CURRENT exhibitions

Anthony Caro: 6 Sculptures, Leon Kossoff: 6 Paintings
Annely Juda Fine Art, 4th Floor Gallery, 23 Dering Street,

London, W1S 1AW

19 September–17 October 2020

For information about the exhibition, and details of events, 

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Anthony Caro

Exploring Space: Sculpture 1966-69

The Anthony Caro Studio


Click HERE to watch a video accompanying the current exhibition of Caro’s sculpture 1966-69.


Viewing the exhibition is by appointment only. Please contact Sile Stuttard, Information and Studio Coordinator, The Anthony Caro Studio,

anthony caro: stainless steel by karen wilkin

published by lund humphries 

This is the sixth volume in Lund Humphries’ series of monographs on British sculptor Anthony Caro and the first publication to focus on his use of stainless steel as a distinct body of work.

Caro employed stainless steel extensively, from intimately scaled Table Sculptures to extremely large works, over many decades, and in his mature works, Caro's exploration and interrogation of this material became increasingly important.

Karen Wilkin analyses Caro’s use of stainless steel in the context of the development of modernist constructed sculpture, pioneered in the UK by Caro and in the US by David Smith, a friend and admired predecessor, from whom Caro inherited most of the stainless steel he first employed, following Smith's untimely death in 1965.  

Karen Wilkin's text represents a much-needed overview of Caro's late career and a vital expansion of our understanding of 20th-century and early 21st-century modernist sculpture.

To purchase a copy of the book, please press HERE

RECENT exhibitionS

Anthony Caro: The Last Judgement 

Gemäldegalerie,Matthäikirchplatz, 10785 Berlin  

20 December 2019 -  12 July 2020 

For information about the exhibition please press HERE

Troy: myth and reality

British Museum, Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG


Three Anthony Caro sculptures will be on display in this exhibition about the legend of Troy including The Death of Hector (The Trojan War) pictured here. 

21 November 2019 – 8 March 2020

For information about the exhibition please press HERE

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