Very Good. Quarto in dust jacket, 59 pp. Foreword by Hugh M. Davis. With the article "Breath of Air, Breath of Stone, " by Pier Luigi Tazzi. Kapoor's minimalism is both physical and purist. This humble volume tries to match that aesthetic. Kapoor was born in Mumbai to a Hindu father and Baghdadi Jewish mother. It was during his time in Israel as a young man that he decided to become an artist. There is no attempt that I am familiar with to relate the artists origins to his body of work.
Very Good. Unmarked. Exhibition catalog for a show at the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, Des Moines Art Center, National Gallery of Canada and the Power Plant (Toronto). Checklist of the exhibition. Anish Kapoor was born in 1954 in Bombay, India, and moved to London in the early 1970s to study art. Since then he has lived and worked in Britain. Kapoor represented Britain at the Venice Biennale where he won the Premio Duemila, and in 1991 he was awarded the Turner Prize. One author, Pier Luigi Tazzi, curated the Anish Kapoor section of the 1996 Sao Paulo Biennial.
Very Good. No Dj. pp. 57, color illustrations of art pieces, "Exhibition catalog for a show at the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, Des Moines Art Center, National Gallery of Canada and the Power Plant (Toronto)." 4to.
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