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Henry Moore at The Tate

August 5, 2010 by Kay

Don't forget to pop into the Henry Moore exhibition at Tate Britain which ends this Sunday 8th August and is open 10am-6pm daily. Alternatively, make a day of it and take part in Moore Outside - A Grand Experiment. Go on a free Henry Moore walk round London and discover more about the artist and his work. Share your thoughts with other visitors and save money on visiting the exhibition. For more information, click here.

Radical, experimental and avant-garde, Henry Moore (1898–1986) was one of Britain's greatest artists. This stunning exhibition takes a fresh look at his work and legacy, presenting over 150 stone sculptures, wood carvings, bronzes and drawings.

Henry Moore Mother and Child 1932 Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection, University of East Anglia Credit: Reproduced by permission of The Henry Moore Foundation Tate Photography Mother's name: Lucy Rock Child's name: Tommy Rock

Moore rebelled against his teachers' traditional views of sculpture, instead taking inspiration from non-Western works he saw in museums. He pioneered carving directly from materials, evolving his signature abstract forms derived from the human body. This exhibition presents examples of the defining subjects of his work, such as the reclining figure, mother and child, abstract compositions and drawings of wartime London. The works are situated in the turbulent ebb and flow of twentieth-century history, sometimes uncovering a dark and erotically charged dimension that makes us look at them in a new light. The trauma of war, the advent of psychoanalysis, new ideas of sexuality, primitive art and surrealism all had an influence on Moore's work.

Henry Moore Reclining Figure 1929 Leeds Museums and Galleries Credit: Reproduced by permission of The Henry Moore Foundation

Highlights of the show include a group of key reclining figures carved in Elm, which illustrate the development of this key image over his career. Moore was an Official War Artist and his drawings of huddled Londoners sheltering from the onslaught of the Blitz captured the popular imagination, winning him a place in the hearts of the public. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to truly understand this artist's much-loved work / Britain's most successful sculptor.

Henry Moore Tube Shelter Perspective: The Liverpool Street Extension 1941
Credit: Reproduced by permission of The Henry Moore Foundation