gallery in Boca Raton, Florida, shows Arena Pieces
Begins work on Duccio Variations series after accepting an invitation from the National Gallery to make work in response to its collection, having chosen Duccio's The Annunciation (1311)
Returns to Ken Tyler's paper workshop in New York and makes the Paper Book series

‘The Last Judgement’ in the Antichi Granai, Venice 1999

Receives the Order of Merit, restricted to 24 living members, as the first sculptor to be awarded this special distinction since Henry Moore in 1963
Exhibition at Venice Design Gallery of works from the Concerto series (1999-2000) inspired by music and incorporating parts of musical instruments as well as a new material, cast brass
Three works from the series of seven Duccio Variations (1999-2000) made in different materials from steel and wood to iron and Perspex included in the Encounters exhibition at the National Gallery, London
The Last Judgement inaugurates the new wing of Museo des Bellas Artes, Bilbao
Portland Museum, Oregon, which already had two Caro works in its collection, obtained another eight with the acquisition of the Clement Greenberg collection

The Last Judgement is exhibited at the Johanniter Kirche, Schwäbisch Hall, Germany to coincide with the opening of the new Kunsthalle Würth
An educational exhibition A Sculptor’s Development - Anthony Caro, is shown in Lewes, Sussex, touring to Street, Somerset and Château-Musée de Dieppe, France
Duccio Variations, Gold Blocks and Concerto pieces exhibited at Marlborough Gallery, New York
Exhibitions at Marlborough Gallery, Santiago and Galerie Hans Mayer, Düsseldorf
Caro at Longside: Sculpture and Sculptitecture, exhibition of large architectural inspired works opens new gallery space at Longside, Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Included in Blast to Freeze: British Art of the 20th Century at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg and travelling to Les Abattoirs, Toulouse
Exhibitions at Galeria Metta, Madrid, Galleria Lawrence Rubin, Milan, Galeria Altair, Palma de Mallorca and Galerie Besson, London
Anthony Caro: Drawing in Space - Sculptures from 1964 to 1988 and The Last Judgement shown at Gaudi's La Pedrera in Barcelona, organised by Fundacio Caixa Catalunya
The Barbarians (1999-2002), a group of mythical horsemen assembled from stoneware, wood and steel, is first shown at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York

The Barbarians shown with works from the Paper Books series and Europa and the Bull (2000-2002), another figurative stoneware and steel construction
Exhibitions at Hubert Gallery, New York (figure studies) and Galerie Joan Prats, Barcelona (works on paper)
A selection of Emma sculptures and related later work is shown at Frederik Meijer Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, Michigan, touring to Meadows Museum, Dallas

80th birthday marked with display of Sculpture Two (1962) outside Tate Britain and exhibitions all over the world, including Artemis Greenberg van Doren (Nov/Dec 2003) and Garth Clark Gallery in New York, C Grimaldis Gallery in Baltimore, Galerie Josine Bokhoven in Aamsterdam and (early 2005) Mitchell-Innes & Nash in New York and Galerie Daniel Templon in Paris, as well as several new books, television programmes and extensive newspaper coverage
Caro in Focus inaugurates the new Sudhaus galleries at Kunsthalle Würth, Schwäbisch Hall
The Way It Is presents 16 new works, including Caro's first monumental sculpture in stoneware, at Kenwood House, London
The Barbarians travel to the Museum of Art, Seoul
At the studio, works on galvanised, abstract sculptures which incorporate real objects

Major retrospective at Tate Britain, London, covering all principal phases of Caro's career from the 1950s to the present, including a huge new architectural commission for the South Duveen gallery, Millbank Steps (2004). Tours in reduced form to IVAM, Valencia
Exhibition at Galeria Metta, Madrid, focus display of works from the Greenberg Collection at Portland Art Museum, Oregon, joint mini-retrospective at Marc Selwyn Fine Art and Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles and a Manet-Caro Correspondences show at Musée d'Orsay, Paris
The Kenwood series tours in the US under the title A Life in Sculpture to Scripps College, California, Bentley Projects, Texas and (spring 2006) Garth Clark Gallery, New York

Creates a jewellery series for Joyerias Grassy, Madrid
The Barbarians travel at IVAM, Valencia, to mark the awarding of the International Julio Gonzàles Award of the Generalitat Valenciana
The Weekday Series shown at Galeria Altair, Palma

