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Gagosian – Henry Moore: Late Large Forms, 2012 (Publication), image 1
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Gagosian's decision to display Moore's enormous outdoor sculpture inside their white-walled London space emphasised the contemporary relevance of the mid-century works. Similarly, the exhibition catalogue's large soft-back format and loose bookcloth jacket combine a period warmth with a contemporary structure. The catalogue text is set in Jan Tschichold's Gill Sans-influenced Uhertype Grotesk – a decision informed by the knowledge that the sculptures were cast in Germany.

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