Dice Covered Sculptures

This week british artist Tony Cragg unveiled a new dice-covered sculpture at FIAC 2011 in Paris last week.  Tony Cragg was born in Liverpool. Following a period of work as a laboratory technician he first studied art on the foundation course at the Gloucestershire College of Art and Design, Cheltenham and then at the Wimbledon School of Art (1969−1973). During this period he was taught by Roger Ackling, who introduced him to the sculptors Richard Long and Bill Woodrow. He completed his studies at Royal College of Art (1973–1977), where he was a contemporary of Richard Wentworth. He left Britain in 1977 and moved to Wuppertal in Germany, where he has lived and worked since. (Courtesy Wikipedia)

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