Joint exhibition with Sheila Girling at the New Arts Centre, Wiltshire includes 12 sculptures from the Flats series made at York Steel Company, Toronto in 1974
Exhibition at Galleri Weinberger in Copenhagen and showing of sculptured portraits at the National Portrait Gallery, London
New galvanised work shown at Annely Juda Fine Art, London and Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York

One-Man Exhibitions

Galleria del Naviglio, Milan

Gimpel Fils Gallery, London

Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

André Emmerich Gallery, New York

Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Washington DC
Kasmin Limited, London

David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
Galerie Bischofsberger, Zurich
André Emmerich Gallery, New York

Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo
Kasmin Limited, London

André Emmerich Gallery, New York

Hayward Gallery, London
British Section, X Biennale de São Paulo

André Emmerich Gallery, New York

David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
Kasmin Limited, London

André Emmerich Gallery, New York
Kasmin Limited, London

André Emmerich Gallery, New York
Norfolk and Norwich Triennial Festival, East Anglia

André Emmerich Gallery, New York
Galerie André Emmerich, Zurich
The Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood, London
Kenwood House, London
David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
Galleria dell'Ariete, Milan

Museum of Modern Art, New York
Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Watson de Nagy Gallery, Houston
Galerie Wentzel, Hamburg
Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago
Lefevre Gallery, London

Galerie Piltzer-Rheims, Paris
Waddington and Tooth Galleries, London
André Emmerich Gallery, New York
Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, and the British Council tour to
New Zealand, Australia and Germany

André Emmerich Gallery, New York
Harcus Krakow Gallery, Boston
Knoedler Gallery, London
Galerie André Emmerich, Zurich
Ace Gallery, Venice, California
Antwerp Gallery, Antwerp
Galerie Wentzel, Hamburg
Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago

Kunsthalle Mannheim
Kunstverein Frankfurt
Kunstverein Braunschweig
Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich
Kasahara Gallery, Osaka
Ace Gallery, Vancouver
‘Writing Pieces’, André Emmerich Gallery, New York

‘The York Sculptures’, Christian Science Center, Boston (presented by the Boston
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
Acquavella Contemporary Art, New York

Waddington Galleries, London
Harcus Krakow Gallery, Boston
Storm King Art Centre, Mountainville, New York
The Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood, London
Städtische Galerie im Städel, Frankfurt
Downstairs Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta

André Emmerich Gallery, New York
Galerie Wentzel, Cologne
Gallery One, Toronto
Moderne Gallerie im Saarland-Museum, Saar
Knoedler Gallery, London

Waddington Galleries, London
Knoedler Galleries, London
Galerie de France, Paris
‘Anthony Caro Recent Bronzes 1976-81’, Municipal Museum, Schiedam

‘Anthony Caro 1969-84’, Serpentine Gallery, London
Knoedler Gallery, London
Galerie Wentzel, Cologne
Martin Gerard Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta
André Emmerich Gallery, New York
Acquavella Gallery, New York
Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
Leeds City Art Gallery, Leeds
Ordrupgaard Samlingen, Copenhagen

Kunstmuseum, Düsseldorf
Joan Miro Foundation, Barcelona
Galerie Wentzel, Cologne
Galerie André Emmerich, Zurich
Constantine Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore
Gallery One, Toronto
Galerie Blanche, Stockholm
Galerie Lang, Malmö
Galerie Artek, Helsinki
Harcus Gallery, Boston
Galleria Stendhal, Milan
Nörrkopings Kunstmuseum, Sweden

Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago
André Emmerich Gallery, New York
Acquavella Gallery, New York
Galeria Joan Prats, Barcelona
Commune di Bogliasco, Genova
Knoedler Gallery, London
Waddington Galleries, London
Iglesia de San Esteban, Murcia

La Lonja, Valencia

Soledad Lorenzo Gallery, Madrid
Constantine Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore
Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Sunderland

1987-88 ‘
Bronzes and Drawings’, Gallery One, Toronto

‘Anthony Caro Paper Sculptures’, Sylvia Cordish Fine Arts, Baltimore
Galerie Wentzel, Cologne
Elisabeth Franck Gallery, Belgium
Galerie Renée Ziegler, Zurich
André Emmerich Gallery, New York

André Emmerich Gallery, New York
Constantine Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore
Sala de Exposiciones del Banco Bilbao Vizcaya, Barcelona
Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago
Kathleen Laverty Gallery, Edmonton
Walker Hill Art Center, Seoul
Nabis Gallery, Seoul
Rutgers Barclay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Galeria Sebastia Jané, Gerona
Knoedler Gallery, London
Annely Juda Fine Art, London
Fluxus Gallery, Porto
Galeria Acquavella, Caracas

