Artists

Steven Gregory

Steven Gregory was born in South Africa in 1952 but grew up in London. He studied sculpture at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. Steven Gregory currently lives and works in London.

Steven Gregory has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally including at Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic; Gloucester Cathedral; Gallery Pangolin, Chalford; Spectrum Gallery;Nicholas Robinson Gallery, NY; Serpentine Gallery, London; Royal Academy of Arts, London; Royal Academy of Arts; Jesus College, Cambridge Universoty, SIgurjon Olafsson Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland; Peggy Guggenheim Museum, Venice; International Festival of Sculpture, Monte Carlo; Noorbrabandts Museum, Hertogenbosch, The Netherland; Musee Bordelle, Paris; Stadtische Kunstalle Mannheim, Germany (1999); Pallant House Gallery, UK.

Steven Gregory's body of work combines a variety of materials, that includes electronic parts, semi–precious stones and bronze. Gregory manages to create works with undertones of emotional profundity and humour. For instance his use of human remains is undoubtedly morbid and reflective on mortality, however by beading these skulls in precious jewels Gregory exposes his no-nonsense approach to materials and illustrates his wicked sense of humour. Gregory draws on his traditional stonemason skills to create works that ostensibly appear neo-classical and conventionally formal, but upon further investigation pop with unusual juxtapositions of our natural and manmade world and hang somewhere between abstract and figurative sculpture.

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Steven Gregory, One of Us on a Tricycle, 1999

Steven Gregory

Artist
Born:
1952

CASS Artworks by Steven Gregory

1999

One of Us on a Tricycle (Small)

This is the smaller partner sculpture to Gregory's larger work. Gregory's practice is often marked by his acerbic wit an…

1997

Paparazzi

Groups are seldom benign, whether massed people, flocks of birds or herds of animals - there is always an element of une…

1998

The Two of Us

In this sculpture Gregory has given lightness to volume, and in doing so belied the density and weight of bronze. This i…