anish kapoor at kensington gardens anish kapoor at kensington gardens
sep 28, 2010

anish kapoor at kensington gardens

anish kapoor: turning the world upside down kensington gardens, london september 28th, 2010 to march 13th, 2011

 

 

anish kapoor sky mirror, red 2007 installation view kensington gardens, london (28 september 2010 – 13 march 2011) © 2010 dave morgan

 

 

anish kapoor: turning the world upside down‘ has now opened in kensington gardens, london. it features london-based artist, anish kapoor‘s monumental works, whose stainless steel curved, mirrored surfaces reflect their park surroundings, providing a new perspective of the green setting within the bustling city.

the exhibition is open daily from 6am – dusk and admission is free. the nearest tube stations are: south kensington and lancaster gate

 

 

anish kapoor sky mirror, red 2007 installation view kensington gardens, london (28 september 2010 – 13 march 2011) © 2010 dave morgan

 

 

anish kapoor c-curve 2007 installation view kensington gardens, london (28 september 2010 – 13 march 2011) © 2010 dave morgan

 

anish kapoor c-curve 2007 installation view kensington gardens, london (28 september 2010 – 13 march 2011) © 2010 dave morgan

 

 

anish kapoor c-curve 2007 installation view kensington gardens, london (28 september 2010 – 13 march 2011) © 2010 dave morgan

 

 

anish kapoor non-object (spire) 2007 installation view kensington gardens, london (28 september 2010 – 13 march 2011) © 2010 dave morgan

 

 

the exhibition is organized by the royal parks and serpentine gallery. it is supported by lisson gallery, gladstone gallery and anonymous donors. it is part of the serpentine gallery’s 40th anniversary exhibition

programme and initiates a new arts strategy by the royal parks.

 

 

exhibition map points:

A sky mirror, 2006 stainless steel 1066,8 x 1066,8 cm

B c-curve, 2007 stainless steel 220 x 770 x 300 cm

C sky mirror, red 2007 stainless steel 274 x 290 x 146 cm

D non-object (spire) 2007 stainless steel 302 x 300 x 300 cm

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