Galeria Charpa, Gandia, Valencia
Galerie Lelong, Paris
Gallery One, Toronto
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Calais
Paribas Bank, Huis Österrieth, Antwerp
Kasahara Gallery, Osaka
Fuji Television Gallery, Tokyo
Pousse Gallery, Tokyo
Asuka Gallery, Tokyo

Tate Gallery, London
Annely Juda Fine Art, London
André Emmerich Gallery, New York
Knoedler Gallery, London
Galerie Hans Mayer, Düsseldorf
Galerie Wentzel, Cologne
Nabis Gallery, Seoul

Ancient Trajan Markets, Rome
Veranneman Foundation, Kruishoutem
Galleria Oddi Baglioni, Rome
Studio Marconi, Milan
Fuji Television Gallery, Tokyo

‘Anthony Caro: Cascades’. Touring exhibition organised by The British Council.
Exhibiting centres: Mucsarnok, Palme-Haz, Budapest, Hungary; Museum of Art, Cluj,
Napoca; Museum of Art, Constant, National Galleries, Bucharest, Roumania;
Akbank, Aksanat Art Gallery, Istanbul, State Five Arts Gallery, Ankara, State
Painting and Sculpture Museum, Izmir, Turkey; Nicosia Municipal Art Centre, Cyprus

Annely Juda Fine Art, London
Galerie Hans Mayer, Düsseldorf
André Emmerich Gallery, New York
Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago
The Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood, London
Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, then touring to: Whitworth Art Gallery,
Manchester and Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield
Constantine Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore
Kukje Gallery, Seoul
Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield
Henry Moore Studio, Dean Clough, Halifax

Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (Retrospective)
Galerie Josine Bokhoven, Amsterdam
‘Anthony Caro Cascade Sculptures’ De Beyerd, Breda
Gallery Kasahara, Osaka
Metropole Arts Centre, Folkestone
Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield

Chesil Gallery, Portland, Dorset (with Sheila Girling)
Galerie Lelong, Paris
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Angers, France
University of Surrey Gallery, Guildford (with Sheila Girling)

Dorset County Museum, Dorchester (with Sheila Girling)
Pier Art Centre, Orkney (with Sheila Girling)
French Institute, Thessaloniki
National Gallery, Athens
Middleheim Sculpture Park, Antwerp

'Sculpture from Painting' National Gallery, London
Annely Juda Fine Art, London
Marlborough Gallery, New York
Galerie Josine Bokhoven, Amsterdam
Kukje Gallery, Seoul
Garth Clark Gallery, New York

Perimeter Gallery, Chicago
48th Venice Biennale, Venice

Venice Design Gallery, Venice
‘Paint + Steel’, Ameringer Howard Fine Art, New York City
‘Anthony Caro - Nye Skulpturer’, Galleri Weinberger, Copenhagen

‘Anthony Caro - Duccio Variations, Gold Blocks and Concerto Pieces’,
Marlborough Gallery, New York
‘The Last Judgement Sculpture von Anthony Caro 1995-99’, Sammlung Würth, Johanniterhalle, Schwäbisch Hall
‘A Sculptor’s Development - Anthony Caro’, Lewes Town Hall, Lewes
‘Caro at Longside. Sculpture and Sculpitecture’, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Longside
Gallery, Wakefield

Galeria Metta Galeria, Madrid
Galeria Lawrence Rubin, Milan
Anthony Caro, ‘L’évolution d’un sculpteur’, Château-Musée de Dieppe, France
Galeria Altair, Palma de Mallorca
‘Anthony Caro. Clay Sculptures’, Galerie Besson, London

‘Anthony Caro, escultures i obra sobre paper’, Galeria joan Prats – Artgrafic,
‘The Barbarians, Europa and the Bull and Paper Book Sculptures’, Annely Juda Fine
Art, London

‘Anthony Caro – The Barbarians’, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul
‘Anthony Caro 80 jaar – recente sculptuur’, Galerie Josine Bokhoven, Amsterdam
‘Anthony Caro – New Sculpture: The Way It Is’, Kenwood House, London
‘Anthony Caro – A Survey’, C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore

'Anthony Caro – Painted Sculpture', Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York
'Anthony Caro', Tate Britain, London
'Anthony Caro', Institut Valencia d'Art Modern, Valencia
‘Anthony Caro’, Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris
'Anthony Caro – Sculpture 1966-1983', Marc Selwyn Fine Art, LA, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, LA, USA
'Anthony Caro', Galeria Metta, Madrid
'Anthony Caro – Edouard Manet', Musée d'Orsay, Paris

