Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) presents Henry Moore: Back to a Land, a major exhibition which takes a fresh approach to Moore’s work by considering his profound relationship with land, which was fundamental to his practice and fuelled his visual vocabulary. Produced in partnership with The Henry Moore Foundation, the exhibition includes the original drawings that illustrated Jacquetta Hawkes’ seminal book, A Land (1954 edition), and explores Moore’s lifelong curiosity with what lies beneath – from the coalfields and geology of Britain to bones and skeletal structures. Back to a Land also looks at the artist’s radical notion of placing sculpture in the landscape. Monumental works, such as Large Two Forms (1966–69), are displayed in his preferred Country Park setting, against dramatic views and changing skies. The exhibition includes a rare opportunity to see artefacts from the artist’s studios and family collection, curated by his only daughter, Mary Moore.  Watch the exhibition trailer. Read an interview with Mary Moore for The Guardian. Pre-order the exhibition catalogue.