The voice of the sculptor is of paramount importance to the study of sculpture, and this 69th issue of the Henry Moore Institute’s journal Essays on Sculpture is committed to that subject.
Artists’ Lives is one of a range of projects run by the British Library’s National Life Stories, a project committed to recording first-hand experiences of as wide a cross-section of society as possible.
The Henry Moore Institute, a centre for the study of sculpture, works with National Life Stories on adding the lives of sculptors into this rich archive.
First published in 1994, Essays on Sculpture form a collection of writings on sculpture, usually embodying a personal – even political – point of view. Some accompany exhibitions, and they also respond to Henry Moore Institute Research Fellowships and the Leeds sculpture collections
Part of the Henry Moore Institute’s Essays on Sculpture series.
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