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Works from the Museum Collection: The Sculptures of Moore, Rosso and other Influential Artists
Wed, 7 Mar 2018 - Mon, 14 Jan 2019
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Henry Moore was a giant of 20th Century sculpture who emphasized the essence of sculpture as an outdoor art. Medardo Rosso expanded the concepts and expressive possibilities of sculpture, leaving behind a significant legacy.
 This exhibition of 23 works from the museum's collection focuses on these two influential artists while also featuring pieces by other sculptors such as Ipousteguy and Wunderlich.

Henry Moore Collection

"When you are out in the open air in the sun, rain, and the clouds... this, I think, helps people to appreciate that sculpture is part of life."
This is the message that Henry Moore sent to The Hakone Open-Air Museum on the occasion of the establishment of the Henry Moore Grand Prize Exhibition, an international competitive sculpture exhibition run by the museum, initiated in 1979. This message reflects the museum's philosophy.
Henry Moore (1898-1986), a British sculptor, believed that sculpture is an art of the open air. Moore used objects that he found outside created by the power of nature, including small stones, seashells, driftwood, animal bones, and flint, as a never-ending source of inspiration. Moore's sculptures are influenced by three major themes: ‘mother and child’, ‘reclining figures’ and ‘internal-external forms’. To produce his work, he first developed ideas taken from natural objects such as small stones and bones. He would then create a small maquette (template model) of a size that could fit on the palm of the hand. Then, while imagining how the work would look when placed outdoors, he would produce an intermediate-sized model, before going on to select particular works for further enlargement into a full-size outdoor installation of between two and five meters in size.


《Three Standing Figures》1953


《Picture Frame: Roman Matron》1977


《Draped Reclining Figure》1957

Medardo Rosso Collection
 
Medardo Rosso, an Italian Sculptor (1858-1928) opened up new potential in the world of sculpture at the turn of the 19th to the 20th century. Much of his work is small in size, and the pieces look unfinished owing to the technique and materials. His sculpture reflects the moments of joy and sorrow of the ordinary person as if they were sketches. It evokes the viewer’s visual memories, leaving an unforgettable impression.

Rosso’s interest is not in interpreting the subject in the usual three dimensions. Instead, he uses the direct effect of light on the sculpture itself in order to create an indelible impression of the real-life instant that is the theme of the work. Rosso defines the point from which he wishes his work to be seen, and broadened the framework of sculptural idea and expression, using painterly techniques such as shading and fading.


《Bambino alle Cucine Economiche》1893


《Bambino Ebreo》1892-93


《La Portinaia》c.1883

Work

ArtistTitleDateSize(cm)Materials
1st Floor
1Jean Dubuffet
- Tue, 10 Apr
L'Ambassade
L Tarabiscot (groove plane)
Mid Clochepoche (single pocket)
R L’Ambulant (the peddler)
1975L 194×128×73
Mid 212×119×48
R 200×116×45
epoxy resin, polyurethane paint
2Arman (Armand Fernandez)
- Tue, 10 Apr
Robot Portrait of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart1991239.4×172.7×63.5mixed media
Mezzanine
3Jean-Robert IpousteguyLa Femme au Bain196638.1×28.4×16bronze
2nd Floor
4Paul WunderlichGrande Victoire1976156.5×35×27bronze
5Medardo Rosso

Lo Scaccino188338.2×27.9×12.7wax, plaster
6Medardo RossoGrande Rieuse189153.9×50.8×15.2plaste
7Medardo RossoMalato all'Ospedale188920.8×17.8×28.4wax, plaster
8Medardo RossoBambino Ebreo1892-9323.7×10.9×13.2wax, plaster
9Medardo RossoLa Portinaiacirca 1883-8438.1×28.4×16wax, plaster
10Medardo RossoLa Portinaia188335×34×23bronze
11Medardo RossoBambino alle Cucine Economiche189344×46×30bronze
12Medardo RossoIl Vecchio188328.8×16×17.8bronze
13Medardo RossoRieuse189035.5×23.3×25.4bronze
14Medardo RossoLa Ruffiana188333×20.8×26bronze
15Henry MooreThree Standing Figures195377.5×72.5×32bronze
16Henry MooreDraped Reclining Figure195735.5×77×33bronze
17Henry MooreLarge Slow Form1962-6849.5×84.5×46bronze
18Henry MooreUpright Internal / External Form: Flower195176×25×23bronze
19Henry MooreMaquette for Carving: Points19748.5×12.5×10bronze
20Henry MooreThree-Quarter Woman198310×5×4.4bronze
21Henry MoorePicture Frame: Mother and Child197712.5×12×10.5bronze
22Henry MooreUpright Connected Forms197920×12×13bronze
23Henry MooreTwo Bulb Forms198310.5×7.3×5.1bronze
24Henry MoorePicture Frame: Roman Matron197712.5×11.5×10bronze
25Henry MooreMother with Child on Lap198282×47×53bronze

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