14.06.10 by Jeff

Anish Kapoor

Sculptures by Anish Kapoor.

artist sculpture anish kapoor

artist sculpture anish kapoor

artist sculpture anish kapoor

artist sculpture anish kapoor

artist sculpture anish kapoor

artist sculpture anish kapoor

artist sculpture anish kapoor

artist sculpture anish kapoor

artist sculpture anish kapoor

artist sculpture anish kapoor

via: designformankind

Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • Seb

    Ridiculously amazing

  • CuSO4

    amazing !

  • http://mariokolaric.wordpress.com/ drvokestena

    great!!!!…. as always!

  • http://www.morningbirdcollective.com Suzanne

    Wow… these are amazing. I like the first the best. Any idea where these were shown?

  • http://www.elihorn.net/ Eli

    I can’t quite put my finger on what it is about Kapoor’s work that makes me love it so much—I think the materials are a big part of the appeal, especially when there’s that hint of process evident, although (because) it really doesn’t reveal anything.

  • Jono

    can’t forget cloudgate in chicago!

  • http://www.cargocollective.com/elliottcpearson Elliott

    I love this work! Ive seen a show of his in Mima Art Gallery in Middlesbrough UK, and the size of some of these things is incredible!

    Lovely post

  • Jim

    Have you seen his “wax train” that moved on a track through the Royal Academy?…
    It’s shown at the beginning of this clip- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Du8dNvfY1bo


    • James

      Thanks for that link Jim.

      Ridiculous work.

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  • http://www.webdesignkc.co.uk/ Vim

    Really nice Work Anish, i cant seem to figure out how you arched the powder, must have used water or or manipulated the image somehow?

  • Gema

    me recuerda a MTV, qué técnica es? muy buen concepto y bien estructurado :)

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