Anish Kapoor @ Lisson

The inside of the Lisson Gallery looks like it has just been taken over by Martians. There is red everywhere. Large unexplained craters are lying around the gallery space, while images of abstract forms appear on the walls. The current environment at Lisson however, has not been left in such a state by visitors from […]

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Fourth Plinth @ ICA

So far, seven contemporary artists have presented work on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square. The plinth which was originally designed to house an equestrian statue of William IV in 1841 stood empty after this became too expensive leaving a gap to be filled for nearly 150 years. The ICA is now presenting an exhibition […]

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Anish Kapoor @ Lisson

An exhibition at both Bell Street locations has just been opened to celebrate the Lisson Gallery’s thirtieth birthday and its relationship with Turner Prize winning artist Anish Kapoor. The show seems to me to be particularly raw. The sculptures exhibited are prominently natural; taking from nature, showing rough and smooth and while the forms which […]

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