Henry Moore: The Sixties is a fascinating insight into Moore's life during this pivotal decade, which saw increasing global demand for his work.

In the 1960s, Moore embraced new materials and techniques which enabled him to work on an increasingly monumental scale. He incorporated a greater degree of abstraction in his work and satisfied an enormous global demand for his art, which sometimes generated controversy.

This exhibition will feature rarely seen sculptures, drawings, graphics and a wealth of archive material drawn entirely from the Henry Moore Foundation collections to illuminate the innovation of an artist at the height of his career.

Of the 30 sculptures on show, highlights include the never-before-exhibited plaster for Large Spindle Piece (1968), and the working models for some of Moore's most important, international commissions. Over 20 drawings and graphics will reveal Moore’s incredible use of colour and experiments with new materials such as felt-pens.

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Sculpture


Henry Moore Studios & Gardens

Perry Green, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, SG10 6EE

01279 843333

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Opening times

Friday 1 April to Sunday 30 October 2022

Wednesdays to Sundays and Bank Holidays, 11am - 5pm

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens introduced 60 minute entry slots in response to Covid 19. These will continue into 2022.

To help reduce queuing, please book online when possible, and arrive within your entry slot

Tickets are also available on arrival at the visitor centre.

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25% off entry
£16
£12
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