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Anish Kapoor at Regen Projects


Tuesday, February 10, 2015

“A series of monumental works feature organic, terrestrial forms made from resin and earth. In contrast to their raw, earthly matter, a series of highly polished stainless steel sculptures reflect and refract an illusion of the world onto their mirrored surfaces and confound the viewers’ relationship to the space around them. Similarly, several monochromatic voids appear to float on the gallery walls, their concave interiors play with the viewers’ perception of surface and depth and create the illusion of infinite space reflected in their void like interiors.” (from the press release)

Tunnelling Shadow (2014), resin and earth, 313 x 330 x 130 cm.

Tunnelling Shadow (2014), resin and earth, 313 x 330 x 130 cm.

 

 

Gold Corner (2014), fiberglass and gold, 63.5 x 63.5 x 63.5 cm.

Gold Corner (2014), fiberglass and gold, 63.5 x 63.5 x 63.5 cm.

 

 

Untitled (2013), stainless steel, 292 x 202 x 38 cm.

Untitled (2013), stainless steel, 292 x 202 x 38 cm.

 

Gabriel, the Angel, stops and listens to the silence of the cave (2014), resin and earth, 295 x 463 x 240 cm.

Gabriel, the Angel, stops and listens to the silence of the cave (2014), resin and earth, 295 x 463 x 240 cm.

 

 

Keriah III (2014), silicone and pigment, 220 x 157 x 63 cm.

Keriah III (2014), silicone and pigment, 220 x 157 x 63 cm.

 

 

Non-Object (Square Twist) (2014), stainless steel, 250 x 144 x 100 cm.

Non-Object (Square Twist) (2014), stainless steel, 250 x 144 x 100 cm.

 

 

Full Moon (2014), stainless steel, 180 x 180 x 27.5 cm.

Full Moon (2014), stainless steel, 180 x 180 x 27.5 cm.

 

 

Untitled (Cobalt) (2014), stainless steel and lacquer, 120 x 120 x 21 cm.

Untitled (Cobalt) (2014), stainless steel and lacquer, 120 x 120 x 21 cm. 

   

 

For more information and images, please visit the Regen Projects website.

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