Congratulations Tony Cragg to the 2017 Lifetime Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award! Granted by the International Sculpture Center (ISC), the award recognises individual sculptors who have made exemplary contributions to the field of sculpture. Read more.
Konstguiden is a perfect summer guide, filled with great tips about exhibitions. This summer issue also includes a major feature on Tony Cragg.
Under Contacts & Directions you can download a map to help you find your way around the exhibition at Djurgården.
Älskade Östermalm recommends its readers to enjoy a sculpture walk at Djurgården. We do the same!
In todays DN you can read Lotta Jonsons review of the exhibtion (in swedish only).
In this beautiful yellow booth on Djurgården you can find us from Wednesday-Sunday 11am – 3pm. Its placed down by the water not far from The Museum of Ethnography. If you have any questions about the exhibition just come by and we will do our best to help you. Welcome!
We have to share this great image of Caldera at Djurgården with you. Taken by @jessicamolausson. Find more great images on instagram using #craggstockholm. And don´t forget to follow the gallery on Instagram!
Congratulations to Tony Cragg, renowned sculptor, who was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II on the occasion of Her Majesty´s Birthday.
“THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty’s Birthday, to signify her intention of conferring the honour of Knighthood upon the undermentioned:
Professor Anthony Douglas CRAGG, C.B.E., Sculptor. For services to Visual Arts and UK-German relations.” – The Gazette
Read more, SR – P1 Kulturnytt
Read in GP about the exhibition on Djurgården and other outdoor exhibitions this summer!
Swedish radio art critic Karsten Thurfjell interview Tony Cragg about his work and his way of looking at nature. Listen to the interview here (ins swedish and english).