Building a bridge from the past to the present.
From 19th April, eleven artworks spanning an eleven year period, including Sleeper, Standing Man, Maquetter for John (Seated) and Catafalque will be installed at the Hessenpark Museum in Neu-Anspach, Germany, with a supporting programme of smaller format pieces and drawings in the nearby Haus aus Gemünden/Wohra building. The exhibition is part of BLICKACHSEN 10 - this year held this year in collaboration with the Middelheim Museum, Antwerp - a bi-annual exhibition of over 100 sculptures located in eight locations around Bad Homburg, including Burg Eppstein, Darmstadt and Frankfurt. Blickachsen celebrates contemporary sculpture and this tenth edition of the exhibition includes installations by Antony Gormley, David Nash and Joana Vasconcelos, amongst others. The exhibition comes for the first time to the Hessenpark Museum & the Saalburg, where Henry will be exhibiting Man with Cup & Trajan's Shadow from May 31st. For more information please visit: