Anish Kapoor is one of the most influential sculptors of his generation. Perhaps most famous for public sculptures that are both adventures in form and feats of engineering, he manoeuvres between vastly different scales, across numerous series of work.
Anish Kapoor was born in Bombay, India in 1954 and lives and works in London. He studied at Hornsey College of Art (1973-77) followed by postgraduate studies at Chelsea School of Art, London (1977-78). Recent major solo exhibitions include Chateau de Versailles, Versailles (2015); The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, Moscow (2015); Sakıp Sabancı Museum, Istanbul (2013) and Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin (2013). He represented Britain at the 44th Venice Biennale (1990), for which he was awarded the Premio Duemila. He won the Turner Prize in 1991 and has honorary fellowships from the London Institute and Leeds University (1997), the University of Wolverhampton (1999) and the Royal Institute of British Architecture (2001). He was awarded a CBE in 2003 and a Knighthood in 2013 for services to visual arts. Most recently he received an honorary doctorate from the University of Oxford (2014). His work is held in all major international public collections including the De Pont Foundation, Tillburg, Holland; Tate, London, UK; MoMA, New York, USA; and the Rijksmuseum Kroller-Muller, Otterlo, Holland.
Aspects of Abstraction1952-2007 17 May - 23 Jun 2016 Piano NobilePiano Nobile presents a selection of Post-War abstract art for sale, Modern British art for sale, in Aspects of Post-War Abstraction exhibition.
Anish Kapoor: MountainMuseum Beelden aan Zee, The Hague, and Piano Nobile 18 Mar 2016 - 5 Mar 2017Anish Kapoor, Mountain sculpture exhibition at Museum Beelden aan Zee, The Hague, the Netherlands (March 2016 - February 2017), opening second weekend of TEFAF Maastricht
ART14Stand D2 28 Feb - 2 Mar 2014 Art FairPIANO NOBILE is pleased to be exhibiting at Art14. The second edition of London's global art fair, held in Olympia's Grand Hall, opens its doors on Friday 28 February and...