Anish Kapoor

BIOGRAPHY
Born 1954 in Bombay, India. Lives and works in London.
Education: Hornsey College of Art, London, 1973-77 Chelsea School of Art, London, 1977-78
Taught at Wolverhampton Polytechnic, 1979 Artist in Residence, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, 1982

Solo Exhibitions
2012 “Anish Kapoor,” Pinchuk Art Centre, Kyiv, Ukraine, April 28- October 2012
2011 “Anish Kapoor: Push Pull,” Galleria Massimo Minini, May 28-September 17 2011 “Anish Kapoor: Turning the World Inside Out,” Santa Barbara Museum of Art,
October 8, 2011 – January 15, 2012 “ Almost Nothing,” Chapel of the Paris École nationale supérieure des beaux-
arts, Paris, May 12 – June 11, 2011 “Anish Kapoor,” Rotonda della Besana and Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano,
May 31 – October 9, 2011 “Ascension,” Basilica di San Giorgio, Venice, Italy, May 31, 2011. “Anish Kapoor: Monumenta 2011,” Le Grand Palais, Paris, France, May 11 – June
23, 2011. “Flashback,” Manchester Art Gallery, from the Arts Council Collection,
Manchester, March 3- June 5, 2011; travels to College of Art, Edinburgh, August 3- October 9, 2011; travels to Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Nottingham, November 19, 2011 – March 11, 2012; travels to Longside Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, June 160 November 4, 2012
2010 “Anish Kapoor,” Mehboob Film Studios, Mumbai, India, November 29 – January 16, 2011
“Anish Kapoor,” National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, India, November 28 - February 27, 2011
“Anish Kapoor: Turning the World Upside Down,” Kensington Gardens, London, England, September 28 – March 13, 2011
“Anish Kapoor,” SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, Tokyo, April 27- June 19, 2010 "Anish Kapoor: An exhibition to coincide with the launch of Temenos,"
Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Middlesbrough, UK, March 25 –
August 15, 2010 “Anish Kapoor,” The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain, March 16 –
October 12, 2010
2009 “New Works,” Lisson Gallery, London, UK,, October 14 – November 14, 2009 “Anish Kapoor: Memory,” The Guggenheim Museum, New York, October 21,
2009- March 28, 2010 “Anish Kapoor,” Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK, September 26 –
December 11, 2009 “Drawings,” Regen Projects, Los Angeles, CA, January 8 – February 28 2009
2008 “Shooting into the Corner,” Mak, Vienna, Austria, January 20-April 19, 2009 “Memory,” Berlin –Mitte, November 30, 2008 – January 2, 2009
Title, Location/Gallery or Institutuion, city, state or country, datesMartinez, Rose, “Islamic Mirror,” Santa Clara Convent, Murcia, November 25, 2008- January 10, 2009
“Anish Kapoor,” Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachusetts, May 30– September 7, 2008
“Anish Kapoor,” Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY, May 12, - April 2008
2007 “Svayambh,” Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany, October 18, 2007 – January 20, 2008
“Anish Kapoor,” Galleria Continua Beijing, China, September 1 – December 1, 2007
“Anish Kapoor,” Haus Der Kunst, Munich “Anish Kapoor,” Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY, March 9 – April 14, 2007
2006 “Anish Kapoor,” Lisson Gallery, London, United Kingdom, October 13 – November 18, 2006
“Anish Kapoor,” curated by Marcello Dantas and Lorenzo Fiaschi, Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Brazil, July 24- September 7, 2006; travels to the Centro Cultural banco do Brasil, Brasilília, October 12 , 2006 – January 7, 2007; travels to the Centro Cultural Banco do Brasi, São Paulo, January 29,2007 – April 1, 2007; cat.
