Royal Academy of Arts – Antony Gormley


In his most ambitious exhibition for more than ten years, Sir Antony Gormley (1968) presents a series of works which will test the scale and light of the Royal Academy’s architecture. We are delighted to offer Trinity alumni and their guests an opportunity to hear from Sir Antony during an exclusive viewing of this career-spanning exhibition.

“The body is more a place than an object for me: the body ‘in’ space and the body ‘as’ space.”

Sir Antony Gormley RA

Explore this extraordinary interactive exhibition of shape and space, including a series of experiential installations – some brand-new, some remade for the Royal Academy’s galleries. Visitors are invited to slow down and become aware of their own bodies.

Drinks and canapés will be served throughout the evening.

This event has now reached its capacity and tickets are no longer unavailable.  Tickets will not be sold on the door for this event.

Please note: if you are sensitive to enclosed spaces, one of the works may not be suitable for you to enter. Please let the Alumni Relations team know if this might affect you. Some of the works contain water, sharp edges and materials that can transfer onto clothing.


6:30 pm

Registration Open

Royal Academy Foyer, Burlington House
7:00 pm

Exhibition Viewing and Refreshments

7:10 pm

Talk by Sir Antony

Reynolds Room (for earlier arrivals)
7:30 pm

Talk by Sir Antony

Reynolds Room (for later arrivals)
9:00 pm



Burlington House,
London W1J 0BD


The nearest stations are…
- Piccadilly Circus
- Green Park
- Oxford Circus
- Bond Street

Piccadilly and Green Park are within half a mile of the Burlington House entrance, and Oxford Circus and Bond Street are within half a mile of the Burlington Gardens entrance.