“Tactile experience as a very important aesthetic dimension in sculpture“
"In the exhibition “This Living Hand“ in the Henry Moore Studios & Gardens curated by Edmund de Waal, visitors are invited to touch the works in stone and bronze
Visitors are encouraged to explore the role of touch in Henry Moore’s sculpture in “This Living Hand“, a new exhibition curated by acclaimed artist and author Edmund de Waal. The show takes place through October 31, 2021, in the Henry Moore Studios & Gardens in Perry Green, Hertfordshire (...).
Moore believed that “tactile experience is very important as an aesthetic dimension in sculpture.” Throughout his career, he repeatedly emphasized the importance of experiencing sculpture haptically, and often returned to the hand as a subject in his sculpture and drawings, studying its expressive power and symbolic values as Auguste Rodin and Michelangelo (...). "
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By: Ricardo Rebelo, commercial