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Another Place is a piece of modern sculpture by Antony Gormley. Now permanently erected on Crosby Beach, England, it was due to be moved to New York in November 2006, but there was a controversial proposal to retain the work at Crosby. It was stated in the local paper, the Crosby Herald, that they may stay for a decade, but at a meeting on 7 March 2007, Sefton Council accepted proposals that would allow the sculptures to be kept permanently at Crosby Beach. Cast iron figures which face out to sea, spread over a 2 mile (3.2 km) stretch of the beach between Waterloo and Blundellsands. Each figure is 189 cm tall (nearly 6 feet 2 & Ã‚Â½ inches) and weighs around 650 kg (over 1400 lb). In common with most of Gormley's work, the figures are cast replicas of the artist's own body. As the tides ebb and flow, the figures are revealed and submerged by the sea. The figures were cast at two foundries, Hargreaves Foundry in Halifax, West Yorkshire, and Joseph and Jesse Siddons Foundry in West Bromwich. Another Place was first exhibited on the beach of Cuxhaven, Germany, in 1997 and after that in Stavanger in Norway and De Panne in Belgium. This Gallery shows them in their current home of Crosby at different days throughout the year come sun,rain or snow.
Walking The Dog Along Crosby Beach by Phillip Orr
Crosby Sunset by Phillip Orr
Iron Men Crosby Beach Sunset by Phillip Orr
Another Place Sky Burst by Phillip Orr
Into the Yonder by Phillip Orr
Crosby Beach Black and White by Phillip Orr
Crosby Sunset Merseyside by Phillip Orr