Sculpture park at the Modern

The grounds of Modern One and Two are home to more than 20 sculptures. These works, drawn from the national collection are dotted around the grounds for you to discover and explore. Situated in open, green spaces are works from artists like Barbara Hepworth, Tracey Emin, Henry Moore and Richard Long. There is space to stop, sit and reflect and there is space to bring a picnic to enjoy.

Tony Cragg, Kolbenneblok, 1989

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Charles Jencks, Landform, 2001

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Tracey Emin, Roman Standard, 2005

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Martin Creed, Work No. 975 EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE ALRIGHT, 2008

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Henry Moore, Reclining Figure, 1951

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Joan Miró, Personnage (Person), 1978

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Dame Barbara Hepworth, Conversation with Magic Stones, 1973

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Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Pair), 1999

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Joan Miró, Femme (Woman), 1970

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Antony Gormley, 6 TIMES GROUND from 6 TIMES, 2010

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Antony Gormley, 6 TIMES HORIZON from 6 TIMES, 2010

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Eduardo Paolozzi, Master of the Universe, 1989

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William Turnbull, Gate, 1972

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Dan Graham, Two Two-Way Mirrored Parallelograms Joined with One Side Balanced Spiral Welded Mesh, 1996

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George Rickey, Two Lines up Excentric VI, 1977

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Emile-Antoine Bourdelle, La Vierge d'Alsace [The Virgin of Alsace], 1919 - 1921

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Nathan Coley, There will be no Miracles Here, 2007–2009

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Richard Long, Macduff Circle, 2002

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Ian Hamilton Finlay, Six Definitions, 2001

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Ian Hamilton Finlay, Idylls

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Julian Opie, Escaped Animals, 2002

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Anthony Caro, Foil, 1978

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Eduardo Paolozzi, Kreuzberg, 1974

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Explore the grounds

Explore the grounds

Wander at your leisure or explore with these sculpture guides.

Audio Described Tour | Sculpture Park

Explore the sculpture in the grounds of Modern One and Two, with this audio described tour.

Sensory sculpture trail

A series of six creative prompts, around the grounds, to help you experience the artworks with your body, breath, ears, eyes and mind.

Walk, Talk, Make Sculpture Trail

You and your family can find out about some artists, their artworks and follow prompts to make your own art with this trail.

Sensory Sculpture Stories

Stories to encourage you to use your senses to enjoy and experience the sculptures in our grounds. We have created these stories with PAMIS (Promoting A More inclusive Society).

21 April 2023