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Nature and Inspiration: Henry Moore at Houghton Hall Related Press Nature and Inspiration: Henry Moore at Houghton Hall 30 October 2019, Gagosian Quarterly

Nature was always at the heart of [Henry Moore][0]'s artistic vision. Throughout his career his unique and innovative visual language was based on the reinterpretation of organic forms, be they the hu

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The art of lying down Related Press The art of lying down 16 March 2017, Apollo Magazine

How did you come to curate this section of the fair? I was invited by Hidde van Seggelen, who's on the board of TEFAF and is trying to bring new things to the fair – new galleries and maybe dif

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Contemporary Chinese artists take over Cass Sculpture Foundation Related Press Contemporary Chinese artists take over Cass Sculpture Foundation 6 July 2016, Wallpaper*

Now in their 90s, art patrons Wilfred and Jeannette Cass have opened their most ambitious exhibition ever. A Beautiful Disorder, on show at the Cass Sculpture Foundation in Sussex features the monumental works of 18 leading Chinese artists.

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Nuclear powered: the art of the atomic age Related Press Nuclear powered: the art of the atomic age 17 February 2016, Apollo magazine

The bronze plume of Henry Moore’s Nuclear Energy (1964–66) stands a mile to the west of Lake Michigan, atomic vapour frozen solid in the shore wind. It occupies a bare plaza in the middle of the University of Chicago, surrounded by residential halls and faculty buildings. ‘Occupies’ is the right word: Moore’s monument...

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Simple Forms: The Mori Museum of Art contemplates beauty Related Press Simple Forms: The Mori Museum of Art contemplates beauty 8 June 2015, Metropolis Japan

Stanley Kubrick’s seminal film 2001: A Space Odyssey presents a particularly powerful vision of mankind’s trajectory because it so brilliantly simplifies. The classic moment in the film, in which the entire history of mankind is encompassed in a single jump cut between an ape throwing a bone up into the air and a space station spinning...

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