Critically acclaimed by prominent international art institutions and collectors alike, renowned British sculptor Tony Cragg was born in 1949 in England, he is referred as the successor of modernist sculptor Henry Moore. Cragg attended the 1982 Documenta7 held in Kassel, Germany, was awarded the Turner Prize by Tate in 1988, and in that same year attended the 43rd Venice Biennale on behalf of Britain. In 2017, the International Sculpture Centre Lifetime Achievement Award was given to Tony Cragg in April 2017. Cragg’s works were also widely exhibited around the world, selected solo exhibitions have been held in Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid (1995), Centre Pompidou in Paris (1996), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul (1997), the Louvre Museum (2011). CAFA Museum in Beijing, China (2012) the State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, Russia (2016), and the Sanati Contemporary Arts Museum, Kerman in Iran (2018).