Anish Kapoor crafted a primary color installation out of… sand resin. Amazing.
How pretty! I love this.
Is this the artist who was featured in ‘School of Saatchi’ on BBC1 television in the UK? Genius!!!
Pretty sure I saw a programme here in the UK about him, these were made from resin. Not sand.
Yes, his work is amazing. I caught his retrospective at the Royal Academy of Arts in London and reviewed it. If you wish, you can read my review at http://www.thesamosa.co.uk/index.php/arts/48-arts/140-gallery-review-anish-kapoor.html
wow — thanks, miss dzine! :)
and i’ve made the edit, jasper. thank you for clarifying!
Ah, how timely! I was at the Hirshhorn Museum in DC a couple of weeks ago, and saw one of his works ( http://www.anishkapoor.com/works/gallery/1990untitled/index.htm ) in their ColorForms exhibit.
The museum also had a great Yves Klein retrospective, and this installation pictured above made me instantly think of Klein’s pigment-saturated sponges.
Beautiful! It reminds me of those silly Lisa Frank sand art kits I did as a kid…except very grown-up.