Marvel at Antony Gormley’s powerful sea-bound figure in Margate.
Exploring what it means to be human, 1 of 100 solid cast-iron figures by Antony Gormley has been given a home next to Turner Contemporary in Margate. The figure becomes visible in its entirety 3 hours before low tide and is otherwise covered by water to its waist as if wading out to sea.
Another Time will remain in Margate for ten years, with other sculptures from the series by the River Thames in London and in Kunisaki, Japan.
This powerful isolated form evokes the feelings of being still and spending time in solitude, complimenting the beauty of its natural setting.
How to get there
Rendezvous, Margate, Kent, CT9 1HG
Wednesday to Sunday plus Bank Holidays
10am - 5pm
Last entry is at 4pm
Exclusions and safety measures
- The gallery is wheelchair accessible with an outdoor ramp and lift access to both floors.
- Wheelchairs are available for visitors. Please contact us ahead of your visit if you would like to book one.
- Portable stools are also available. Please ask a member of staff on arrival if you would like to use one.
- Large print text, magnifying sheets and audio versions of exhibition texts are available. Ask a member of staff for more information.
- We welcome guide dogs, hearing dogs and assistance dogs in the gallery.
For more accessibility information visit: turnercontemporary.org/accessibility
For access support please contact us ahead of your visit: firstname.lastname@example.org | 01843 233 025 (operated daily 10:00 – 17:00)
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