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A corten steel sculpture made up of the letters 'LOVE' repeated and stacked in a square format. The sculpture is set on a grassy mound with a stone building behind.

Robert Indiana: Sculpture 1958-2018

08.11.2022, by Abi Mitchell

A windowed exhibition space with sculptures of black beams forming the outline of a house, with spikes on the outside of the beams

Callout: Corridor8/ The Art House Writing Residency 2022


A tall white column on a stepped plinth, covered in delicate sculptures, sits in the middle of a light gallery space with two windows.

­­­Rachel Kneebone: 399 Days

07.04.2022, by Gertrude Gibbons

A free-embroidered quilt of hexegons with text written in some of them and cell like structures across them.

Between Houses

22.11.2021, by Sheena Hussain

The artist stands beside a wavy sculptural wall installation, backlit.

YSI 2021: A summer of sculpture

14.10.2021, by Abi Mitchell

An image of wooden block engraved in upper case letters are arranged in a short stack. They say: 'Whisper a secret to something. See if they whisper back?'.

Idit Nathan and Helen Stratford: Further Afield

14.10.2021, by Joanna Jowett

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 bronze sculptures of elaborate Afro hairstyles for women mounted on short and colourful wooden sticks.

A Body on the Ground: an interview with Kedisha Coakley

29.04.2021, by Even Allen

A vase with two handles in a shiny black glaze, on a white background.

Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things

26.03.2019, by Dr Samantha Broadhead

An installation in a gallery, with white walls and floor. There are several sculptures throughout the room, and two large inflatable panels.

Yoke: Undercurrent

28.02.2019, by Karen Tobias-Green

A visitor stands looking at a white sculpture hanging in a gallery space.

The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture 2018

05.12.2018, by Paula Chambers

An old fashioned computer screen showing a person's face with dark hair flowing out around them. Their face is being manipulated and squashed by clear tape, applied by hands at the edges of the screen.

Mitra Saboury: Growth Spurt

30.09.2018, by Karen Tobias-Green

View of a gallery with white walls and floor. There are several sculptural works on display, including a metal screen that partly obscures the view.

Simona Brinkmann: Override & Ellie Collins: Sweepings

28.04.2018, by Karen Tobias-Green

Two people stand in a darkened room, with a white light shining through them.

Anthony McCall: Solid Light Works

20.03.2018, by Gertrude Gibbons

A painting in green on a white background showing a frog. Text reads: 'frog king john'

School Prints

14.02.2018, by Natalie Bradbury

Two soft white shapes interlocking, as though embracing. They rest on a blue plinth.

Veronica Ryan: Salvage

01.01.2018, by Karen Tobias-Green

A metal cage in a woodland landscape.

Alfredo Jaar: The Garden of Good and Evil

23.12.2017, by Selina Oakes

Portrait of a white man with white hair and moustache, wearing a denim jacket. Adorning his jacket and on a headband are four hands made from neon.

Michael Flechtner: Animating Neon

28.11.2017, by Lisa-Marie Dickinson

A person looks directly at a sculpture lit from within. The work has lips and a chin, surrounded by abstract shapes in blue, pink and green.

Alina Szapocznikow: Human Landscapes

08.11.2017, by Liam McCabe

A vinyl applied to a wall that reproduces the title of a book: 'Lsaw is a bottomless pit: or, the History of John Bull.'


27.06.2017, by Lisa-Marie Dickinson

A photograph of the Hepworth Wakefield building, which is made up of low grey blocks in front of the river.

Art, Audience and Economy: How should we value the arts in the North of England?

02.06.2017, by Tom Hopkin

A series of long fabric hangings displayed in a gallery space. The fabrics are in shades of black, grey, red, green and pink.

Disobedient Bodies: JW Anderson Curates The Hepworth Wakefield

24.03.2017, by Elspeth Mitchell

The Rhubarb Triangle and Other Stories: Photographs by Martin Parr

10.03.2016, by Laurence Piercy

Wild girl: Gertrude Hermes

04.03.2016, by Rebecca Barwell

Magali Reus: Particle of Inch

12.10.2015, by Clare Nadal

Plaster: Casts and Copies

13.07.2015, by Clare Nadal

Lynda Benglis

15.05.2015, by Amy Tobin

Haggard Caravan – The Calder, The Hepworth Wakefield


Channer, Hutchins, Linder At Hepworth Wakefield


James Capper – Divisions, Yorkshire Sculpture Park


Launch of COPY: Charts,Yor​kshire Sculpture Park, 17.11.12


Pecha Kucha Night Wakefield #6: Prized Possessions