Antony Gormley

BODY & VOID: ECHOES OF MOORE IN CONTEMPORARY ART, HENRY MOORE FOUNDATION, PERRY GREEN, ENGLAND, 2014

01 May - 26 October 2014

Antony Gormley exhibited two early sculptures - SENSE (1991) and STILL FEELING [CORNER] (1993) - and one drawing - CAVE (1987) - in BODY & VOID: ECHOES OF MOORE IN CONTEMPORARY ART.

This exhibition explored Moore's legacy and feature some of the most recognised names in contemporary art from Bruce Nauman and Bruce McLean to Tony Cragg, Richard Deacon, Antony Gormley, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Richard Long and Rachel Whiteread, as well as Keith Coventry, Paul McDevitt, Roger Hiorns, Paul Noble, and Simon Starling. BODY & VOID drew connections between Moore's investigation of internal space and his concept of sculpture as a journey, and revealed how these ideas have been taken in new directions by subsequent generations of artists.

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SENSE, 1991; STILL FEELING [CORNER], 1993; CAVE, 1987

SENSE, 1991; STILL FEELING [CORNER], 1993; CAVE, 1987
Installation view, Henry Moore Foundation, Perry Green, England, 2014
Photograph by Jonty Wilde

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