A rare chance to see the work of Henry Moore at the institute in Leeds. This will be only the fifth display in the institute's 28-year history to focus on Henry Moore's work.

This exhibition brings together a small, focused selection of sculpture, drawings and collages highlighting Henry Moore’s ceaseless investigation into form, material and volume.


Henry Moore Institute

74 The Headrow, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 3AH

01132 467467


Opening times

Sculpture Galleries Tuesday - Sunday 10am–5pm

Research Library Monday - Saturday 10am–5pm, Sunday 1–5pm

Archive of Sculptors' Papers open by appointment

Closed Bank Holidays

To keep our visitors and staff as safe as possible, we are following current Covid secure guidance and implementing a range of measures.

To help us effectively allow for social distancing, we are limiting visitor numbers and are asking all visitors to book tickets in advance.

We have introduced a one way system around the building, with separate entry and exit to the building.

We have temporarily closed the bridge linking Henry Moore Institute and Leeds Art Gallery.

Hand sanitiser is available for your use throughout the building.

To ensure we stay Covid safe, our toilets are not currently in use. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Please wear a face covering throughout your visit.

Please stay safe, give others space to enjoy their visit observe social distancing.

Do not attempt to visit if you are suffering from symptoms of Covid-19.

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