A signed hard back copy of the exhibition catalogue to accompany Anish Kapoor's major retrospective at the Royal Academy in 2009.
Includes texts by Homi K. Bhabha, Jean de Loisy and Norman Rosenthal
Signed & numbered by the artist and includes a limited edition print of 500.
Pocket at rear contains the signed/numbered print detail of "Greyman Cries, Shaman Dies, Billowing Smoke, Beauty Evoked," along with 2 folding color posters.
Profusely illustrated, mostly in color. 189 pages.
DetailsKapoor’s first solo exhibition was held at Patrice Alexandre, Paris in 1980. His international reputation was quickly established, with a string of solo shows being held annually in countries around the world.
He represented Britain, along with Stephen Farthing and Bill Woodrow, in the Paris Biennale in 1982, and again in 1990 at the Venice Biennale, for which he was awarded Premio Duemila.
The following year he won the Turner Prize Award. Kapoor’s work has also been included in many key international group exhibitions since 1974.