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Sculpture

Henry Moore and Auguste Rodin: Moore Rodin - Henry Moore Foundation

The Henry Moore Foundation will present 'Moore Rodin', a major exhibition which compares the work of Moore with one of the pioneers of modern sculpture – Auguste Rodin, running from 29 March – 27 October 2013. This will be the first time that anoth

Henry Moore talks about Rodin's irresistible influence - from the archive

Rodin and Moore changed sculpture for ever. As their work comes together for the first time, we reprint a rare interview from 1970, in which Moore talks to future Tate director Alan Bowness about erotic excitement – and how Rodin ripped off Michelangelo

Henry Moore and Auguste Rodin: a match made in Hertfordshire - in pictures

A major new exhibition at the Henry Moore Foundation in rural Perry Green pits Moore's reclining figures against Rodin's Burghers

Iraq's isolated artists set for Venice showcase

Eleven artists selected for Welcome to Iraq pavilion include cartoonist, photographer and sculptors A political cartoonist whose work satirises the everyday struggle of life in post-war Baghdad and a photographer who explores the emotional legacy of Sadd

Juan Munoz: Conversation Piece III - Turner Contemporary

Artist Juan Munoz is well known for his unsettling sculptures set in architectural settings. For this display, the sculptures are slightly smaller than life size and are placed as though they are frozen in mid-conversation. The aim of the works is to

Will David Bowie attend his best-selling show? Curators try to entice the Thin White Duke to the seat with the clearest view

David Bowie has already broken records for the V&A and the major retrospective of his career has not even opened yet. Whether the man himself will attend remains a mystery, and today the curators begged the media to help entice the Thin White Duke to the

Richard Long: Land Art - Whitworth Art Gallery

It was Richard Long who most emphatically changed the artist’s view from that of observing the landscape to journeying through it in his 1967 work A Line Made by Walking. With Robert Smithson, Walter De Maria, Nancy Holt and other artists in Europe and

Philippe Starck: 'I couldn't care less about my life'

The designer explains why he's not motivated by money but by good design I met Philippe Starck at his gleaming white studio in Paris. After introducing us to his wife Jasmine, he asked what he could do for us. This was not some pose. Starck is convinced

William Turnbull, Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, review

William Turnball's Sixties sculptures offer an invigorating contrast with their Chatsworth House surroundings, writes Alastair Sooke.

The Strand Weekend: Anais Mitchell and Jefferson Hamer

The two American songwriters talk to us about their current release Child Ballads.