Single Form: The Body in Sculpture from Rodin to Hepworth
This small display at Tate Britain is based on the single human figure. Apparently it is a conscious reflection of the first display to be held in Duveen Gallery at Tate in 1937. At that time the galleries included works by French sculptors, such as Auguste Rodin and Aristides Maillol ? whose influence was especially important in Britain.
Tate Britain, until 4 September 2011