Ronald Moody: Sculpting Life
Ronald Moody: Sculpting Life
Ronald Moody: Sculpting Life

Ronald Moody: Sculpting Life

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Edited by Eleanor Clayton

Jamaican-born sculptor Ronald Moody is one of the most significant artists of the 20th century and this major exhibition (22 June- 3 November 2024) will explore the development of Moody’s art as well as his contribution and impact on British and international art history.

Ego Ahaiwe Sowinski is a Ronald Moody specialist. Contributions by those who knew him - Paul Dash, David A. Bailey, Cynthia Moody, Errol Lloyd, and Val Wilmer - punctuate Sowinski’s account exploring the artist’s work and broader creative endeavors, including poetry and broadcasts for the BBC World Service. Scores of Moody’s works are illustrated, from large-scale figurative sculptures carved in wood through to postwar experimentation with concrete and resin casting. These pieces are set within the context of his contemporaries Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore, and artists he exhibited alongside, such as Althea McNish and Aubrey Williams, who were part of the group known as the Caribbean Artists Movement, of which Moody was a founding member.


Eleanor Clayton is Senior Curator at The Hepworth Wakefield, and the author of several books, including Barbara Hepworth: Art & Life, also published by Thames & Hudson

17.27 x 24.89 x 3.3 cm

256 pages


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