Richard Wentworth (b. 1947) Working as an assistant to Henry Moore in 1967 and after graduating from the Royal College of Art three years later, Wentworth went onto emerge as one of the eminent figures of the New British Sculpture Movement. Juxtaposing everyday objects and industrial materials within his work, Wentworth’s approach to sculpture challenges the way that we perceive theworld around us. Major solo shows include “Richard Wentworth” at Tate Liverpool, 2005 and “An Area of Outstanding Unatural Beauty” – a site-specific commission in Kings Cross (Artangel, 2002). Wentworth lives and work in London continues to exhibit and curate work at the Lisson Gallery.