Its title implies anarchy and chaos, yet its appearance is still and serene.
Turning the World Inside Out by Anish Kapoor, 1995, cast 1997
© Anish Kapoor courtesy of Lisson Gallery, London
- Stainless steel Dimensions: 148 x 184 x 188 cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £20,000 ( Total: £90,000)
- Acquired in:
- Anish Kapoor
A smooth, shimmering sphere, it calls to mind a cosmic symbol and inhabits a realm at once timeless and eternal. The indentation in the centre of the sphere resembles a navel depression and in Hindu creation-myths, Vishnu is depicted asleep with a burgeoning lotus emanating from his navel. Kapoor subtly combines Hindu elements with those of a more universal nature.
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