You can’t take photos in the Barbara Hepworth exhibition so this is Henry Moore’s Family Group which is situated off the main concourse in Tate Britain.
I think I have always undervalued Barbara Hepworth’s work – I’ve mainly seen large formless works. I particularly liked her use of wood, especially those with threads like László Moholy-Nagy’s works. Like him, she was also interested in photograms – images produced by holding an object in front of a light sensitive plate.
Another of the fantastic museums we have in London. I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else!!