The acclaimed artist and author, Edmund de Waal, has curated an exhibition of works by Henry Moore in which visitors will be encouraged to touch some of the sculptures.
There are two ways to go if you have a large museum space available: one or two big shows or the combination of several smaller shows.
A mustachioed tiger, tied to a lamppost, heaven and hell, precarious sculpture, helmets, tarred toys and an immense painting.
Bling, twins, caves, faceless figures, glass, landscapes and a giant rabbit.
The Henry Moore Institute presents a major exhibition of the work of Senga Nengudi. Bringing together pioneering work from 1969 to the present
This week – besides almost losing my passport whilst Spring cleaning – I lay on a very comfortable pink carpet at 180 The Strand and then took a train to Wakefield to feel the density of Anthony McCall’s solid light sculptures and lie down on luscious green grass in the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise… Read More
This week’s top 5 includes Greek nudes, social media, architecture, graceful curves and bronze.
Photographs of plaster models used by the British sculptor to offer Unesco a choice of works in 1957 are to go on display in London
This week’s top 6 features Henry Moore, beautiful birds, an organic calendar, a minotaur, voyages to the Arctic and surrealism
Richard Hamilton, The State,1993 Tate, London 2014 © The Estate of Richard Hamilton, DACS 2014 (Part of Jane and Louise… Read More
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Every Monday Tabish Khan brings you five exhibitions that you should visit during the week each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether its for you ..
On the face of it, Henry Moore and Auguste Rodin would appear to have little in common other than they were both sculptors.
Tate highlights for the 2014 programme will include major exhibitions from: Henri Matisse, Piet Mondrian, JMW Turner, Richard Hamilton and Kazimir Malevich.
As part of a year long series of planned celebrations around it’s 175th anniversary the Royal College of Art is presenting a major exhibition exploring the key facets from the RCA spanning over three centuries.
Is public art a luxury the poor cannot afford? The mayor of one London borough wants to sell off a wonderful sculpture by Henry Moore. Times are hard, but its loss would be a tragedy – and would set a dangerous precedent
In 1837, the Government School of Design opened in Somerset House on the Strand in London: the world’s first, publicly funded design school. 175 years later and now known as the Royal College of Art, it is the world’s oldest art and design university in continuous operation.
It will include around 200 drawings dating from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day by both established and emerging sculptors.
Everything I do, I intend to make on a large scale… Size itself has its own impact, and physically we can relate ourselves more strongly to a big sculpture than to a small one
Tracey Emin | ON: A Re-imagining Of Blackpool Illuminations | Henry Moore | Simon Fujiwara | Heatherwick Studio | Zed Nelson, Henry Tonks | Doris Salcedo | Laura Belém
Over the last few decades, the Art Gallery of Ontario has put together arguably the greatest collection of works on… Read More
Henry Moore. Ideas for Sculpture Works from the Henry Moore Family Collection Exhibition design by Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher… Read More