At the start of the 21st century, one of the largest exhibitions of Henry Moore's works ever assembled toured China. The 106 sculpures travelled to the cities of Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai and featured works spanning the artist's 60 year career. This progam explains how the exhibition came to be mounted and of the reaction to it in China. It also explores the life and artistic vision of Henry Moore. Includes contributions from Chinese scholars, artists Phillip King and Cornelia Parker, the Ashmolean Museum and the Morris Singer Foundry, which used to cast many of his bronzes.