'Anthony Caro – The Barbarians', IVAM, Valencia
'Anthony Caro', Galeria Altair, Palma de Mallorca

Anthony Caro: CMA @ MOCA Exhibition, Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Anthony Caro: Galvanised Sculptures, Mitchell-Innes & Nash , New York, NY, USA
Anthony Caro: Galvanised Sculptures, Annely Juda Fine Art, London, UK
Interventions: Caro Portraits, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK
Anthony Caro, Venice Design, Venice, Italy
Anthony Caro & Sheila Girling, New Art Centre Sculpture Park & Gallery, Salisbury, UK
Anthony Caro, Galleri Weinberger, Copenhagen, Denmark

Selected Group Exhibitions

‘New Sculptors and Painter-Sculptors’, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
‘Contemporary Painting and Sculpture’, City Art Gallery, Leeds

Summer group exhibition, Gimpel Fils Gallery, London

‘Some Younger British Sculptors’, Manchester University, Art Department
‘Contemporary British Sculpture’, open-air touring exhibition arranged by the Arts Council of Great Britain
Summer group exhibition, Gimpel Fils Gallery, London
Summer group exhibition, Redfern Gallery, London
‘New Trends in British Art’, Rome-New York Art Foundation, Rome

‘Contemporary British Paintings, Sculptures and Drawings’, British
Embassy, Brussels
‘Sonsbeek ’58: International Exhibition of Sculpture in the Open Air’, Sonsbeek Park, Arnhem
‘Contemporary British Sculpture’, Arts Council of Great Britain
‘Three Young English Artists’, Central Pavilion, XXIX Venice Biennale
‘The Religious Theme’, Tate Gallery, London (organised by the
Contemporary Art Society, London)
Pittsburgh Bicentennial International Exhibition of Contemporary
Painting and Sculpture, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh

‘First Paris Biennale of Young Artists’, Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris
‘Fifth Biennale International Exhibition of Sculpture’, Middelheim Park, Antwerp
‘Biennale International Exhibition of Sculpture’, Carrara, Italy

‘Contemporary British Sculpture’, Arts Council of Great Britain
‘Sculpture in the Open Air’, Battersea Park, London

‘Ten Sculptors’, Marlborough New London Gallery, London
‘Contemporary British Sculpture’, Arts Council of Great Britain
‘New London Situation: An Exhibition of British Abstract Art’,
Marlborough New London Gallery, London
International Union of Architects Congress, London

‘Young English Sculptors’, Alteneo, Madrid
‘Sculpture Today’, Midland Group Gallery, Nottingham

‘Sculpture: Open-Air Exhibition of Contemporary British and American Works’,
Battersea Park, London
Group exhibition, Kasmin Limited, London

‘1954-1964: Painting and Sculpture of a Decade’, Tate Gallery, London
Documenta III, Kassel
‘Hampstead Artists 1943-64’, Kenwood House, London

‘Sculpture from the Arts Council Collection’, touring exhibition
arranged by the Arts Council of Great Britain
‘British Sculpture in the Sixties’, Tate Gallery, London
Group exhibition, Kasmin Limited, London
‘Sculpture from All Directions’, World House Galleries, New York
‘Seven Sculptors’, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
‘Kane Memorial Exhibition’, Providence Art Club, Providence, Rhode Island

‘Contemporary British Sculpture’, Arts Council of Great Britain
‘Primary Structures: Younger American and British Sculptors’, Jewish Museum, New York
Sculpture in the Open Air’, Battersea Park, London
‘Sonsbeek ‘66: International exhibition of Sculpture in the Open Air’, Sonsbeek Park, Arnhem
‘Five Young British Artists’, British Pavilion, XXXIII Venice Biennale

‘Sculpture 60-66’, touring exhibition of works from the collection of the Arts Council
of Great Britain
‘Color, Image, Form’, Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit
‘American Sculpture of the Sixties’, Los Angeles County Museum
‘The 118 Show: Paintings/Constructions/Sculptures/Graphics’, Kasmin Limited, London
‘The 180 Beacon Collection of Contemporary Art’, 180 Beacon Street, Boston
‘Englische Kunst’, Galerie Bischofberger, Zurich
‘Selected Works from the Collection of Mr and Mrs H Gates Lloyd’, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
‘Guggenheim International Exhibition, 1967: Sculpture from Twenty Nations’, Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, New York; shown also during 1968 at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; and the Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal
‘Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and
Sculpture’, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh

