Both men have had long and distinguished careers as artists, and reputations as inspiring teachers.
Histories of American and British sculpture are usually told separately, with artists and their work divided by nationality; yet such boundaries obscure a vibrant exchange of ideas, individuals, and aesthetic influences.
In reality, the postwar art world saw dynamic interactions between British and American sculptors, critics, curators, teachers, and institutions.
Using works of art as points of departure, this book explores the international movement of people, objects, and ideas, demonstrating the importance of Anglo-American exchange to the history of postwar sculpture.
Trajectories in Sculpture Object Relations: Welchman Henry Moore in America: She specializes in postwar American and European art, and is completing a book Eccentric Objects: Rethinking Sculpture in s America. He is the author of Rodin: Sculpture in Britain, — Yale University Press, He is also editor of the anthologies From Diversion to Subversion: Her research explores the intersections between sculpture and photography, and the politics of display.
She is the author of an article on contemporary photography and sculpture published in Camerawork,and of David Smith: Martin received a doctorate in the History of Art from Yale University in Her research and writings have engaged several disciplines, including contemporary art, architecture, and twentieth-century British art.
Currently, she is Postdoctoral Research Associate at Vanderbilt University and is working on a manuscript about British art and politics after Her research focuses on representations of race, gender, and nationality in twentieth-century American art and culture.
She coedited Pacific Standard Time: Los Angeles Art — J. Andrews and writes on modern and contemporary sculpture. He is the author of Carl Andre: Critical Texts since Ridinghouse, Her book Henry Moore in America: Her research embraces modern and contemporary sculpture and landscape, and land art, with a focus on work from or in Britain.
His primary research interest is the artistic, cultural, and intellectual production in postwar United States.
He is the author of the manuscript Out of Time: His books include Modernism Relocated:Carl Einstein, having visited Paris before the war and met Picasso, wrote an influential study of African sculpture, Negerplastik (), which addressed the subject from a purely aesthetic standpoint.
‘The art object is real because it is closed form. Her essay “Photography and Sculpture: Portraying Henry Moore” is included in the Russian Academy of Arts’ recent publication The Artist’s Portrait and Self-Portrait.
Joy Sleeman is Senior Lecturer in History and Theory at UCL Slade School of Fine Art, London.
To coincide with the 40th anniversary of our founding we're proud to present Becoming Henry Moore, an exhibition charting the artist’s creative trajectory from until The Henry Moore Foundation was founded by Moore in to increase public enjoyment of the arts, especially sculpture.
Today it opens his restored Hertfordshire home, studios, and sculpture grounds to the public, tours the world's largest collection of his work, and maintains a center for the study of sculpture at the Henry Moore Institute in.
“Henry Moore: Sculpting the 20th Century” examines Moore’s contribution to 20th-century sculpture through works spanning the entirety of his year career. It places special emphasis on his early works, exploring his role as a carver and his dialogue with Surrealism and early abstract art, as well as his impact on popular notions of sculpture .
Within this essay I have been looking at the Henry Moore Exhibition at the Tate Britain in London. As explained in the introduction to the exhibition, this focuses on Moore's career from the s to the s.