YORK, UK – Described as ‘radical, experimental and
avant-garde’, Henry Moore was by far one of the leading British artists of his
generation. Celebrated and commissioned worldwide, his work introduced Modernism
to a wide public and contributed to a seismic shift in sculpture
practice. Moore’s work has been the subject of extensive exhibitions
worldwide, from a large retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in
1946, to the most recent at Tate Britain, which opens on 24 February this year.