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HenryMooreFoundation
The UK's largest artist foundation, set up by Henry Moore in 1977 to encourage public appreciation of the visual arts. See also
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A fond farewell (for now) to this incredible sculpture as excitement builds for
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HenryMooreFoundation May 23
until 2 June is supported by “spending some time in the presence of these spectacular objects will ensure you never look at your coffee cup in quite the same way again”
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HenryMooreFoundation May 23
Yes is open Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holidays, 11am-5pm, until 27 October :-)
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HenryMooreFoundation May 21
Half term fun at the themed around our collaborative exhibition!
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HenryMooreFoundation May 21
In case you missed it, here’s our director Godfrey Worsdale on the ways in which the Foundation is delivering on its mission this year and beyond:
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Yorkshire Sculpture International May 20
Brilliant to see featured in the crop of summer exhibitions by world-class artists in sculpture parks, gardens & beaches all make for a grand day out via
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HenryMooreFoundation May 19
We think it's a great match. We're sold. We think Moore would find lots of inspiration in the
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Royal Society of Sculptors May 15
'Woman', 1957-8 by is enjoying the sunshine on our terrace ahead of tonight's private view!
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York House Art & Design May 16
spent a superb day exploring and sketching Always such a privilege to be able to show our students Moore’s drawings, sculptures and workshops
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HenryMooreFoundation May 16
Moore's friendship with Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears resulted in fantastic artistic collaborations over many years at the Aldeburgh festival. This friendship will be celebrated at a one off event at in June. Buy tickets at:
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HenryMooreFoundation May 16
From 22 June at the spectacular and part of an extensive presentation of the work of David Smith is supported by
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HenryMooreFoundation May 15
On show until 8 September curated by with free admission, a wonderful presentation of ’s work:
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HenryMooreFoundation May 14
Free family activities on Saturday in - through the partnership between our Yorkshire venue and
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Henry Moore S&G May 14
It's no secret that Henry Moore was a prolific artist, but did you know that there are Moore artworks in galleries, museums and public spaces in 38 different countries across the world? Find out more on our website here:
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Visit Leeds May 13
As part of 'A Family Tree of Sculpture' explores wood as the most anthropological of materials. See these eight new sculptures at until September!
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HenryMooreFoundation May 14
Coming soon, presented by and supported by new site-specific work by Liz Glynn:
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The Spectator May 5
A stroll around this Henry Moore exhibition shows that he reached his peak as an old-age pensioner, says Martin Gayford
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HenryMooreFoundation May 10
Excitement is building for the UK's biggest sculpture festival, at our Yorkshire venue and partner venues, supported by
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Wallace Collection May 10
The Great Gallery will be filled with music this evening as we welcome pianist & three acclaimed young singers - , & - for a unique concert celebrating the life and work of Henry Moore. Last tickets at:
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HenryMooreFoundation May 9
This conference looks fascinating, particularly in light of our current exhibition at
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