(left) Four plaster Upright Motives in the Top Studio at Perry Green. Photo: Errol Jackson. Reproduced thanks to the Henry Moore Foundation and (right) James Copper

Exhibition Tour: Henry Moore. Material and Process

  • Sat 18 June – Thu 14 July 2022
  • 10 am – 6 pm

A tour with James Copper, Sculpture Conservator and Senior Technician of the Henry Moore Foundation. 

Join James Copper on a tour of our exhibition ‘Henry Moore. Sharing Form’. Copper will share his knowledge and expertise on Moore’s use of material and process, delving into the technicalities of creating and conserving artworks.

This event is free, however please book a ticket in advance.

‘Henry Moore. Sharing Form’ until 4 Sep 2022.

Hauser & Wirth Somerset presents a major exhibition of works by Henry Moore, curated by Hannah Higham of the Henry Moore Foundation in collaboration with the artist’s daughter Mary Moore. A comprehensive survey spanning six decades will extend across all five gallery spaces, in addition to an open-air presentation of seminal works.

About James Copper

James Copper has been involved with the Henry Moore Foundation for over 30 years. His godfather, John Farnham, was one of Moore's assistants, which led him to a lifelong education in sculpture.

Currently the Foundation's lead sculpture conservator and senior technician, Copper's deep knowledge and understanding of Moore's practice and use of materials has positioned him as a world expert on installing, restoring, and conserving Moore's work.