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Exhibitions and events at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds.

A young boy wearing yellow walks through Lungiswa Gqunta’s sculpture 'Ntabamanzi', made from barbed wire and blue wool. The sculpture is designed to look like a wave breaking against the wall of the gallery.

Current exhibitions

All our exhibitions are free to visit.

Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness
A woman walks through Lungiswa Gqunta’s sculpture 'Ntabamanzi', made from barbed wire and blue wool. The sculpture is designed to look like a wave breaking against the wall of the gallery.

Exhibition

Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness

Main Galleries
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

Upcoming events

We hold talks, conferences & family-friendly workshops at our venue in Leeds and online.
Events respond to our exhibitions, or form part of our current research season.

Online events FAQs

Exhibition tour of Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness
Detail of Lungiswa Gqunta's installation 'Zinodaka', showing an amophous, clear glass sculpture resting on a bed of dried, cracked clay.
Part of Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness
Part of Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness

Event

Exhibition tour of Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness

18:00–19:00

Book your free ticket

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Light Night 2022

Event

Light Night 2022

Open until 21:00

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Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Art Social: African Landscapes

Teacher CPD session

Art Social: African Landscapes

17:00–18:30

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Lungiswa Gqunta in conversation with Melanie Keen
Artist Lungiswa Gqunta crouches by her work.
Part of Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness
Part of Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness

Event

Lungiswa Gqunta in conversation with Melanie Keen

18:00–19:00

Book your free ticket

Online
Family workshop: Water Painting
Part of Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness
Part of Lungiswa Gqunta: Sleep in Witness

Family-friendly workshop

Family workshop: Water Painting

10:30–12:30 and 14:00–16:00

Book your free ticket

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

Future exhibitions

Claye Bowler: Top

Exhibition

Claye Bowler: Top

Gallery 4
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
The Colour of Anxiety: Race, Sexuality and Disorder in Victorian Sculpture
Statue of an African woman stading with her arms behind her head, carrying a jug on top of her head. The woman is sculptued in onyx, her floor-length dress in marble, and the jug in bronze.

Exhibition

The Colour of Anxiety: Race, Sexuality and Disorder in Victorian Sculpture

Main Galleries
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

Visit us

The Henry Moore Institute

Experience, study and enjoy sculpture from around the world in the centre of Leeds.

74 The Headrow
Leeds
LS1 3AH
United Kingdom

T:  01132 467 467
E:  reception@henry-moore.org