Awarding grants for exhibitions, exhibition catalogues and sculpture commissions.
Leon Underwood: Figure and Rhythm, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, supported by a New projects grant in 2015
Courtesy Pallant House Gallery
Jim Lambie, 'Pyramid' (2014, potato sacks, acrylic paint, expanding foam on canvas)
Jim Lambie, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, supported by a New projects grant in 2014
Courtesy the artist and The Modern Institute / Toby Webster Ltd
Ice Age Art at the British Museum, supported by a New projects grant in 2013
Courtesy The British Museum
Over the past five years we have supported exhibitions across the UK, including Caro in Yorkshire (2015, Yorkshire Sculpture Park & The Hepworth Wakefield), Cornelia Parker (2015, The Whitworth Gallery, Manchester) and The Sculpture of Bill Woodrow (2014, Royal Academy of Art) and given grants towards the publication of many catalogues. We have also enabled new works to be commissioned by artists including Rachel Whiteread (Whitechapel Gallery).
If your exhibition or commission project aims to encourage new thinking about sculpture or sculpture history, or contributes to public awareness and appreciation of sculpture, you should consider applying for a Henry Moore Grant.
The maximum grant available in this category is £20,000. For more details of how we assess applicants in each category, please refer to our guidelines.