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A black woman, with her hair tied up, stands in front of a sculpture in a church. Her arms are raised as though she is conducting music or dancing.

Preview: Yorkshire Sculpture International Summer 2021 Programme

07.07.2021, by Tessa Norton

A series of white abstract and geometric sculptures in a white gallery space.

Edward Allington: Things Unsaid 

29.11.2019, by Tessa Norton

A fabric banner held up by a black woman on a beach. The banner is orange and reads 'be at the hand of might'

Yorkshire Sculpture International at the Henry Moore Institute

09.09.2019, by Pamela Crowe

A black and white image of a body in the crab position. The back of their head and arms are visible to the viewer, while the rest of their body is foreshortened. Protruding from their body, and extending up onto the walls, are black fabric strings.

Senga Nengudi

28.10.2018, by Rachel Graves

A white plinth featuring three sculptures made from bottles and wire.

Jiro Takamatsu: The Temperature of Sculpture

29.08.2017, by Saffron Ward

View of a gallery with multiple freestanding sculptures positioned throughout. The works all relate to the body and figure, with many featuring human limbs.

Aleksandra Domanović: Votives

11.04.2017, by Simon Boase

A sculpture of the gorilla character King Kong. The gorilla's arms are outstretched. The background is a black tiled building.

Latent Voices: How public art of the past can speak in the present

Henry Moore Institute, BALTIC, Bessie Surtees House

14.02.2017, by Amelia Crouch

Eleanor Antin

22.10.2016, by Michaela Hall

My Own Mag: Jeff Nuttall and the British Underground Scene

13.05.2016, by Thom Robinson

A Lesson in Sculpture with John Latham

25.04.2016, by Laurence Piercy

A black and white photograph of railway infrastructure.

Katrina Palmer, The Necropolitan Line

21.12.2015, by Anna Ratcliffe

Paul Neagu: Palpable Sculpture

19.11.2015, by Clare Nadal

Gego. Line as Object, The Henry Moore Institute


Two green topped tables in a gallery space. Each has a bronze bust on. There are a number of pieces on the large white walls behind.

Nicolas Deshayes, Crude Oil, S1 Artspace

18.09.2013, by Lesley Guy

Indifferent Matter – From Objects to Sculpture, Henry Moore Institute


Helen Chadwick at Henry Moore Institute