How Much Arts and Culture Can We Stand? - The Archer in Toronto and Beyond

Join Joe Kitchen, from the Henry Moore Archive for a talk exploring the story of one of Moore's most significant sculptures of the 1960s.

Henry Moore’s Three Way Piece No.2: Archer is one of his most significant sculptures. The cast owned by the city of Toronto changed the course of an election and was the impetus behind the creation of one of the largest collections of Henry Moore works in the world.  Joe will tell the story of the controversies behind the Toronto cast, visiting Berlin, Helsinki, and the Globe Theatre in London along the way.

Gallery talks are included in your admission ticket. Please make your way to the exhibition gallery, talks begin at 2.30pm and last around 15 minutes.

Venue details


Venue address

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens
Dane Tree House
Perry Green
Hertfordshire
SG10 6EE
United Kingdom
T: +44 (0)1279 843 333

Opening times

Opening times 2022:
1 April to 30 October 2022
Wednesdays to Sundays and Bank Holidays, 11am-5pm

Henry Moore Archive:
Open by appointment. Monday to Friday, 10am-4.30pm