Barbara Hepworth’s never seen before photographs go on display in London

By Tom Seymour

This June, Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World – the first major retrospective of the work of British sculptor Barbara Hepworth, as well as her never-before-seen photographs, will open at the Tate Britain.

The set of photographs reveal the importance of photography to Hepworth, and how she used it to shape public opinion of her work. As Sophie Bowness, Hepworth’s granddaughter and co-curator of the Tate show explains: “Hepworth had a life-long appreciation of the importance of photography in the recording and reception of her work.”

The Hungarian Constructivist artist Laszlo Moholy-Nagy is thought to have taught Hepworth how to use her …read more

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