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ANISH KAPOOR. SVAYAMBH

ANISH KAPOOR (1954-)

This new book on the art of world-renowned sculptor Anish Kapoor examines his latest sculpture in the context of his work as a whole.

Since the 1970s Anish Kapoor has been creating sculptures and installations from a variety of materials such as wood, stone, metal, wax, and resin. His use of bright pigments and archetypal forms enables his audience to appreciate these works on a variety of levels. This volume presents Kapoor’s sculptures from the last thirty years, focusing specifically on his recent installation, Svayambh (“self-creation” in Sanskrit), in which a giant block of red Vaseline moves imperceptibly between rooms in the gallery, leaving behind traces of color on the walls. The text analyzes in depth many of Kapoor’s major works and places them in their historical and philosophical context, offering new ways of understanding both Kapoor’s work and contemporary sculpture.
 
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Emne Skulptur
Kunstner KAPOOR, Anish
Forfatter Rainer Crone & Alexandra von Stosch
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer 120 ill, heraf 100 i farver
Format / Sideantal 24 x 19 cm / 160 sider
Udgivelsesår 2008
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag Prestel
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 9783791339689
Lev. 3 dage

ANISH KAPOOR (1954-)

This new book on the art of world-renowned sculptor Anish Kapoor examines his latest sculpture in the context of his work as a whole.

Since the 1970s Anish Kapoor has been creating sculptures and installations from a variety of materials such as wood, stone, metal, wax, and resin. His use of bright pigments and archetypal forms enables his audience to appreciate these works on a variety of levels. This volume presents Kapoor’s sculptures from the last thirty years, focusing specifically on his recent installation, Svayambh (“self-creation” in Sanskrit), in which a giant block of red Vaseline moves imperceptibly between rooms in the gallery, leaving behind traces of color on the walls. The text analyzes in depth many of Kapoor’s major works and places them in their historical and philosophical context, offering new ways of understanding both Kapoor’s work and contemporary sculpture.