“Anish Kapoor,” Regen Projects, Los Angeles, California, February 24 – March 25, 2006
“My Red Homeland,” Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga, Spain, January 27 – April 30, 2006
2005 “Anish Kapoor: Japanese Mirrors,” SCAI The Bathhouse, Tokyo, Japan, November 18 – December 22, 2005
2004 “Anish Kapoor,” Galleria Massimo Minini, Brescia, Italy, September 25 - December 18, 2004
“Whiteout,” Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, May 8 – June 25, 2004
2003 “Painting.” Lisson Gallery, London, England Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Italy, October 25, 2003-January 15,
2004 “Anish Kapoor: la montagna, la pietra, lo specchio,” National Art Gallery,
Rome, Italy, December 3, 2003-March 7, 2003 “My Red Homeland,” Kunsthaus Bregenz
2002 "The Unilever Series: Anish Kapoor," Tate Modern, London, England
2001 Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York
2000 Regen Projects, Los Angeles “Blood,” Lisson Gallery, London
"The Edge of the World," permanent installation at Axel Vervoordt Kanal, Wijnegem, Belguim
1999 Galeria Andre Viana, Porto, Portugal CAPC, Musee d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux
Scai the Bathhouse, Tokyo, Japan “Installation by Anish Kapoor,” Baltic Center for Contemporary Art,
Gateshead, UK
1998 Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela Massimo Minini, Brescia, Italy
Lisson Gallery, London Hayward Gallery, London
CAPC, Musee d’art contemporain de Bordeaux (catalogue) La Chapelle de la Salpetiere, Paris, “Her Blood”
1996 Angles Gallery , Santa Monica, CA Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany, “Um Fontana”
Massimo Minini, Brescia, Italy Lisson Gallery, London Kunst-Station St. Peter, Cologne Aboa Vetus & Ars Nova, “Anish Kapoor. Sculptures,” Turku Finland Kettle’s Yard, “Anish Kapoor. Two Sculptures,” Cambridge
1995 Fondazione Prada, Milano, Italy Lisson Gallery, London
De Pont, Tilburg, The Netherlands Nishimura Gallery, Tokyo, “Gourd”
1994 Stuart Regen Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1993 Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel (catalogue)
Des Moines Art Center, Iowa National Gallery of Canada, Ottowa The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, “Sculptures” Lisson Gallery, London
1992 Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (catalogue) Stuart Regen Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Galeria Soledad Lorenzo, Madrid, Spain
1991 Kunstverein Hannover (catalogue) Palacio de Velazquez, Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain, (catalogue) Feuerle, Koln, “Anish Kapoor & Ban Chiang” (catalogue) The 6th Japan Ushimado International Art Festival, Ushimado, Japan
1990 Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, “Drawings” British Pavilion, The 44th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy. Organized by The British Council (catalogue) Magasin, Centre National d’Art Contemporain, Grenoble Tate Gallery, London, “Anish Kapoor: Works on Paper”
1989 Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York Kohji Ogura Gallery, Nagoya, Japan (catalogue)
Lisson Gallery, London, “Void Field” 1988 Lisson Gallery, London
1987 Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney, “Anish Kapoor: Works on Paper 1975-1987” (catalogue). Traveled to Museum of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
1986 Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, “Anish Kapoor: Recent Sculpture and Drawings” (catalogue) Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY “Sensual Transcendence: The
Sculpture of Anish Kapoor” (catalogue) Kunstnerses Hus, Oslo, “Anish Kapoor” (catalogue)
1985 Kunsthalle, Basel (catalogue). Traveled to the Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum,
Eindhoven Lisson Gallery, London