‘New British Painting and Sculpture’, University of California at Los Angeles
(organised by the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London); shown also at the University of
California Art Museum, Berkely; Portland Art Museum, Vancouver Art Gallery; Henry
Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
and Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston
‘25 Camden Artists’, Camden Arts Festival, London
‘Hemisfair ‘68’, San Antonio, Texas
‘Noland, Louis and Caro’, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
‘New British Sculpture’, open-air and gallery exhibition organised by the Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
‘Sculpture in a City’, touring exhibition arranged by the Arts Council of Great Britain
‘Sculpture 1960-67’, touring exhibition of works from the collection of the Arts Council of Great Britain
‘Ways of Contemporary Research’, Central Pavilion, XXXIV Venice
30th Annual Exhibition, Contemporary Art Society of New South Wales, Blaxland Gallery, Sydney

‘Between Object and Environment: Sculpture in an Extended Format’, Institute of
Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
‘Artists from the Kasmin Gallery’, Arts Council Gallery, Belfast
‘Seven Sculptors’, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford
‘Stella, Noland, Caro’, Dayton’s Gallery 12, Minneapolis

Group exhibition, City Art Gallery, Leeds
Group exhibition, Kasmin Limited, London
‘British Sculpture out of the Sixties’, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
‘Contemporary British Art’, The National Museum of Modern Art,
‘The Opening’, David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
‘British Painting and Sculpture 1960-70’, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC (organised by the Tate Gallery and The British Council)

Group exhibition, Kasmin Limited, London
‘The Deluxe Show’, Deluxe Theatre, Houston (sponsored by De Menil Foundation)
Group exhibition, David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto

Group exhibition, David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
‘Contemporary Sculpture: A Loan Exhibition’, Phillips Collection,
Washington DC
‘Six Contemporary English Sculptors’, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Group exhibition, Kasmin Limited, London
‘Masters of the Sixties’, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta; shown also at Winnipeg Art Gallery; David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
‘Sculptura nella Citta’, Public Squares, XXXVI Venice Biennale

‘Art in Space: Some Turning Points’, Detroit Institute of Art‘Henry Moore to Gilbert
and George: Modern British Art from the Tate Gallery’, Palais des Beaux-Arts,

‘The Great Decade of American Abstraction: Modernist Art 1960 to 1970’, Museum
of Fine Arts, Houston
‘Ten Years Ago . . . Painting and Sculpture from 1964’, David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto
‘Newport Monumenta’, Biennial exhibition of outdoor sculpture,
Newport, Rhode Island
‘Sculpture in Steel’, organised by Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta; shown at David Mirvish Gallery, Toronto

Galerie Ulysses, Vienna
‘New Works in Clay’, Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse
‘English Art Today 1960-1976’, The British Council, Commune di Milano, Palazzo Reale, Milan
‘Painting and Sculpture Today 1976’, Indianapolis Museum of Art

‘Silver Jubilee Exhibition of Contemporary British Sculpture’, Battersea Park, London
Hayward Gallery, London, Arts Council of Great Britain
Biennale de Paris: 1959-1967, Paris

‘15 Sculptors in Steel Around Bennington, 1963-1978’, Park-McCullough House
Association, North Bennington, Vermont
‘Late Twentieth Century Art’, Sidney and Frances Lewis Foundation, National Tour of 18 museums 1978-1983

‘A Century of Ceramics in the United States, 1878-1978’, Everson Museum of Art,
Syracuse; also shown at Renwick Gallery of the National Collection of Fine Arts,
Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC and Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York
‘Works of the Early ‘60s’, Knoedler Gallery, London
‘Corners: Painterly and Sculptural Work’, Hayden Gallery,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

‘J. Gonzalez, D. Smith, A. Caro, T. Scott, M. Steiner’, Galerie de France, Paris and
tour to Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Bielefeld; Haus am Waldsee, Berlin; KunsthalleTübingen,
Galerie Wentzel, Hamburg
Knoedler Gallery, London
‘L’Amérique aux Indépendants’, 91e Exposition, Société des Artistes, Grand Palais, Paris
‘Hayward Annual’, Hayward Gallery, London

1981 ‘
Groups IV’, Waddington Galleries, London

‘A Private Vision: Contemporary Arts from the Graham Gund
Collection’, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
‘Casting: A Survey of Cast Metal Sculptures in the 80s’, Fuller Goldeen Gallery, San Francisco
‘Paper Sculpture’, (concurrent with exhibit of John Stephan), Harcus Krakow Gallery, Boston
‘New Small Sculpture’, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta‘Aspects of British Art Today’, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, and tour of five museums in Japan organised by The British Council

