This is a selection of articles discussing or reviewing the Moore at Kew exhibition.
In the Press
Moore at Kew is a really wonderful exhibition and a blueprint for an outdoor art show: hurry to it whether the sun is shining or not.
Henry Moore: In the garden of delights The Telegraph (17/09/2007)
The ambitious, spectacular installation confirms two things. First, Moore is an artist for whom landscape is not just an important backdrop but also an essential component of every piece, with the spaces between, in and around his figures breathing as part of the whole. Second, he is a quintessential English romantic, which is why his oeuvre appears at its most coherent and impressive in this Utopian outdoor setting. Here his work interacts with the organic forms - stones, trees, rocks, pools of water - that inform its structure.
Time for some Moore Financial Times (16/09/2007)
In Kew Gardens’ 300 acres, Henry Moore’s sculptures finally find a home which befits their scale and ambition
Henry Moore in Kew Gardens Times Online (12/09/2007)
in these sylvan settings, as a point of focus here and a retiring accent there, some of the bronzes, particularly the few with a glaucous patina, seem at least comfortably agreeable..... Kew itself is so beautiful and varied... (Brian Sewell review)
500,000 expected for Moore show at Kew Gardens Evening Standard (03/09/2007)
His monumental sculptures grace several public spaces across our city and are seen by thousands of Londoners every day. Now Kew Gardens has installed an exhibition of even more Henry Moores.
Utterly brilliant there probably won't ever be another exhibition like this in London"
Something Moore for the weekend.... (04/10/2007)
In the Henry Moore brochure Kew hands out, it says that Moore designed Oval with Points because he was inspired by an elephant skull. Well, clearly the brochure is just indulging in crazy talk, because everyone in college knew that if you viewed Oval from a side angle, you’d find only Richard Nixon’s nose
Henry Moore exhibit at Kew Gardens, by An American in London (03/10/2007)