Henry Moore is one of those artists who enjoyed worldwide fame and a ubiquitous museum- and public-art presence in his lifetime but whose posthumous reputation has been rather less certain. Thanks to impressive shows like “Late Large Forms,” however, the excitement of the English maestro’s brand of classic modernism is spectacularly revived. Moore demonstrates here a facility with monumental forms that makes them seem strangely intimate and utterly relevant.
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