Indian-born, Turner prize-winning artist Anish Kapoor has lived and worked in London for the past four decades. Since his England arrival in the early 1970s, Kapoor has created internationally acclaimed works of art, exhibited at prestigious venues across the globe.
He is renowned for his monumental idiosyncratic sculpture forms of grandiose proportions, which leaves viewers in a state of astonishment.
A visitor is seen inside the set-up “Leviathan” by Indian born, British based, artist Anish Kapoor for the Monumenta 2011 event in the nave of the “Grand Palais” in Paris. (Reuters) Continue reading »
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