Walters Writes Art in Plain Sight Henry Moore
In his continuing series of articles of Art in Plain Sight, Bruce Walters writes about the Henry Moore sculpture at the Deere and Company world-headquarters.
Seen against the building, the sculpture’s hard metal surface and cut edges are emphasized. The powerful repetition of the building’s steel beams also seems to draw out the four interrelated shapes of the sculpture that imply a mechanical assembly of machined parts.
Read more about the sculpture and the Eero Saarinen designed building.