Sunday, December 12, 2010

Anish Kapoor

In the early 1980s, Kapoor emerged as one of a number of British sculptors working in a new style and gaining some international recognition with their work. Kapoor's pieces are often simple, curved forms, usually monochrome, and frequently brightly coloured. Powdered pigments sometimes cover the works and sometimes lie on the floor around the works as well. This practice is inspired by the mounds of brightly coloured pigments Kapoor saw on his visits to India.
i think this artist made up a new kind of abstract style just my opinion.

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