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

Collaborate with us

The types of exhibitions we can offer are numerous, and each can be tailored to the specific requirements of your institution.

From working in partnership to craft new exhibitions, to loans of single works or curated thematic shows, our team is well-equipped to meet your needs.

An abstract sculpture by Henry Moore, carved from stone with a void in the centre. Behind this is a painting by Georgia O'Keeffe of flowers, antlers and bones, done in soft shades of cream, white and blue. Text on the wall reads

Curate new, bespoke exhibitions

Work in partnership with our curatorial team to craft new exhibitions, tailored to your exact requirements.

The richness and diversity of the Foundation’s collection gives us the ability to generate complete exhibitions based on large and representative groups of work.

A tall, bronze sculpture of an abstract standing figure by Henry Moore, displayed on a manicured lawn in an English sculpture garden.

Loans of individual works

Our collection contains thousands of works by Moore, from monumental sculpture to maquettes, drawings, graphics and textile works.

Take a single sculpture on loan, or show works by Moore alongside other artists in group exhibitions.

Wide shot of a large gallery space, filled with large figurative sculptures by Henry Moore, carved from wood and stone.

Take a complete exhibition on tour

We’ve worked on hundreds of critically acclaimed Henry Moore exhibitions over the years.

We can offer pre-curated exhibition packages based around different topics, themes and materials, suitable for indoor or outdoor display.

About the Henry Moore Collection

The Henry Moore Foundation holds one of the largest and most comprehensive single-artist collections in the world.

First formed in 1977, when Moore donated the artwork still in his possession to the Foundation, the collection has grown over the years by further gifts and acquisitions.

Today our collection consists of around 15,000 works by Henry Moore, including sculpture, maquettes, drawings, prints, tapestries, textiles and studio materials.

A studio photo of a small plaster sculptural model of an abstract helmeted head.


Our collection of sculpture comprises around 1,200 works, including bronzes, carvings and plasters of all sizes.


Our extensive works on paper collection holds over 4,000 individual works in a variety of media, as well as complete sketchbooks.

A photo of a lithographic print, showing 17 abstract reclining figures in olive green, grey, yellow and red tones, against a buff / grey background


Over 8,000 items, including complete sets of all lithographs and etchings, portfolios and numerous states, proofs and plates.

A blue toned tapestry, Three Fates by Henry Moore, hanging in a wood beamed barn with skylight above.


We own many examples of Moore’s textiles and a series of ten large-scale tapestrie, translated by skilled weavers from original drawings by Moore.

Shelves inside Henry Moore's Bourne Maquette Studio displaying plaster sculpture models and found objects.


We are the custodians of Moore’s former studios, including tools, unfinished maquettes, found objects and other materials.


The Henry Moore Archive is home to over one million items, including publications, images, correspondence and other artefacts.

Previous exhibitions

If you’re looking for inspiration, check out our archive of past Henry Moore exhibitions.

See more examples of Henry Moore exhibitions

Commercial licensing and merchandise

We can provide a variety of merchandising options to compliment any exhibition on Moore.

We have dozens of books exploring the many different facets of Henry Moore’s life and work, as well as themed gifts, homeware, fashion items and much more.

Conducting new research

We can help facilitate new research into Henry Moore. Our archive contains over three-quarters of a million items, from press and publications to audio, film and photographic material.

Image and video licensing

We have photographic records of Moore’s life and work, including nearly all of his artworks and exhibitions, as well as thousands of photographs of Moore himself. Images are available for research or to license for publication.

We can also provide you with video footage to assist in making promotional films, from archive footage of Moore to contemporary high-definition footage of his life and work at Henry Moore Studios & Gardens.


Find out more about image licensing

Get in touch

If you’d like to discuss working with us on an exhibition, or just have questions, we’d love to hear from you.

Please contact Sebastiano Barassi, Head of Henry Moore Collections & Programmes: