Tony Cragg: “I think the roughness of his sculpture is actually really elegant,” Toogood says of the British artist. “I find his use of found objects and discarded building materials, assembled as stacks or crushed, brutal but beautiful in their honesty. He literally pulls things out of the ground or a skip and makes them heroic and monumental.”
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Tony Cragg: “I think the roughness of his sculpture is actually really elegant,” Toogood says of the British artist. “I find his use of found objects and discarded building materials, assembled as stacks or crushed, brutal but beautiful in their honesty. He literally pulls things out of the ground or a skip and makes them heroic and monumental.”