Donald Young Gallery, Chicago Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, “Currents: Anish Kapoor,” (catalogue)
1984 Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York Galerie Paul Maenz, Cologne
1983 Galerie ’t Venster, Rotterdam, Organized by Rotterdam Arts Council, “Anish Kapoor: Beeldhouwwerken” (catalogue)
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, “Feeling into Form” (catalogue); traveled to Le Nouveau Musee, Lyon
Lisson Gallery, London
1982 Lisson Gallery, London Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
1981 Coracle Press, London 1980 Patrice Alexandre, Paris (studio exhibition)
Selected Group Exhibitions:
2012 “Lux Perpetua,” Kamel Mennour, March 26 – May 16 ,2012 “Matters of Fact,” Hessel Museum of Art, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, March 18 – May 27, 2012
"Anish Kapoor," Pinchuk Art Centre, Kyiv, Ukraine, April 28- October 2012
2011 "Made in the UK: Contemporary Art from the Richard Brown Baker Collection," Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, Providence, RI,
September 3, 2011 - January 8, 2012
2010 “Spazio/ Space,” The National Museum of the XXI Century Arts, Rome, Italy, May 30 – January 23, 2011
“Outiside the Box: Edition Jacob Samuel, 1988 – 2010,” The UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA, May 23 – August 29, 2010
“Sexuality and transcendence,” Pinchuk Art Centre, Kiev, Ukraine, April 24 – September 19, 2010
2009 “Anish Kapoor, John McCracken, avid Rabinowitch, Rachel Whiteread,” Fredericks & Freiser, New York, NY, May 9 – June 26, 2009
“3,” Lisson Gallery, London, April 8 – April 25, 2009
2008 “Helga de Alvear und Harald Falckenberg im Dialog,” Phoenix Kulterstiftung, Hamburg, November 21 – March 15, 2008
“Ambition of Art,” Institut d’art Contemporain (IAC), Lyon “Traces du Sacre,” Centre Georges Pompidou, Galerie I, Paris “Blood on Paper - the Art of the Book,” Victoria and Albert Museum London,
April 29 – June 2009 “Blake’s Shadow,” Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
2007 “Makers and Modelers: Works in Ceramic,” Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY, September 8 – October 13, 2007
“Arttempo-Where Time Becomes Art,” Palazzo Fortuny, Venice, Italy, June 9 – November 5, 2007
“Estuaire: A Brand New Artistic Trail,” Nantes, Saint-Nazaire, France, June 1 –
September 1, 2007 “Fast Forward: Contemporary Collections for the Dallas Museum of Art,”
Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, February 11 – May 20, 2007; cat. “Timer 01/Intimacy,” Milan, March 30 – June 16 “Counterpoint III:, Louvre, Paris, April 4 – July 25 “Simply Red,” The Fabric Workshop & Museum, Philadelphia
“Slow,” Z33, Hasselt, Belgium, November 25, 2007 – February 2008
2006 “Surprise Surprise,” Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, England, August 2 – September 10, 2006
“The Grande Promenade,” curated by Anna Kafetsi, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece, July 17 – September 29, 2006
“The 5th Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art,” Queensland Art Gallery, South Brisbane
“Concepts for a Collection,” Exhibition Cente of Centro Culture de Belem, Brazil “Modern and Contemporary Master Drawings,” Connaught Brown, London
2005 “God is Great,” curated by David Thorp, Istituto Nautico Venier, Venice, Italy, June 10 – September 9, 2005
“Bidibidobidiboo,” curated by Francesco Bonami, Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Collection, Turin, Italy, May 31 – October 2, 2005
“Colour after Klein,” Barbican Art Gallery, May 26 – September 11 2005, cat. “Donnaregina Napoli,” Museo D’Arte Contemporanea “(In)Visible/ // (in) Corporeo,” Museo d’Arte Provincia di Nuoro, Istanbul
Modern
2004 “Opera Video,” Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, Italy, February 2004 “Arts and Architecture 1900-2000,” Palazzo Ducale, Genova
