Language and login selector start
Language and login selector end
ATTENTION: Content on this page is limited by your guest status Access to unlimited data and ArtFacts.Net knowledge tools for professional research is available to members only.
Your options to become an insider:
If you are already a member:

Henry Moore Institute

Public Institution
Henry Moore Institute
74 The Headrow
Leeds (England) LS1 3AH
United Kingdom
city map
hotel accommodation
 
tel +44 (0)113 246 7467
fax +44 (0)113 246 1481
www.henry-moore-fdn.co.uk
 

to top Institutions highest ranked artists:
Artist Rank
Atelier van Lieshout  421
Henry Moore  475
Keith Milow  62718



to top Artists most exhibited:
Artist Rank
Phyllida Barlow  1116 3
Jean Arp  187 3



to top Institution's artists also shown at:
Institution
  MoMA - Museum of Modern Art, USA 16 2
  Osborne Samuel, United Kingdom 14 1
  ICA - Institute of Contemporary Arts London, United Kingdom 11 2
  Jousse Entreprise, France 11 1
  Crane Kalman Gallery, United Kingdom 9 1



 
 Public exhibitions   1
22.01. - 20.04. (2 days remaining)
  Solo showVladimir And Georgii Stenberg: Construction For A Spatial Structure VI ('kps6', 1919/73)
 
 Artists
Atelier van Lieshout  NL
Keith Milow  1945, UK
Henry Moore  1898-1986, UK
 
 Previous Exhibitions   89
2013
  Solo showStephen Cripps: Pyrotechnic Sculptor
  Solo showDennis Oppenheim: Thought Collision Factories
  Group showIndifferent Matter: From Object to Sculpture
  Solo showRobert Filliou: The Institute of Endless Possibilities
  Solo showKeir Smith: From Wall to Floor
  Solo showVladimir Markov: Displays and Fictions
  Solo showJean Tinguely: Spiral (1965)

2012
  Solo showSturtevant: Duchamp Bicycle Wheel (1969-1973)
  Solo showHelen Chadwick: Wreaths to Pleasure
  Solo showSarah Lucas: Ordinary Things
  Solo showVlassis Caniaris: 'Composition' (1974)
  Solo showMichael Dean: Government
  Solo showPhyllida Barlow: Bad Copies
  Solo showJohn McCracken: 'IV' (1985) and 'Neon' (1989)

2011
  Solo showNice Style - The World's First Pose Band
  Group showUnited Enemies - The Problem of Sculpture in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s
  Solo showShelagh Cluett - Drawing in Space
  Solo showMario Merz: What Is to Be Done?
  Solo showDarrell Viner: Early Work
  Solo showJean-Marc Bustamante: Dead Calm
  Solo showSavage Messiah - The Creation of Henri Gaudier-Brzeska

2010
  Group showUndone
  Solo showHermann Obrist: Ornament and Line
  Solo showOut of My Mouth: chewing gum sculptures
  Solo showAlan Johnston's wall drawings

2009
Description and image Group showThe New Monumentality: Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Gerard Byrne and Dorit Margreiter
  Solo showConcrete and Poetry: Drawings for an art museum by Lina Bo Bardi
  Solo showAsta Gröting Sculpture: 1987-2008
  Solo showBox, Body, Burial: The sculptural imagination of Keith Arnatt

2008
  Solo showDalou in England: Portraits of Womanhood (1871-1879)
  Group showThe Object Quality of the Problem
  Group showProspects and Interiors: Sculptors’ drawings
  Group showAgainst Nature: The hybrid forms of modern sculpture
  Solo showBy Leafy Ways: Early works by Ivor Abrahams

2007
  Solo showFake/Function Thomas Schütte: Early Work in Leeds
  Solo showIndoors and Out: Bernard Schottlander at HMI
  Group showkissingcousins: an intriguing new show comes to Gallery 4

2006
  Solo showImi Knoebel: Primary Structures 1966/2006
  Solo showCharlotte von Poehl: The Notepiece
  Solo showThe New Man: Alfred Gilbert's Heroic Nudes 1882-1895

2005
  Solo showThomas Woolner: Seeing sculpture through photography
  Solo showJaki Irvine: plans for forgotten works
  Solo showEttore Spalletti - the celebrated Italian artist comes to Leeds

2004
  Solo showCarey Young: Disclaimer

2003
  Solo showLiadin Cooke: Ballroom (ornament)
  Solo showJob Koelewijn: Try and see it your way
  Solo showSimon Periton: Flag

2002
  Solo showChristina Mackie: The Interzone
  Group showSecond Skin: historical life casting and contemporary culture

2001
  Solo showBethan Huws: On What
  Solo showEric Kennington: 'The War God' and other works
  Solo showSiobhan Liddell: Curious About Existence
  Solo showWiebke Siem: Collection
  Solo showLe Corbusier: the sculptural collaboration with Savina

2000
  Solo showChris Evans: Gemini Sculpture Park
  Solo showDwelling Drawings by Etienne-Martin

1999
  Group showSculpture from the New Europe: public sculpture for the 2 Germanies 1945-68
  Solo showAndrea Blum: Mobile Institution
  Solo showClaude Heath: Drawing from Sculpture
  Solo showKatarzyna Kobro
  Solo showSurvivals from a Sculptor's Studio: Jacques Lipchitz (1891 - 1973)
  Solo showHere and Now 3
  Solo showSurvivals from a Sculptor's Studio: Frederick Thrupp (1812 - 1951)

1998
  Solo showHere and Now 2
  Solo showHere and Now 1
  Solo showDavid Cheeseman: The Wherewithal
  Solo showRodin: Rhythm and Ritual

1997
  Solo showMore and Less: the early work of Richard Long
  Solo showRobert Morris: Recent Felt Pieces and Drawings
  Solo showWork in Progress: Michael Kidner
  Solo showPolymonchromes: David Batchelor

1996
  Group showThe Colour of Sculpture
  Solo showDavid Nash: Line of Cut
  Solo showLaurent Pariente
  Solo showThe Sculptures: Jasper Johns
  Group showDuel: Tracy Mackenna and Karla Sachse
  Solo showJames Lee Byars: The Monument to Language
  Group showOn Sculpture and Time: Lauri Antilla, Jussi Heikkila, Markku Kivinen, and Marko Vuokola

1995
  Solo showAuke de Vries
  Solo showPaule Vezelay
  Solo showArp: reliefs
  Solo showStephen Cox: Surfaces and Stones of Egypt
  Solo showGabo's Stones: Naum Gabo
  Solo showJyrki Siukonen: Christmas Sauna & Spots

1994
  Solo showFrank Dobson: Selected Sculpture 1915-54
  Solo showMedardo Rosso
  Solo showSerge Spitzer /Index 1972-1992

1993
  Group showCell. Cella. Celda: Ed Allington, Vittorio Messina, Jaume Plesna and Andrew Sabin
  Solo showSol Le Witt: Sculptures and Drawings 1958-92
 
Last update: 12 March 2014
  • ArtFacts.Net - your experienced service provider

    Since its start in 2001, ArtFacts.Net™ developed a sophisticated artist database through its collaboration with international art fairs, galleries, museums and artists.