British sculptor Antony Gormley's has beautifully fused relationships with concrete structures. At London's White Cube gallery, the artist has on display some of his dramatic creations. Titled Fit, the exhibition will run through November 4. 

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Artist Antony Gormley stands at the entrance to one of his works called Passage, forming part of an exhibition entitled Fit, at the White Cube gallery in London, Britain.Reuters

While the structures are themselves extremely evocative, the monochrome is adding quite a bit to the look and feel of it. One of the sculptures that has been named Sleeping Field, appears as if it were a colony of low-rise buildings but a close look reveals it's actually 600 of resting bodies. Talking to the Evening Standard, Gormley said that too many skyscrapers are being built, which do not reflect the true spirit of the metropolis. 

"In the last 25 years in London it's almost like we have been asleep and London has turned into Dallas. London historically is the joining of many villages in this wide Thames valley," he added. 

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A member of the gallery takes a photograph of a piece called Sleeping Field by artist Antony Gormley.Reuters
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A member of the gallery staff poses for a photograph with a piece called Run.Reuters
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A member of the gallery poses for a photograph next to a piece called Fit.Reuters
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A member of the gallery poses for a photograph inside a piece called Passage.Reuters