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Artists take over sculptor’s home

Contemporary artists have taken over the house of sculptor Henry Moore in Much Hadham, England. Works by 18 leading artists, including performance artists’ live installations, make up the exhibition entitled ‘Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art’ at the Henry Moore Foundation. Moore lived and worked there until his death in 1986.

Artists take over sculptor’s home
Performance artist Matthias Sperling performs the live installation 'To Hand' in the exhibition 'Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art' at The Henry Moore Foundation on April 29, 2014 in Much Hadham, England. The exhibition is the first time that contemporary artists have been shown at The Henry Moore Foundation, where Moore lived and worked until his death in 1986. Works by 18 leading contemporary artists are exhibited alongside Henry Moore's sculptures. (Getty Images)
Artists take over sculptor’s home
A woman views an artwork by Damien Hirst entitled 'Mother and Child Divided' as part of the exhibition 'Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art' at The Henry Moore Foundation on April 29, 2014 in Much Hadham, England. The exhibition is the first time that contemporary artists have been shown at The Henry Moore Foundation, where Moore lived and worked until his death in 1986. Works by 18 leading contemporary artists are exhibited alongside Henry Moore's sculptures. (Getty Images)
Artists take over sculptor’s home
A man cleans a sculpture by Henry Moore entitled 'Goslar Warrior' as part of the exhibition 'Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art' at The Henry Moore Foundation on April 29, 2014 in Much Hadham, England. The exhibition is the first time that contemporary artists have been shown at The Henry Moore Foundation, where Moore lived and worked until his death in 1986. Works by 18 leading contemporary artists are exhibited alongside Henry Moore's sculptures. (Getty Images)
Artists take over sculptor’s home
A woman views a sculpture by Richard Deacon entitled 'Associate' as part of the exhibition 'Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art' at The Henry Moore Foundation on April 29, 2014 in Much Hadham, England. The exhibition is the first time that contemporary artists have been shown at The Henry Moore Foundation, where Moore lived and worked until his death in 1986. Works by 18 leading contemporary artists are exhibited alongside Henry Moore's sculptures. (Getty Images)
Artists take over sculptor’s home
A man mows the lawn next to the sculpture by Henry Moore entitled 'Double Oval' as part of the exhibition 'Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art' at The Henry Moore Foundation on April 29, 2014 in Much Hadham, England. The exhibition is the first time that contemporary artists have been shown at The Henry Moore Foundation, where Moore lived and worked until his death in 1986. Works by 18 leading contemporary artists are exhibited alongside Henry Moore's sculptures. (Getty Images)
Artists take over sculptor’s home
A woman views a sculpture by Tony Cragg entitled 'Early Forms St Gallen' as part of the exhibition 'Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art' at The Henry Moore Foundation on April 29, 2014 in Much Hadham, England. The exhibition is the first time that contemporary artists have been shown at The Henry Moore Foundation, where Moore lived and worked until his death in 1986. Works by 18 leading contemporary artists are exhibited alongside Henry Moore's sculptures. (Getty Images)
Artists take over sculptor’s home
Sheep investigate a sculpture by Richard Deacon entitled 'Associate' as part of the exhibition 'Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art' at The Henry Moore Foundation on April 29, 2014 in Much Hadham, England. The exhibition is the first time that contemporary artists have been shown at The Henry Moore Foundation, where Moore lived and worked until his death in 1986. Works by 18 leading contemporary artists are exhibited alongside Henry Moore's sculptures. (Getty Images)
Artists take over sculptor’s home
A sculpture by Henry Moore entitled 'Family Group' which is part of the exhibition 'Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art' at The Henry Moore Foundation on April 29, 2014 in Much Hadham, England. The exhibition is the first time that contemporary artists have been shown at The Henry Moore Foundation, where Moore lived and worked until his death in 1986. Works by 18 leading contemporary artists are exhibited alongside Henry Moore's sculptures. (Getty Images)