Travel: More Moore
Saturday 13 June 1998
British Museum (0171-636 1555): until 30 September. Moore's King and Queen, 1952-53, on loan from the Tate Gallery, can be seen along with a small group of bronze and plaster maquettes in the original display cases that he used in the Twenties, juxtaposed with ancient relics.
Wakefield Art Gallery (01924 305904), Photographs by Henry Moore, 1 August-13 September: This explores Moore's use of photography in developing his major works and working out the "to scale" pieces in the landscape.
Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, Norwich (01603 593199), Friendships and Influences, 13 October-13 December. Here you can see how much Epstein and Brancusi inspired Moore, and note the effects on the sculptor of his friendship with Sir Robert Sainsbury, as well as the special influence of Pre-Columbian artefacts.
National Touring Exhibition from the Hayward, Henry Moore in Perspective. On display will be 46 maquettes, six working models and 25 graphics, which are divided into seven groups representing key subjects and periods in Moore's career. Exhibitions will be held at: Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Nottingham (0115-915 3700): 6-19 July; Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery (0117-922 3571), 25 July-6 September; University of Northumbria, Newcastle (0191-227 4424), 12 September-25 October; Art Gallery and Museum, Brighton (01273 292850), 31 October-10 January.
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