Anish Kapoor - a miniature earth created by a mirror. Decoration via vanity's normal path. Sublime

Anish Kapoor, 'Sky Mirror', Serpentine Gallery exhibition 'Turning the World Upside Down' in Kensington Gardens. Photo by Quintin Lake.

Displayed in the Royal Academy of Arts in London, Anish Kapoor - 'Svayambh' (meaning self generated) consists of a 3 by 2.5m block of Red (made from vaseline, red paint and wax),

SVAYAMBH Anish Kapoor , 2007 British sculptor Anish Kapoor ( Indian Bombay) Anish Kapoor has created an enormous sculpture that glides almost imperceptibly on tracks through the monumental.

“Artists don't make objects. Artists make mythologies.” - Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor, Svayambh, Installation at the Royal Academy of Arts, London.

Anish Kapoor, Installed Istanbul - 2013 on ArtStack #anish-kapoor #art

Anish Kapoor, Installed Istanbul - 2013 on ArtStack

An amazing installation from Anish Kapoor- his public pieces have such a strong-but-subtle viewpoint, and the way that they're carefully designed to perfectly interact with architecture, landscape, and people is nothing short of astounding.  Under grey skies, above nature's reflective surface, this geometry and color is fabulous!

'sky mirror, red' by Indian-born British sculptor Anish Kapoor (b Installation view, Kensington Gardens, London, Photo Dave Morgan.

A Perpetual Whirlpool of Black Water Installed in a Gallery Floor by Anish Kapoor

Perpetual Whirlpool of Black Water , A perpetual Whirlpool of Black Water installed in a gallery floor by Anish Kapoor, at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, India's first biennale for conte.

Black whirlpool endlessly spins / by Anish Kapoor

anish kapoor’s black whirlpool endlessly spins at galleria continua descension, 2015 photos by ela bialkowska, okno studio, courtesy the artist and galleria continua, san gimignano/beijing/les moulins

Anish Kapoor - contemporary art installation sculpture metal reflective surface architecture cityscape

A new sculpture by Anish Kapoor 'Tall Tree and the Eye' is displayed in the courtyard of The Royal Academy on September 2009 in London. The Anish Kapoor exhibition runs from September 26 to December 2009 at The Royal Academy.

"C-Curve" installation by Anish Kapoor at South Downs, Brighton, UK, 2009. Photo by Carl Abrams, via Flickr

"C-Curve" installation by Anish Kapoor at South Downs, Brighton, UK, Photo by Carl Abrams, via architecture architecture ideas masterpiece

Sky Mirror Anish Kapoor - Versailles

Sky Mirror by Anish Kapoor - Versailles oktober 2015