‘Aspects of British Art’, Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, New York
‘Britain Salutes New York’, (Caro, Hockney, Nicholson), André Emmerich Gallery, New York

‘Six in Bronze’, Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown,
Massachusetts; also shown at Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute,
Pittsburgh; Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio; Brooklyn
Museum, New York
‘The British Art Show’, touring exhibition organised by The Arts
Council of Great Britain
‘Direction in Contemporary American Ceramics’, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
‘Three Exhibitions about Sculpture III - Mind Over Matter’, touring exhibition organised by The Arts Council of Great Britain travelling to Southampton, Bradford, Stoke-on-Trent and Sheffield

‘Transformations in Sculpture: Four Decades of American and European Art’,
Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, New York
‘Human Interest’, Cornerhouse, Manchester

XLII Venice Biennale
‘What is Modern Sculpture?’, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
‘Between Object and Image’, touring exhibition Bilbao, Barcelona, Madrid
‘Forty Years of Modern Art’, Tate Gallery, London
Triangle Artists Show, Smith’s Gallery, London
Adelaide Festival, Adelaide, Australia
Group Retrospective, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester
‘Homage to Joan Miro’, Joan Miro Foundation, Barcelona
‘Thanks for the Memories’, Harcus Gallery, Boston
Ceramic Workshop Experiments, travelling exhibition in US, organised by Brattleboro Museum, Vermont
‘A Dozen Views on Paper’, touring exhibition organised by the
Cirencester Workshops for the Arts, Cirencester
‘1st Biennale of Paper Art’, Leopold Hoesch Museum, Düren, Germany
‘British Sculpture from the 1950s and early 60s’, New Art Centre, London
‘Sculpture and Architecture - Restoring the Partnership’, touring
exhibition organised by the Welsh Sculpture Trust
‘From Figuration to Abstraction’, group exhibition, Juda Rowan Gallery, London
‘Modern English Sculpture: Aspects of Modern English Sculpture’, Lloyd Bregman Fine Art Ltd, Toronto, Canada

‘British Art in the 20th Century: The Modern Movement’, Royal
Academy, London, and Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart
‘Current Affairs: British Painting and Sculpture in the 1980s’ Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, then touring: Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia (organised by The British Council). The Mucsarnok, Budapest; The National Gallery, Prague; The Zacheta, Warsaw
‘Eisen Iron Fer’, Hachmeister, Munster
‘Ten British Masters’, Arnold Herstand Gallery, New York
Gallery Artists show, Elizabeth Franck Gallery, Belgium
‘The Self Portrait: A Modern View’, touring exhibition organised by
Artsite Gallery, Bath International Festival
‘Nine British Artists’, Francis Graham-Dixon Gallery, London
‘The British Masters’, Arnold Herstand Gallery, New York

XLIII Venice Biennale
‘Made to Measure’, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
Gallery Exhibition, Warwick Arts Trust
Tate Gallery Collection, Tate of the North, Liverpool
‘Britannica, 30 Ans de Sculpture’, Musée d’Evreaux, France; Museum Van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, Belgium

Biennale de Sculpture Monte-Carlo ‘89
‘From Picasso to Abstraction’, Annely Juda Fine Art, London
First International Festival of Ironwork (F.I.F.I.)
‘British Forged Metal Sculpture’, Cardiff

‘Glasgow’s Great British Art Exhibition’, Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries
‘Twenty One Years of Contemporary Art 1969 - 1990’, The Compass
Contribution, Glasgow
Fourth Australian Sculpture Triennial, National Gallery of Victoria
Chagall to Kitaj’ - Jewish Experience in 20th Century Art, Barbican,
‘Small is Beautiful’, Flowers East, London

‘Art for the Land’, Five Points Gallery, New York
‘Not Pop - what the others were doing’, Bernard Jacobson Gallery
‘The 7th Henry Moore Grand Prize Exhibition’, The Utsukushi-ga-hara Open Air Museum, Japan
‘Sculpture & Sculptor’s Drawings’, William Jackson Gallery, London

‘Making a Mark’, The Mall Galleries, London
‘The Sixties’, Barbican Art Gallery, London
‘Here and Now’, Serpentine Gallery, London
‘Partners’, Annely Juda Fine Art, London
‘Images of Christ’, St Paul’s Cathedral, London

