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Moscow Kremlin Gets Ready for Henry Moore Exhibition
5.05.2010 13:00
Moscow Kremlin Gets Ready for Henry Moore Exhibition
Henry Moore

In February, 2012 Museums of Moscow Kremlin will display works by the outstanding representative of art culture of the 20th century Henry Moore.
      The exposition which will include works from collections of the British Council and Henry Moore Foundation will be of retrospective character. The visitors will see sculptures of the early period of the artists career, dating back to the 1920s-30s, sculptures of the surrealistic period, works of war and post-war years, drawings and Gobelin tapestries.
      Henry Moore gained international recognition after the end of World War Two. His innovative approach manifested itself in skilful conveyance of the interaction of a sculptural object with the space around it. Though with the lapse of time the sculptor turned to abstraction, his works never lost touch with nature.


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