Sculpture in Painting

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

2009

The only exhibition to be held at Henry Moore Institute that has not included sculpture, this transhistorical exhibition explored the depiction of sculpture in paintings. I coordinated the initial research that culminated in the exhibition, involving several workshops in London, Edinburgh and Leeds with a variety of academics and art historians. My essay, “Boris Taslitzky: Head of Géricault by Lipchitz” was published in the catalogue which can be seen here.

The exhibition was featured in:

Financial Times

Culture24

Installation view,  Sculpture in Painting . Henry Moore Institute, 2009. Courtesy the Henry Moore Foundation. Photo: Jerry Hardman-Jones

Installation view, Sculpture in Painting. Henry Moore Institute, 2009. Courtesy the Henry Moore Foundation. Photo: Jerry Hardman-Jones

Installation view,  Sculpture in Painting . Henry Moore Institute, 2009. Courtesy the Henry Moore Foundation. Photo: Jerry Hardman-Jones

Installation view, Sculpture in Painting. Henry Moore Institute, 2009. Courtesy the Henry Moore Foundation. Photo: Jerry Hardman-Jones