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Antony Gormley

25 January 2009

“˜Delay’ to 46m Liffey Leviathan was a tall story

It appears to be a giant misunderstanding. Antony Gormley, the creator of the proposed sculpture of a 46m wire man in the Liffey, claims the project has not been postponed and could begin...

17 January 2009

Figurative sculpture planned for Liffey scrapped

The Dublin Docklands Authority has said it will not be going ahead with the 46m (150ft) steel sculpture of a human figure in the river Liffey because of the cost of the project....

16 January 2009

Wire man set to wade in to Liffey as 10-year planning permission granted

The erection in the river Liffey of a 46m (150ft) sculpture of a human figure – almost the same height as the Statue of Liberty – has been granted planning permission by An...

13 December 2007

Proposed Gormley Liffey Sculpture Lodged for Planning

The Dublin Docklands Development Authority has lodged a planning application with Dublin City Council for the proposed sculpture on the River Liffey by the artist Antony Gormley. The submission follows a series of...