HENRY MOORE AND THE CLASSICAL CANON OF MODERN SCULPTUREThe edition accompanies the exhibition "Henry Moore and the Classical Canon of Modern Sculpture", dedicated to the art of the greatest XXth-century artist, who had established new approaches, new themes and new sources of inspiration in the world of Western European sculpture.

The catalogue presents over 80 artworks from collections of the Henry Moore Foundation, the British Council, the Tate Gallery, the British Museum and gives a retrospective of the Moore's career and oeuvre, from his early carvings in stone, wood and marble, to experiments into biomorphic surrealism in the 1930s, investigations into constructivism, abstract and figurative sculptures from the 1980s. The edition also includes images of the Moor's graphics and drawings, informative essays on the work of Henry Moore by leading British scholars, newly commissioned texts from Dawn Ades, Chris Stephens, Jeremy Lewison, and Anita Feldman an interview with Mary Moore, the artist's daughter, as well as extracts from Henry Moore's writings and conversations on art.