LET’S TAKE A STROLL IN KENSINGTON GARDENS.
The Bombay-born, contemporary sculptor ANISH KAPOOR is featured in the SERPENTINE’S 40TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITIONS PROGRAM with his large-scale, contemporary sculptures. The artist’s OBSESSION with stainless steel surfaces which distort the surroundings will reflect KENSINGTON GARDENS IN A SINGLE-ARTIST SHOW.
ANISH KAPOOR is a recipient of the TURNER PRIZE and has exhibited in all the major cities of the Western World. The KENSINGTON GARDENS SHOW is titled TURNING THE WORLD UPSIDE DOWN, taken from the images projected from the highly polished steel creations.
Kapoor’s large sculptures are stunning in the grounds of Kensington Gardens where there are space and surroundings to beautifully exhibit the massive objects while drawing into the sculpture the images of people participating in the exhibition.
I will post a few images of KAPOOR’S work to give my readers an idea of what to expect. These are amazing objects which create a very contemporary feeling of polished surfaces, clean lines, and massive dimensions.
ANISH KAPOOR’S WORK IS AMAZING and is waiting to draw you into his works of art. I find them comparable to a ride in a spaceship. Sometimes, my mind takes a bit of time to digest and experience these beautiful objects. It is certainly worth the effort. Hm!
Have a enjoyable walk through Kensington Gardens. For me, London now has that ARTISTIC EXPLORATION that I once felt in Paris–It went somewhere, and that somewhere is LONDON.
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