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The Colour of Anxiety: Race, Sexuality and Disorder in Victorian Sculpture

Henry Moore Institute presents The Colour of Anxiety, a new exhibition which brings into focus sculpture exhibited and collected in Britain between 1850 and 1900, a rich yet largely overlooked body of work.

The exhibition examines objects that introduced colour and new materials into the sculptural process, situating them within the context of the anxiety which often weighed upon Victorian society in the face of social change and scientific advances.

Free Entry.