Our favourites by… Anish Kapoor

My red homeland
“My red homeland” ©Anish Kapoor

Every month, Artsper team looks over all works of art of one artist and chooses 10 of them that the team absolutely wants to keep. Even though it is a completely subjective retrospective, this is the occasion for you to discover again the genius of the artist. This week, Artsper is focusing on the british plastic-oriented artist Anish Kapoor’s work. Internationally known for his monumental works like Taratantara or Tall tree and the Eye, Kapoor is also the precursor of some less gigantic works but as spectacular like the “sky mirrors”. He represented Great Britain twice at the Paris Biennale and then the one at Venice, and won numerous prizes, notably the prestigious Turner Prize.

The Bean
Cloud Gate, “The Bean” ©Anish Kapoor
My red homeland
“My red homeland” ©Anish Kapoor
The World according to
“Tall tree and the Eye” ©Anish Kapoor
“Yellow” ©Anish Kapoor
©Anish Kapoor, C-curve
“Mirror” ©Anish Kapoor
Mirror Hyde Park
“Sky Mirror” ©Anish Kapoor
"Ishi's light" ©Anish Kapoor
“Ishi’s light” ©Anish Kapoor
"Shooting into the corner" ©Anish Kapoor
“Shooting into the corner” ©Anish Kapoor