Henry Moore and Sherry Levine

Henry Moore was a sculptor, who took on Sherry Levine as an apprentice where he taught them to photograph the sculpture pieces in a specific way. There was the element of being able to see the work through Moore’s eyes that Levine had to learn, which is evident in the photography work that was subsequently produced. It took any years for Levine to learn to see the sculptures in this way, but it left Moore to create more artwork, and spend less time on documenting it.

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