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Henry Moore Institute

Public Institution
Henry Moore Institute
74 The Headrow
Leeds LS1 3AH
United Kingdom
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to top Institutions highest ranked artists:
Artist Rank
Atelier van Lieshout  455
Henry Moore  478
Stuart Brisley  3979
Keith Milow  65473



to top Artists most exhibited:
Artist Rank
Tony Cragg  68 3
Phyllida Barlow  1225 3
Jean Arp  193 3
Sarah Lucas  258 3
Richard Long  75 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 13 3
  Jousse Entreprise, France 11 1
  Crane Kalman Gallery, United Kingdom 9 1



 
 Public exhibitions   2
24.07. - 19.10. (begins tomorrow)
Description Solo showGego. Line as Object

01.05. - 26.10. (still more than 3 months)
  Group showBody & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art
 
 Artists
Atelier van Lieshout  NL
Stuart Brisley  1933, UK
Keith Milow  1945, UK
Henry Moore  1898-1986, UK
 
 Previous Exhibitions   89
2014
  Solo showVladimir And Georgii Stenberg: Construction For A Spatial Structure VI ('kps6', 1919/73)

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

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: 8 July 2014
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