“Gwangju Biennale,” Korea “Lustwarande 04,” Tilburg, Netherlands “Pain: Passion, Compassion, Sensibiliy,” Science Museum, London “Dzine, Beautiful Things,” May 14-June 19, Shiraishi Contemporary Art Inc,
Japan
2003 "Inaugural Exhibition," Regen Projects, Los Angeles, CA, January 25 - March 8 “Minimalism and More: Contemporary Art From The Frederick R. Weisman Art
Foundation,” Malibu, CA, August 22 – November 16, 2003 “Fresh” Contemporary British Artists in Print,” Edinburgh Printmakers,
Scotland “Ineffable Beauty,” Schon Unaussprechlich, Kunsthalle Erfurt “Beaufort 2003,” Ostend, Belgium “Mind Space,” Ho-Am Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea “As Heavy as Heaven,” Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz “Windstill,” Cotthem Gallery, Brussels “Blast to Freeze: British Art in the 20th Century,” Les Abattoirs, Toulouse, France Tate Modern, London “Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered,” Migros Museum, Zurich
2002 “Retrospective: 25 years of Collection Modern and Contemporary Art,” Denver Art Museum, November 16, 2002 – August 3, 2003
“Blast to Freeze,” Kuntsmuseum Wolfsburg, September 14 – January, 19, 2003 "Remarks on Color," Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, June 1 - July 26 “No Object, No Subject, No Matter...,” Irish Museum of Modern Art, May 19 –
September 1, 2002 “Imagine You Are Standing Here in Front of Me,” The Caldic Collection in the
Boijmans van Beuningen Museum, Rotterdam
“Work on Paper: Anish Kapoor, Jose Bedia, Richard Serra,” Quint Contemporary Art, California
Barbara Krakow Gallery, 2002 “Colour White,” De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill on Sea, England “Four Women and One Pregnant Man,” Galleri MGM, Oslo, Norway “Sphere,” Sir John Soane’s Museum, London “Homage to Rudolf Schwarzkolger,” Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna “This Aint no Tupperware,” Kunsthoff, Kortrijk and Herford, Belgium “Kaash,” Anish Kapoor, Akram Khan, Nitin Sawhney; touring collaborative
dance production, Paris
2001 "Drawings," Regen Projects, Los Angeles, May 26 - July 21 "The Inward Eye," Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX, December 8 -
February 17, 2002 “Field Day: Sculpture from Britain, Tapei Fine Art Museum, Japan, Organized by
the Taipei Fine Arts and the British Council, cat. “Signatures of the Invisible,” London Institute “1951-2001 Made in Italy,” Triennale, Palazzo dell’Arte, Milan Shanghai Biennale Valencia Biennale “BO0l,” Concepthaus, Malmo “Sculpture in the Close 2001,” Jesus College, Cambridge “Artcite: when Montreal Turns into a Museum,” Museum of Contemporary Art,
Montreal, Canada “Field Day: Sculpture from Britan,” Tapei Fine Art Museum, Japan “Sculpture Conemporaine: Oeveres de la Colelction Frac Rhone-Alpes de
I’Institut d’art contemporain,” Substances, Lyon
2000 “Around 1984: a Look at the Eighties,” PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, NY
"Drawings 2000," Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY, July 6 - August 5, cat.
“Vanitas: Meditations on Life and Death In Contemporary Art,” Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, April 4 – June 28, 2000
“Blue,” New Walsall Museum, Walsall, UK “Groenningen Exhibition 2000,” Charlottenborg, Copenhagen “Sinn und Sinnlichkeit,” Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen, Germany “La Beaute,” Papal Palace, Avignon, France “Lyon Biennale,” Lyon, France “Bluer,” Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago London Road Gallery, Northwich, Liverpool
1999 “Art Worlds in Dialogue,” Museum Ludwig, Cologne “Beauty- 25th Anniversary,” Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC,; touring to Haus der Kunst, Munich, (07.10.99-
17.01.2000), Catalogue: Regarding Beauty “Together: Artists in Support for the Homeless,” The Passage House, London Obrist, Ulrich Hans “Retrace Your Steps: Remember Tomorrow,” Artists at the
