A closer look at what's going on at the Henry Moore Institute.

Gego: Line as Object

Our exhibition exploring the possibilities of the line as an object opens in July.

Dennis Oppenheim: Fireworks Signs

Three films available online showing Oppenheim's combustible sculptures.

Commemorating 'Uncle Bill'

Library Display on the work of Ivor Roberts-Jones open from 1 April.

Exhibitions now open

'Ian Kiaer: Tooth House' now open in Galleries 1, 2 and 3.

Sculpture Study Gallery exhibition

'Photographing Sculpture: How the Image Moves the Object' now open.

Publications Patrons Scheme

A new opportunity to support our world-class scholarly publications.

Ian Kiaer: Tooth House publication

With essays by Lisa Le Feuvre, Fabrice Hergott and discussion with Ian Kiaer.

Research Fellows announced

We are delighted to announce the recipients of our 2014-15 Fellowships.

Online paper: Sébastian Clerbois

'Heart of Darkness: Ivory Carving and Belgian Colonialism'.

Online Paper: Catherine Karkov

'Roman to English: The Migration of Forms in Early Northumberland'.

Extended Archive opening hours

From 1 April, the Archive will open via appointment on Wednesday evenings.

Latest Essays on Sculpture journal

'Artists' Lives' looks at the impact of the National Life Stories project.

Thomas Houseago commission

The Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle announces major public commission.

Carol Bove / Carlo Scarpa

Our Spring 2015 exhibition will be touring UK, Italy and Belgium.

Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle

Enjoy world-class sculpture in the heart of Yorkshire.

HMI on Facebook (opens in a new window)

Henry Moore Institute on Facebook

For more ways to stay in touch, try our facebook page...

HMI on Twitter (opens in a new window)

Follow us on Twitter

...Or head over to Twitter for bite-sized updates and news on sculpture.