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Signed, dated and numbered to lower edge ‘34/80 Anish Kapoor 1991’. This work is number 34 from the edition of 80 published by Skowhegan, Madison, Maine and Oberon Press, New York.

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Turner Prize winner Anish Kapoor creates elegant sculptures that combine simple materials, geometric shape, and organic form. After first establishing his reputation in the 1980s with biomorphic sculptures in limestone and other natural materials, Kapoor began to explore the theme of “the void” in large-scale stone works, some with defined insides and outsides and others that clearly delineate empty spaces. In 2006, he installed Sky Mirror at Rockefeller Center, a 23-ton, three-story stainless steel sculpture that reflected the New York skyline. He described the massive work as a “non-object” because its reflective surface allowed it to disappear.

High auction record
£1.9m, Sotheby's, 2008
Blue-chip
Represented by internationally recognized galleries.
Collected by major museums
Tate, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)
Selected exhibitions
2017
Anish Kapoor: DescensionPublic Art Fund
2016
Anish KapoorGagosian
2015
Anish KapoorChâteau de Versailles
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Untitled from the Skowhegan Suite, 1991

Aquatint
27 3/4 × 23 3/4 in
70.5 × 60.3 cm
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Rago/Wright

Signed, dated and numbered to lower edge ‘34/80 Anish Kapoor 1991’. This work is number 34 from the …

Medium

Turner Prize winner Anish Kapoor creates elegant sculptures that combine simple materials, geometric shape, and organic form. After first establishing his reputation in the 1980s with biomorphic sculptures in limestone and other natural materials, Kapoor began to explore the theme of “the void” in large-scale stone works, some with defined insides and outsides and others that clearly delineate empty spaces. In 2006, he installed Sky Mirror at Rockefeller Center, a 23-ton, three-story stainless steel sculpture that reflected the New York skyline. He described the massive work as a “non-object” because its reflective surface allowed it to disappear.

High auction record
£1.9m, Sotheby's, 2008
Blue-chip
Represented by internationally recognized galleries.
Collected by major museums
Tate, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)
Selected exhibitions (3)

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