Next week London’s Lisson Gallery will present a series of new works by the Bombay-born artist, famed for his bright, bold sculptural pieces.
The exhibition will feature several groups of works created within the last year. These range from bright, translucent colourful forms to very organic-looking pieces, created with mud, cement and metallic pigments.
This duality echoes much of Kapoor’s past work; which takes forms created from highly-polished metals including stainless steel, gold, bronze and copper, and places them in a very different environment.
As the gallery puts it, ‘Kapoor proposes a complex dialogue between extremes – the earthbound and the transcendental, the colourful and the austere, entropy and the sublime.’
Anish Kapoor runs from 10 October – 10 November at Lisson Gallery, 29& 52-54 Bell Street, London NW1 www.lissongallery.com