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The Henry Moore Institute in Leeds is closed for refurbishment until Summer 2024.

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Exhibitions and events at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds.

The Institute is currently closed for refurbishment, and will reopen in summer 2024.

During this time, we’re running off-site events as part of our research season ‘Brâncuși and Britain’.

Temporary closure

The Henry Moore Institute is closed for refurbishment until 12 July 2024.

Our next research season, ‘Brâncuși and Britain’, will be running off-site from February to June 2024, with online discussions and in-person conferences.

While our galleries are closed, the Archive of Sculptors’ Papers and Sculpture Research Library will open by appointment only.

Upcoming events

Our galleries are closed until summer 2024. During this time, our research season ‘Brâncuși and Britain’ will be running off-site from February to June 2024, with online discussions and in-person conferences.

Online events FAQs

Brâncuşi, Britain and the Idea of Modern Sculpture
Black and white photo of five older men wearing suits. Henry Moore, Frank McEwan, Herbert Read and Paul Eluard stand to the right, with Constantin Brâncuşi to the left. He has a large beard and holds a hat in his hands.
Part of Brâncuşi and Britain
Part of Brâncuşi and Britain

Conference

Brâncuşi, Britain and the Idea of Modern Sculpture

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Studios & Gardens, Hertfordshire
Henry Moore Institute reopening party
A sculpture of a collection of coloured stones with what appears to be string wrapped around it

Opening night

Henry Moore Institute reopening party

18:00–20:00

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Monuments in Conversation: Westminster Abbey in the Eighteenth Century
Interior of a church showing numerous stone-carved figurative monuments, plaques, and relief sculpture.

Conference

Monuments in Conversation: Westminster Abbey in the Eighteenth Century

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Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

Future exhibitions

Our galleries will reopen after major refurbishment in July 2024.

Hany Armanious: Stone Soup
A sculpture of a table tennis on a stand which appears to be made from upright bottle corks

Exhibition

Hany Armanious: Stone Soup

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Sculpture Galleries
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Sculpting Royalty: Hew Locke and Mary Thornycroft

Exhibition

Sculpting Royalty: Hew Locke and Mary Thornycroft

Study Gallery
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
The Traumatic Surreal
A ceramic sculpture of a brown dog standing upright and staring to the right. Soft cream gauze bandage spills from its stomach and back.

Exhibition

The Traumatic Surreal

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Sculpture Galleries
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

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Henry Moore Institute

The Henry Moore Institute is currently closed for refurbishment until summer 2024.

74 The Headrow
Leeds
LS1 3AH
United Kingdom

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