HENRY MOORE SCULPTING THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
The first major retrospective of the artist's work in the United States in the past 20 years, this exhibition includes approximately 120 works of art that not only span Henry Moore's career, but also illustrate his seminal role in the evolution of modern sculpture. Objects on view will include Moore's carvings in wood, stone, and other media, as well as drawings, maquettes, and plasters. The exhibition will focus on Moore's work as a carver, and will include many of his early, provocative works that serve to alter common perceptions about this major sculptor of the 20th century.
Henry Moore: Sculpting the 20th Centuryis organized by the Dallas Museum of Art with the collaboration of the Henry Moore Foundation, and is co-curated by Dr. Dorothy Kosinski, The Barbara Thomas Lemmon Curator of European Art at the Dallas Museum of Art, David Mitchinson, Curator of the Henry Moore Foundation, and Dr. Steven A. Nash, Associate Director and Chief Curator of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
A catalogue, with essays by Dorothy Kosiniski, Alan Wilkinson, Steven A Nash, Anita Feldman Bennet and others, was published to accompany the show. ISBN 0 300 08992 9
A person who creates exhibitions or who is employed to look after and research museum objects.
A three-dimensional work of art. Such works may be carved, modelled, constructed, or cast. Sculptures can also be described as assemblage, in the round, relief, and made in a huge variety of media. Contemporary practice also includes live elements, as in Gilbert & George 'Living Sculpture' as well as broadcast work, radio or sound sculpture.
USA, Washington, National Gallery Of Art
- 14 October 2001 − 12 February 2002
USA, San Francisco, California Palace/ Fine Arts Museum
- 24 June 2001 − 12 February 2002
USA, Dallas, Museum Of Fine Arts
- 25 February 2001 − 12 February 2002