27 June 2012


Occupy Movement Takes On Anish Kapoor Residence

The Occupy Everything movement is at it again. This time taking a jab at one of the biggest names in the British art scene. Last Friday the movement focused on Anish Kapoor who is known around the world for his monumental works, both public and private. He has exhibited in several major galleries around the […]

15 June 2012


Anish Kapoor New Exhibition At Yorkshire Sculpture Park

The first major survey of Anish Kapoor’s work opens tomorrow (16 June) at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. It is the first to be held in the UK, outside of London. Flashback is a major series of touring exhibitions from the Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre. Kapoor’s sensual and beguiling sculptures are created using a range […]

12 May 2012


Kapoor Orbit Tower Impressive But Expensive To Visit

Turner prize winning artist Anish Kapoor has mused that the £15 price tag to go up in the ArcelorMittal Orbit Tower may be a bit on the expensive side. At a preview for his Orbit tower sculpture, he stated, the price was; “a hell of a lot of money”.The structure which was designed by Kapoor […]

9 May 2012


Frieze New York Inaugural Edition A Triumph

In this round up of the greatest art show on Earth or at least NY, Frieze New York which ended Monday 7 May had many galleries reporting excellent sales across all levels of the market and expressing admiration for the overall conception of the new fair, its structure and environment.More than 180 galleries from 30 […]

15 November 2011


Anish Kapoor Invades Robin Hood Country

Nottingham stopover for major contemporary sculpture exhibition A touring exhibition of Turner Prize winning artist Anish Kapoor opens at Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery this week, from 19 November 2011 until 11 March 2012, after which it moves to the Longside Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park. A number of tours, workshops and a trail to […]

15 November 2011


William Kentridge Takes Place Of David Hockney And Anish Kapoor

William Kentridge is latest visual artist selected for Rolex mentoring scheme that has, in the past, featured David Hockney, Anish Kapoor, John Baldessari, and Rebecca Horn South African artist William Kentridge has been announced as latest artist to take part in Rolex initiative that, over the years has featured John Baldessari, David Hockney, Rebecca Horn, and […]

29 October 2011


Anish Kapoor Completes His Eiffel Tower

£19m gift from steel magnet Lakshmi Mittal creates new London landmark The final twisted red steel components, which make up the Arcelor – Mittal tower, were hauled into place by cranes yesterday, for the completion of the 115 meter 377 foot structure, at the 2012 Olympic site in London. Designed by Turner prize winning sculptor […]

25 September 2011


Made In The UK Exhibition Opens At RISD

Contemporary Art from the UK Richard Brown Baker Collection in Rhode Island A new exhibition of British art has opened at the RISD Museum, highlighting its extraordinary collection of contemporary British art in a major show this fall. Made in the UK: Contemporary Art from the Richard Brown Baker Collection richly captures Britain’s contemporary art […]

6 September 2011


Anish Kapoor Ark Nova Project For Japan

Anish Kapoor the Turner prize winning Sculptor along with architect Arata Isozaki have been commissioned to design a pop up concert hall to reintroduce music and arts to the regions of Japan hardest hit by March’s earthquake and tsunami. The concert hall will seat up to 700 concertgoers and will be constructed as a “pneumatic […]

27 July 2011


Anish Kapoor Olympic Sculpture Rises

With his monumental red sculpture ‘Orbit’, Kapoor creates the look of instability. It coils and flows with none of the pyramidal structure usually associated with the building of a tower. It changes as you walk around it, looking unstable as if the Helter Skelter structure could topple over at any moment. Kapoor However assures us […]

12 July 2011


Anish Kapoor and Bill Viola Win Japan’s Praemium Imperiale Award

The £120,000 Praemium Imperiale is a global arts prize awarded annually by the Japan Art Association. Since its inauguration in 1989, it has become an internationally important benchmark honour for  the arts.Six nomination committees, each chaired by an International Advisor, propose candidates in five fields: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, Music and Theatre/Film. This year Anish Kapoor […]

24 June 2011


Lisson Gallery To Launch In Milan

Highly respected London gallery to open branch in Italy The Lisson Gallery has announce the launch of Lisson Gallery Milan, its first international space in its 44 year history.The gallery will launch in September 2011 with a group show curated by Lisson artist Ryan Gander.Lisson Gallery Milan will be headed by Director Annette Hofmann. Annette […]

16 June 2011


Anish Kapoor Pulls China Exhibition

China Exhibition Cancelled As Protest To Ai Weiwei Detention The Britain sculptor Anish Kapoor known for his monumental mirror finished public works has cancelled an upcoming exhibition at the National Museum of China, Beijing. The statement comes as a protest against the Chinese government’s detention of Ai Weiwei, the dissident artist and social critic who […]

7 June 2011


Raw Power! Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2011

The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition opens to the public today, following a week of previews, parties and press mosh-pits. A spectacular array of painting, sculpture, photography and architectural design is on offer in the largest and oldest open submission exhibition in the world. The exhibition does a good job of encapsulating the national psyche in […]

3 April 2010


Anish Kapoor Tower Of Babel Planned For London 2012 Olympics

    Anish Kapoor has designed Britain’s largest piece of public sculpture, a 120 metre tall interwoven tower that people will be able to climb. The tower will boast spectacular views of London and the Olympic park. The work falls somewhere in between a crushed Buckminster Fuller Geodesic Dome, a fun fair Helter Skelter and […]