Sculptures by Anish Kapoor.
great!!!!…. as always!
Wow… these are amazing. I like the first the best. Any idea where these were shown?
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.
can’t forget cloudgate in chicago!
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!
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
Thanks for that link Jim.
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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?
me recuerda a MTV, qué técnica es? muy buen concepto y bien estructurado :)
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