‘Tenth Anniversary’, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester
Caro/Noland/Olitski: Symposium and Exhibition, Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Johnson Atelier - USA
Naumkeag Exhibition - Massachusetts
‘Sculpture at Goodwood’, Goodwood Sculpture Foundation

'Cabinet Art', Jason & Rhodes Gallery
'British Abstract Art Part 2: Sculpture', Flowers East, London

'Caro and Olitski: Masters of Abstraction Draw the Figure', New York Studio School
of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture
'Un Siècle de Sculpture Anglaise' Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume, Paris
Museum Würth, Künzelsau, Germany

‘Grounds For Sculpture’, Hamilton, New Jersey
‘Abakanowicz, Bourgeois, Caro’, Marlborough Chelsea, New York

‘British Figurative Art, Part 2: Sculpture’, Flowers East, London
‘Anthony Caro and Charles Ray’, Greengrassi Gallery, London
‘Fifty Years of Sculpture’, Lothbury Gallery, NatWest Group, London

‘Shining Moment. Color and Abstraction in the 1960s’, Ameringer
Howard Gallery, New York
‘a line in painting’, Gallery Fine, London
‘Forger L’Espace - La Sculpture Forgée au Vingtième Siècle’, Centro
Atlántico de Arte Moderno, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria; then to:
Ivam Centre Julio González, Valencia and Musée des Beaux-Arts et de la Dentelle, Calais
centrum beeldende Kunst, Nijmegen
‘White Out’, Gallery Fine, London
‘45-99 a personal view of British painting and sculpture by Bryan
Robertson’, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge

‘BLUE: borrowed and new’, The New Art Gallery, Walsall
‘20th Century Steel Sculpture’, Beadleston Gallery, New York
Tate Modern, London
‘In Concerto’, Venice Design Art Gallery, Venice, Italy
‘Welded: Sculpture of the Twentieth Century’, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York, Purchase, NY
‘Sculptura 2000’, Kasteel Blauwhuis, Izegem, Belgium
‘Sculpture and the Divine’, Winchester Cathedral
‘Sculpture and Wallhung Works - annual exhibition 2000’, Royal Society of British Sculptors, London
‘Sculpture and the Divine’, Winchester Cathedral, Winchester
‘Sculptura’, Blauwhuis, Izegem, Belgium

‘Architecture in Art’, Crane Kalman Gallery, London

'Terrakotta-Arbeiten’ Galerie Lelong, Zurich

‘Turning Points: 20th Century British Sculpture’, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art

'Henry Moore: Epoche und Echo - Englische Bildhauerei im 20. Jahrhundert',
Kunsthalle Würth, Künzelsau, Germany
Small is Beautiful XXIII, Flowers Gallery, London, UK
Correspondances: Manet - Anthony Caro, Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France
The Evolution of the Nasher Collection, Nasher Museum of Art, Durham, North
Carolina, USA
Sculpture in the Park, DLI Museum & Arts Centre, Durham, UK
Recent Modernist Sculpture, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Colorful, The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma, Japan
Minimalism and After IV , DaimlerChrysler Contemporary, Berlin, Germany
Private View forty years on, Rocket Gallery, London, UK
Pensar les formes, Es Baluard , Palma, Illes Balears, Spain
Metamorphosis: British Art of the Sixties, Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basil &
Elise Goulandris Foundation, Andros, Greece
Tête à Tête, Artemis Greenberg van Doren Gallery, New York, New York, USA
237th Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London, UK
The Shape of Colour: Excursions in Colour Field Art, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dual Vision: The Simona & Jerome Chazen Collection, Museum of Arts &
Design,New York, New York, USA
The Clay Menagerie, Garth Clark Gallery, New York, New York, USA
Ceramic Sculpture by Anthony Caro, Paul Chaleff and Dimitri Hadzi, Constantine Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Color Field Paintings of the 60s, Jacobson Howard Gallery, New York, New
York, USA
Summer Exhibition, Sculpture at Goodwood, Chichester, West Sussex, UK
Figurative Ceramics, Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Florida, USA
New Acquisitions, Visual Arts Gallery, University of Alamaba, Birmingham, Alabama,

