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Lisa Le Feuvre is a curator, writer, editor and public speaker. Since 2010 she has led the Henry Moore Institute, a centre for the study of sculpture. Committed to communicating and testing ideas, she has curated exhibitions in museums and galleries across Europe, worked as an educator in cultural institutions and universities across the world, with her writing published in international publications and journals. Currently she is researching the relationship between sculpture and prosthetics for a publication. This year at the Henry Moore Institute she has commissioned Aleksandra Domanović to develop a new body of sculpture, and is bringing to fruition an exhibition dedicated to Jirō Takamatsu.
[…] Lisa Le Feuvre, a London-based curator, writer, editor, and public speaker, is presently engaged in the exploration of the relationship between sculpture and prosthetics. Her work in sculpture has brought her to the helm of the Henry Moore Institute where she has worked since 2010. There she believes firmly in allowing invited artists to control the direction their work with the institute takes. “Artists know their work better than anyone else,” Le Feuvre says. This open curiosity seems present in all things she does. Of art, Le Feuvre says, “what characterizes everything we do is questions…when it comes to thinking about art you’ve go to ask questions, you’ve got to be difficult.” […]