London, 13 October – 18 November 2006
“I have always been interested in how one can look again for that very first moment of creativity where everything is possible and nothing has actually happened.” - Anish Kapoor
Lisson Gallery announces a new exhibition of seven new large-scale sculptures by Anish Kapoor opening 12th October, comprising the most ambitious Lisson show the artist has undertaken in his 25-year history with the gallery. This show marks the first time one artist has made a single exhibition using all available gallery spaces.
Renowned for his enigmatic sculptural forms, this exciting new body of work finds Kapoor continuing his exploration of metaphysical polarities: presence and absence, being and non-being, place and non-place, the solid versus the intangible. Further to his ongoing concerns with human presence and perception, Kapoor investigates the ephemeral nature of sight, and examines the role of the psyche in our interpretation of visual stimuli.Read more
Works on view
52 Bell Street
Monday – Friday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am – 5:00pm