Small is Beautiful XXIV Portraits, Flowers Gallery, London, UK
Twentieth Century Prints, Photographs and Works on Paper, Leslie Sacks Fine Art,
Los Angeles, California, USA
How to Improve the World, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
60th Anniversary Show, Gimpel Fils Gallery, London, UK
El Cincel y la Palabra, Kutxaespacio del Arte, Donostia, San Sebastian, Spain
238th Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London, UK
A Sculpture Show, Constantine Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Breaking Out!, Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, California, USA
60: Sixty Years of Sculpture in the Arts Council Collection, Yorkshire Sculpture Park,
Wakefield, West Yorkshire, UK
Summer Exhibition, Sculpture at Goodwood, Chichester, West Sussex, UK

On Holiday With Henry, Kirkcudbright International Arts Festival, Kirkcudbright,
Scotland, UK
239th Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London, UK
A Summer Selection, Crane Kalman Gallery, London, UK
Annely Juda - A Celebration, Annely Juda Fine Art, London, UK
Blickachsen 6: Skulptur im Kurpark, Galerie Scheffel, Bad Homburg, Germany
The Dialectic of Line, Constantine Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Breaking the Mould , ArtsZone, London, UK - touring to Oxford, Sherborne, London,
Glasgow, Halifax, Beverly and Walton on Thames
Rummage - Sculptors' Drawings, Winchester Galleries, Victoria, British Columbia,
Artists and Sitters , National Portrait Gallery, London, UK
Summer Exhibition, Sculpture at Goodwood, Chichester, West Sussex, UK

Work in Public Collections

Aberdeen Art Gallery
Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Art Gallery of North Carolina, Newbarn
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
The Arts Council of Great Britain
Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland
Staatsgemäldesammlung, Munich
City of Barcelona
Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Massachusetts
The British Council, London
Musee des Beaux-Arts, Calais
Caracas Museum, Venezuela
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburg
Christian Science Center, Boston
Christ's College, Cambridge
Smart Museum, University of Chicago
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
Comino Foundation, USA
Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Texas
Duke University Art Gallery, Durham, N.Carolina
Dayton Art Institute, Ohio
Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta
Everson Museum, Syracuse
Felton Bequest, Melbourne
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
Folkwang Museum, Essen
Friends of Johannesburg Art Gallery
Fukuoka City Art Museum, Japan
Glasgow Museum of Modern Art
Hakone Open Air Museum, Tokyo
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian
Institution, Washington DC
Ho-am Art Museum, Seoul
Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Lillie & Hugh Roy Cullen
Sculpture Garden, Texas
de Nagy Watson Gallery, Houston, Texas
Israel Museum, Jerusalem
J.B. Speed Museum, Louisville, Kentucky
Joan Miro Foundation, Barcelona
Johannesburg Art Gallery
Kaiser Wilhelm Museum, Krefeld
Kunsthalle Bielefeld
Kunsthaus, Zürich
Kunstmuseum Hannover (Sammlung Sprengel)
Kunstsammlung der Ruhr-Universitat, Bochum
Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas
Musée des Beaux-Arts et de la Dentelle, Calais
Museum Ernst-Gerhard, Saarbrücken
Museum Ludwig, Cologne
Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Museum of Modern Art, Shiga
Museum of Modern Art Toyama, Toyama City
Museum Schloss Morsbroich, Leverkusen
Museum Würth, Künzelsau
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.
National Museum of Art, Osaka
National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul
Nelson Gallery of Art, Kansas City, Missouri
North Carlina Museum of Art, Raleigh
Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
Peterborough Development Corporation
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania
Phillips Collection, Washington DC.
Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon
Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts
Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York
Saarlandmuseum, Saarbrücken
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh
Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo
Sintra Museum of Modern Art, Portugal (Berardo Collection)
Work in Public Collections continued
Skulpturenmuseum Albertinum, Dresden
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
Sondra & Marvin Smalley Sculpture Garden, The Univerity
of Judaism, Los Angeles
City of St. Louis Museum, Missouri
Staatsgalerie Stuttgart
Storm King Art Centre, Mountainville, New York
Syracuse University, New York
Tate Gallery, London
Tel Aviv Museum, Israel
Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio
UCLA Art Council, Los Angeles, California
Ulster Museum, Belfast
University of Alberta, Edmonton
University of California, Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden, Los Angeles
University of East Anglia, Norwich
Vancouver Art Gallery, British Columbia
Von der Heydt Museum, Wuppertal
Wakayama Prefectural Museum, Japan
Wakefield Museum and Art Gallery
Wakita Museum of Art, Japan
Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Walker Hill Art Center, Seoul
Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne
West London College, London
Westfälisches Landesmuseum, Münster
Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg
Wolfgang Gurlitt Museum/Neue Galerie der Stadt Linz, Austria
Wolfson College, Oxford
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut
York University of Fine Art, Toronto

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