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Go See: Anish Kapoor at Gladstone Gallery, New York, Through June 12

May 23rd, 2008

Anish Kapoor
Anish Kapoor Blood Stick (2008) via erikjsommer

Gladstone Gallery is currently exhibiting new work by the sculptor Anish Kapoor at both its 24th Street and 21st Street locations.  The exhibition is the first at Gladstone’s new gallery space on 21st street.  Kapoor uses divergent materials such as stainless steel and vibrant colored dyed wax to make his work, always placing a premium on the viewer’s interaction with the sculpture.

Anish Kapoor [Gladstone Gallery]
Interview with Anish Kapoor [Bloomberg]

Anish Kapoor install
Anish Kapoor via Gladstone Gallery

Kapoor was born in Bombay, India in 1954 and has lived in London since 1973. A Turner prize winner, he has been commissioned for several large outdoor public sculptures, most recently a memorial to British victims of 9/11 which will be installed in Hanover Square in Manhattan.

Anish Kapoor Vertigo
Anish Kapoor Vertigo (2008) via Gladstone Gallery

Mr. Kapoor has said that he strives for materials that are able to “make something else possible . . . the non-physical things, the intellectual things.”

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Anish Kapoor, Non-Object (Pole) (2008), via Gladstone Gallery

One Response to “Go See: Anish Kapoor at Gladstone Gallery, New York, Through June 12”

  1. J.F.Rabain Says:

    Your “Proposal for a new model of universe”, actually exhibited in Beaubourg, Centre Pompidou, in Paris, is a masterpiece. I was deeply moved seeing your work. It propose to dream and dream again and to feel yourselfself totally divided and reunited in the same time. Thanks you for this expérience.
    J.F.Rabain.

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