Soane Museum, London
1998 Magasin 3 Stockholm, Konsthall, “Spatiotemporal - Works from the Collection” (catalogue).
“Wounds Between Democracy and Redemption in Contemporary Art,” Moderna Museet Stockholm (catalogue)
“In Celebration, Part II: Highlights from the Collection of Contemporary Sculpture,” Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California “Toward Sculpture,” Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon
“The Art of the 80s” Cultergest, Caixa Geral de Depositos, Lisbon
“Den haag Sculptuur 1999,” The Hague “Prime,” Dundee Contemporary Art, Dundee “Shape of the Century,” Salisbury’s Festival, Salisburg, UK “The and Now,” Lisson Gallery, London
1997 “Meditations,” Madrasa Ibn Youssef, Marrakech “Belladonna,” Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
“entgegen,” Mausoleum am Dom, Graz “Follow Me, Britische Kunst an der Unterelbe,” Stade, Germany “Arte Continua,” Chiesa di San Giusto and Pinacoteca Civica, Volterra,
Italy “Changing Spaces,” The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit
1996 “Cut, Cast, Assemble: Contemporary Sculpture from the Permanent Collection,” San Francisco
Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco “Betong,” Konsthalle Malmö, Sweden “Gramercy International Art Fair,” Los Angeles, CA “Interzones,” Uppsala Konstmuseum, Sweden
23rd International Biennial of Sao Paolo, Brazil “Collections du Castello di Rivoli,” Le Nouveau Musee, Villeurbanne “Un siecle de Sculpture Anglaise,” Jeu de Paume, Paris “Dissonant Wounds: Zones of Display/Metaphors of Atrophy,” Center for
Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Anandale-On-Hudson “New Art on Paper 2,” Philadelphia Museum of Art “Multiples,” Galerie Lucien Durand, Paris “Works on Paper from the Weltkunst Collection of British Art of the 80s and
90s,” The Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublib
1995 “Ripple Across the Water,” Watari Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo “Contemporary British Printmaking, The Paragon Press, 1986 - 1995,” Yale
Center for British Art, New Haven “Longing and Belonging, Faraway Nearby,” Santa Fe Biennial, Site Santa
Fe Warehouse and the Museum of Fine Art, Santa Fe “ARS’95,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Finland (catalogue + ill. pp.
204-205) “Femininmasculin. Le sexe de l’art,” Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris “British Art of the 1980s and 1990s – works from the WeltKunst Collection ,” The
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin “De Henry Moore os anos 90. Escultura britanica contemporanea,” Auditorio de
Galicia, Santiago de Compostella, Spain “Ideal Standard Summertime,” Lisson Gallery, London “British Abstract Art Part II: Sculpture,” Flowers East, London
1994 “Drawing the Line Against AIDS,” 45th Venice Biennale, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy (catalogue)
“Drawing on Sculpture,” Cohen Gallery, New York Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana, Slovenia “Punishment and Decoration,” Hohenthal und Bergen, Koln “Asian Art Now,” Hiroshima, Japan
“Sculptors’ Drawings,” Tate Gallery, London “Re Rebaudengo Sandretto Collection,” S. Antonio, di Susa, Turin
1993 “Sculpture,” Leo Castelli Gallery, New York City “Another World,” Art Tower Mito, Mito-shi Ibaraki, Japan
“Punti Dell’Arti,” Italian Pavillion, XLV Venice Biennale “Bio 93: State of Siege - Obidos Bienale,” Portugal “River Run,” Dance performance, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London.
