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Ixia (formerly the Public Art Forum) seeks to promote appreciation of visual arts, particularly art and craft in public places.  They give professional advice; support the provision of funds; provide research, education, workshops and conferences to increase the understanding of good practice and promote the adoption of policies to properly integrate art and craft into all major projects of architectural and environmental design.  Further information plus orders for back issues of their publication ‘Public Art Journal’ can be obtained from:

Ixia

2nd Floor 321 Bradford Street Birmingham B5 6ET

Email:info@ixia-info.com

Website:http://www.ixia-info.com/

‘Making an Angel’

Antony Gormley  (1998)

Booth-Clibborn Editions

Available from Gateshead Tourist Information Centres:

At Central Library 0191 – 477 3478.

At Gateshead Quays0191 – 477 5380

‘Celebrating an Angel’

Portcullis Press and Gateshead Council Libraries and Arts  (1998)

Available from Gateshead Tourist Information Centres:

At Central Library 0191 – 477 3478.

At Gateshead Quays0191 – 477 5380

‘Antony Gormley’

John Hutchinson, E.H. Hutchinson, Lela B. Njatin, W.J.T. Mitchell (2000)

ISBN:  0 7148 3952 3

Phaidon Press Limited

18 Regent’s Wharf

All Saints Street

LONDON

N1 9PA

www.phaidon.com

‘Public Sculpture of North East England

Paul Usherwood, Jeremy Beach and Catherine Morris (2000)

ISBN:  0 8523 635 6

Liverpool University Press

LIVERPOOL

L69 7ZU

Public Art and The Angel of the North

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