English sculptor Tony Cragg attended the Wimbledon School of Art and the Royal College of Art. He moved to Germany in 1977 and taught at Düsseldorf’s Kunstakademie from 1988. With fellow sculptors Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon, Cragg was associated with the ‘New British Sculpture’ movement of the 1980’s. He won the Turner Prize in 1988. Casting in glass, bronze, aluminium and iron, Cragg’s interest in science and technology is combined with a commitment to sculptures as objects in themselves.
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