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Angel of the North

Angel of the North Close up

 

Gateshead Council's brief was simple; to create an ambitious artwork that would become a landmark of the region's character. Antony Gormley's winning design is now one of the most viewed pieces of art in the world. It is seen by more than one person every second. That's 90,000 every day or 33 million every year. 

With its prime location, on a panoramic hilltop by the A1, the Angel of the North has become one of the most famous artworks in the region.  The sculpture was installed in February 1998 and over the last twenty years has become one of the most recognisable pieces of public art ever produced, winning many accolades and awards.

The Angel of the North is located close to A1 and is easy to reach by both public transport and car.

 

Visit the Angel of the North
How to get to The Angel of the North including parking information
Angel 20
Find out what's on to mark the Angel of the North's 20th birthday.
The history of the Angel of the North
The background of The Angel of the North and the artist Antony Gormley
Angel teaching resources
Teaching packs for teachers of Key Stage Two which can easily be adapted for younger children.

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