• Untitled (Pink), from Flow, 2019
  • Untitled (Pink), from Flow, 2019

    Untitled (Pink), from Flow, 2019

    Anish Kapoor

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    Etching in colors on wove paper

    28-1/2 x 38 inches (72.4 x 96.5 cm)

    Signed and editioned in pencil along verso lower edge from an edition of 39


    Flow is an exploration of colour, surface and materiality. Kapoor’s chromatic etchings, Flow Red, Flow Green and Breathing Blue use subtle gradations of colour to create an illusion of depth. Interested in the interplay of mass, void and optics, Kapoor’s etchings combine western Minimalist sensibilities with the Sanskrit principle of Bindu, the point from which all experiences are born, where creation begins and returns. These works make reference to rich pigment-based works the artist was creating in India in the 1970’s.

    Framed to museum standards with anti-reflective museum glass 

    "Artists don't make objects. Artists make mythologies."


    Anish Kapoor

    Born in Bombay (now Mumbai) in 1954, Anish Kapoor emerged as a leading figure in contemporary sculpture. His childhood was split between India and Britain, exposing him to diverse cultural influences. He studied at the Chelsea School of Art and later Hornsey College of Art in London, where he embraced a minimalist aesthetic.

    Kapoor's artistic journey took a pivotal turn when he began experimenting with unconventional materials like fiberglass, resin, and pigments like the now-famous "Vantablack" – the blackest black ever created. These materials allowed him to push the boundaries of form and scale.