Collaboration with Laurie Booth and Hans Kuhn “Tresors De Voyage,” Monasterio dei Padri Mechitaristi dell’ Isola di San
Lazzaro, Degli Armeni, Venice “Body of Drawings,” South Bank touring exhibition, Graves Art Gallery,
Sheffield “Cerco,” Bienal Internacional de Obidos, Portugal “Magazin,” Architectur Zentrum, Vienna
1992 Documenta IX, Kassel, Germany. Catalogue “The New British Sculpture...,” University of N. Texas Art Gallery(catalogue) “Whitechapel Open,” Whitechapel Art Gallery, London “Rhizome,” Haags Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, Holland Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam “Anish Kapoor and Janis Provisor New Editions,” Crown Point Press,
New York Expo ’92, Seville, Spain (collab. w/ David Conner) “De Opening,” De Pont Foundation for Contemporary Art, Tilburg, The
Netherlands “New Voices, New Works for the British Council Collection,” Centre de
Conferences Albert Borschette, Brussels “Anish Kapoor invita Gary Woodley,” Foro per l’Arte Contemporanea, Verona
1991 “The 1991 Turner Prize: An Exhibition of Work by the Four Shortlisted Artists,” Tate Gallery, London (catalogue)
“Masterworks from the Guggenheim Collection,” Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain
“Fragments,” Fifth Street Gallery, London “La Sculpture Contemporaine après 1970,” Foundation Daniel Templon,
Fréjus, France (catalogue) “Trans/Mission,” Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art, Malmö, Sweden.
Organized by Lars Nittve (catalogue) “Made of Stone,” Galerie Isy Brachot, Brussels, Belgium
Gallery Shirakawa, Kyoto
1990 “British Art Now, Japan 1990-1991,“ Setagaya Museum, Tokyo, Organized by the British Council (catalogue); Traveled to Fukuoka Art Museum,
Nagoya City Museum, Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Hyogo
Prefectural Museum, Hiroshima City Museum “Dujourie, Fortuyn, Houshiary, Kapoor,” Rijksmuseum Kroller-Muller,
Otterlo, Holland “Heroes of Contemporary Art,” Galerie Saqqarah, Gstaad, Switzerland
(catalogue); Traveled to TransArt Exhibitions Kreishaus, Cologne “Made of Stone,” Galerie Isy Brachot, Brussels “Works on Paper,” Frith Street Gallery, London “Affinities and Institutions. The Gerlad S. Elliott Collection of
Contempoary Art,” The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago (catalogue)
1989 “Anish Kapoor, Wolfgang Laib, Richard Long,” Galerie Le Gall Peyroulet, Paris
“Collection 1989 à Jacques Guillot,” Musée d’Art Contemporain de Lyon
1988 “British Now: Sculpture et Autres Dessins,” Musee d’Art Contemporain de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec (catalogue)
“1988 Carnegie International,” Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh (catalogue)
“Starlit Waters. British Sculpture: An International Art 1968-88,” Tate Gallery, Liverpool (catalogue)
“Britannica: 30 Ans de Sculpture,” Musee des Beaux-Arts Andre Malraux,
Le Havre (catalogue). Travelled to Ecole d’Architecture de Normandie, Rouen and Musee d’Evreux, Evreux “La Couleur Seule, l’Experience du Monochrome,” Musee St. Pierre, Lyon
(catalogue) “Fourth International Drawing Trienniale,” Kunsthalle Nuremburg
(catalogue) “Europa Oggi/Europe Today,” Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Prato, Italy
(catalogue) “Sculptors on Paper: New Work,” Madison Art Center, Wisconsin. Traveling
(catalogue) “Works on Paper,” Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
1987 “Similia/Dissimilia,” Stadtische Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf (catalogue). Traveled to Wallach Art Gallery, Sonnabend Gallery, and Leo Castelli
Gallery, New York “Viewpoint: L’Art Contemporain en Grande Bretagne,” Musee d’Art Moderne,
Brussels, Organized in cooperation with the British Council (catalogue) “British Art of the 1980’s: 1987,” Liljevachs Konstall, Stockholm,
Organized by the British Council (catalogue). Travelled to Sara Hilden
Art Museum, Tampere “Inside/Outside,” Museum Van Hedendaagse Kunst, Antwerp (catalogue) “Juxtapositions: Recent Sculpture from England and Germany,” The
