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15 Etchings

Anish Kapoor (British (born India) 1954)
Portfolio of 15 etchings, title page, colophon and velvet covered box
11 3/8 x 14 3/4 in. (28.9 x 37.5 cm)
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Purchase, Reba and Dave Williams Gift, 1999
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© Anish Kapoor
Not on view
Kapoor is known for sculptural installations that create an environment in which the viewer's body and mind are transformed by the subtle power of color, shape, and light. His portfolio 15 etchings, which contains the work illustrated here, provides a similar sensorial experience, with its sensual surfaces and rainbow of deep hues. Kapoor works with a minimalist vocabulary of clean lines and forms, even though the resulting installations are generally massive in size. Born in Bombay, Kapoor has lived in London since the 1970s. In 1991, he won the prestigious Turner Prize, the top award in England given to visual artists.
Inscription: All 15 prints are inscribed under plate: (lower left): A.P.2.; (lower right) AKapoor
The Paragon Press, London (1996–99; sold to MMA)

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