A new exhibition, organised by the Yale Center for British Art, looking at the parallels between the work of Bill Brandt and our founder Henry Moore.
Black and white photograph by Errol Jackson of photo-collage arranged by Henry Moore, 1978.
Photo: Nigel Moore
Reclining Figure, 1945-46 (LH 263) in progress, Perry Green
Photo: Henry Moore Archive
Head and Ball, 1934 (LH 151) photographed in Moore's studio at 11A Parkhill Road, London.
Photo: Henry Moore
Reclining Figure, 1959-64 (LH 452)
Photo: Jonty Wilde
Photographer Bill Brandt and Henry Moore first met during the Second World War when they both created images of civilians sheltering from the Blitz in the London Underground.
This major exhibitions takes over 200 artworks, including important loans from the Henry Moore Foundation's collection, which highlight the relationships between sculpture, photography, drawing and collage. The exhibition includes Moore’s celebrated Reclining Figure sculptures and Brandt’s well-known photographs of coal miners and their families in Durham and Yorkshire, rare original colour transparencies by Brandt, and some of Moore’s little-known photo collages.
The exhibition is will reopen at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts on 18 May, running until 22 August. Book your tickets via the Sainsbury Centre website.
The exhibition is accompanied by a major new book published by Yale University Press.
7 February 2020 - 1 November 2020
The Hepworth Wakefield
T: 01924 247360
Monday: Closed (except local school holidays and Bank Holidays)
Tuesday to Sunday: 10am - 5pm
10am - 9pm first Thursday of every other month
18 May - 22 August 2021
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
University of East Anglia
T: +44 (0) 1603 593199
Tuesday to Friday: 9am - 6pm (exhibitions 10am - 6pm)
Saturday to Sunday: 10am - 5pm (exhibitions 10am - 5pm)
Postponed. Opening soon.
Yale Center for British Art
1080 Chapel Street
T: +1 203 432 2800
Tuesday to Saturday: 10am - 5pm
Sunday: 12 - 5pm