31 March 2007 - 6 January 2008
Four indoor galleries and open air
Exhibition generously sponsored by Roger Evans with support from The Henry Moore Foundation.
This extraordinary exhibition brings 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 features new permanent outdoor commissions, new indoor stone, tree and clay installations, together with sheep paintings and blood drawings in the Longside Gallery. The works are given meaningful context by photographic archive material and key works from the artist's career. By charting significant and developing themes, the exhibition provides an opportunity to reassess the range of Goldsworthy's achievements and the scale and complexity of his work.
This exhibition marks 30 years of Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Throughout the year, a series of special events will be held to celebrate this landmark anniversary, including live performance, music, poetry and lectures.
The first section of Andy Goldsworthy's archive catalogue is now available on line at www.goldsworthy.cc.gla.ac.uk
With special thanks to:
Dick Ellis, Heather Touson, Helen Toulson , Philippa Higgins, Chris Lindley, Beth Lindley, Janice Doherty , Stephanie Clark, Anthony Locke , Charlotte Morgan, Anne and Roger Shadbolt , Catherine Morris, Jane Foale , Jane Long, Stephen Turner , Ian Mackay, Amanda Richardson, Latoya Kiernan, Wendy Boutle, Jean Walker, Janet Taylor , Thomas Butler, Anna Garside , Hannah Tough, Georgina Boulton, Hermione Spriggs, Kate Shaw, Christine Mather, Brenda Artingstall, Diana Rothwell, Rose Cooper, Lynsey Hollis, Annette Lightford, Leah Meads, Amy Lodge , Richie Squires, Will Goodyear , Michelle Vinson, Beth Rushton, Wxiang Xiao Li, Anthony Higginson, Val Anderson, Michelle Williams ,Karl Gibbons, Jo Ambler, Sarah-Jo Welch, Naomi Wigglesworth, Priya Umachandran, Shaun Clarke, Cat Hedges, Brett Longmire, Jenny Athern,
Ian Taylor, Janet Baker, Adrianne Neil, Jodie Alice Beck, James Fickling, Robert Gill, Laura Johnson, Oliver Lloyd, Carly McDermott, Olivia McEwan, Hannah Murphy, Andrew Moynehan, Liam Parkin, Zara Sutcliffe Baran, Luke Tyson, Ben Convey.
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The large stone within Shadow Stone Fold in the Country Park was placed by Andy Goldsworthy as an invitation for people to add their presence to the work. At the onset of a shower lay on the stone until the shadow of your body becomes visible against the rain or snow around you. Take a photograph of your shadow and send it to Sarah Coulson, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton, Wakefield, WF4 4LG, or email it to email@example.com, we regret that any photographs sent in cannot be returned. A book of contributions may be published after the exhibition.