It is hard to find something fresh to say about one of the most significant sculptors of the 20th century, but inspired by the book A Land, illustrated by Henry Moore in 1951, Yorkshire Sculpture Park attempts to uncover some of the mysteries that fuelled Moore’s work through his early plates.

Henry Moore: Back to a Land explores Moore’s fascination with the mystery of what lies beneath, his profound relationship with land, and his understanding of geology and rock formations. It forms a thread that links together Moore’s childhood experience of caves and interest in rock formations and native ...


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