Untitled by Anish Kapoor



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Signed, limited edition print by Anish Kapoor

We are delighted to offer ten signed limited edition prints by the celebrated artist Anish Kapoor. This signed print is reproduced from the painting, Untitled, which was created for the Glyndebourne Festival Programme Book 2003.

Kapoor also designed the 2003 Glyndebourne production of Mozart’s Idomeneo conducted by Simon Rattle and directed by Peter Sellers.

Each print is hand signed and dated in pencil by the artist.

Print is 570 x 380mm, with a paper size of 800 x 630mm

Sir Anish Mikhail Kapoor, CBE, RA (born 12 March 1954) has exhibited worldwide including the Kunsthalle Basel, Reina Sofia Madrid, CAPC Bordeaux, Hayward Gallery London, Tate Modern London, Manchester Art Gallery, Lisson Gallery.

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Paper Wove paper
Print Offset lithograph
Exclusive to Glyndebourne Yes
Frame Unframed
Size Print is 570 x 380mm, with a paper size of 800 x 630mm
Artist Anish Kapoor

About The Artist

Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor was born in Mumbai, India in 1954 and lives and works in London. He studied at Hornsey College of Art, London, UK (1973–77) followed by postgraduate studies at Chelsea School of Art, London, UK (1977–78). Recent solo exhibitions include ‘Surge’ at Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2019); Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum and Imperial Ancestral Temple, Beijing, China (2019); CorpArtes, Santiago, Chile (2019); Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery, London, UK (2019); Serralves Museum, Porto, Portugal (2018); ‘Descension’ at Public Art Fund, Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 1, New York, NY, USA (2017); Parque de la Memoria, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2017); MAST Foundation, Bologna, Italy (2017); Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC), Mexico City, Mexico (2016); Couvent de la Tourette, Eveux, France (2015); Château de Versailles, Versailles, France (2015) and The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, Moscow, Russia (2015). He represented Britain at the 44th Venice Biennale in 1990 with Void Field (1989), for which he was awarded the Premio Duemila for Best Young Artist. Kapoor won the Turner Prize in 1991 and has honorary fellowships from the University of Wolverhampton, UK (1999), the Royal Institute of British Architecture, London, UK (2001) and an honorary doctorate from the University of Oxford, UK (2014). Anish Kapoor was awarded a CBE in 2003 and a Knighthood in 2013 for services to visual arts. Large scale public projects include Cloud Gate (2004) in Millennium Park, Chicago, USA and Orbit (2012) in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, UK and Ark Nova (2013) the world’s first inflatable concert hall in Japan. Biography credit: Lisson Gallery