Institute for Art and Urban Resources, New York (catalogue) “Sacred Spaces,” Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York
1986 “Skulptur - 9 Kunstnere fra Storbrittanien,” Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark (catalogue)
“Sonsbeek 1986 - The International Sculpture Exhibition,” Arnhem,The Netherlands (catalogue)
“Prospect ’86. Eine Internationale Austellung Aktueller Kunst,” Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt (catalogue)
“General Idea, Anish Kapoor, Melisa Miller,” Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
“Inaugural Exhibition,” Lang & O’Hara Gallery, New York “Dessins de Sculpteurs,” Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York “Entre el Objeto y la Imagen,” Palacio de Velazquez Madrid and Fundacion
Caja de Pensiones, Barcelona. Organized by the British Council and
Ministerio de Cultura, Spain (catalogue) “Vessel,” Serpentine Gallery, London
1985 “Currents,” Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (catalogue) “Sculptors’ Drawings,” Artspace Galleries, Aberdeen. Organized by the
Scottish Arts Council, Traveled to Ayr, Lyth, Stirling, Stromness,
Glasgow, and Dracos Arts Center, Athens “Nouvelle Biennale de Paris,” Paris (catalogue) “The British Show,” Organized by the Art Gallery of New South Wales,
Sydney and The British Council (catalogue); Traveled to Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; Queensland Art Gallery Brisbane; The Exhibition Hall, Melbourne; National Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
“7000 Eichen,” Kunsthalle, Tubingen (catalogue) “Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow, and Blue?” Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol “Three British Sculptors,” Neuberger Museum, State University of New
York, Purchase “Anniottanta,” Organized by the Cultura del Commune de Ravenna;
traveled to Bologna, Imola, Romagna “20 Sculptures du FRAC Rhone-Alpes,” l’Abbaye de Tournus, Tournus,
France “Anish Kapoor and Bill Woodrow,” Donald Young Gallery, Chicago “The Poetic Object,” Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin (catalogue);traveled
to Arts Council Gallery, Belfast
1984 “An International Survey of Recent Painting and Sculpture,” Museum of Modern Art, New York (catalogue)
“ROSC ’84,” Dublin, Ireland (catalogue) “The British Art Show: Old Allegiances and New Directions, 1979-1984.”
Organized by the Arts Council of Great Britain (catalogue); traveled to City of Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh; Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield; Southhampton Art Gallery
Galerie Paul Maenz, Cologne, “Anish Kapoor and Bill Woodrow”
1983 “Transformations: New Sculpture from Britain,” XVII Bienal de Sao Paulo, Brazil, Organized by the British Council (catalogue); traveled to Museo
de Arte Moderna, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Museo de Arte Moderna,
Mexico DF; Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkien, Lisbon “Eros Mythos Ironie,” Neue Galerie, Graz, Austria “Constellazione,” Galleria Giorgio Persano, Torino, Italy “New Art,” Tate Gallery, London (catalogue) “The Sculpture Show,” Hayward Gallery/Serpentine Gallery, London, Org.
by the Arts Council of Great Britain (catalogue) “Sculpture 1983,” Van Krimpen Gallery, Amsterdam “Finland Biennale,” Helsinki “Beelden/Sculpture 1983,” Rotterdam Arts Council, Rotterdam (catalogue) “Douceur de l’Avant-Garde,” C’est Rien de le Dire, Rennes, France (catalogue) “Figures and Objects,” John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, (catalogue) “La Trottola di Sirio,” Centro d’Arte Contemporanea, Siracusa, Italy,
Organized by the British Council (catalogue) “Tema Celeste,” Museo Civico d’Arte Contemporanea, Gibellina (catalogue)
1982 “Aperto ’82,” XL Biennale di Venezia, Venice (catalogue) “Englische Plastik Heute/British Sculpture Now,” Kunstmuseum, Luzern,
Switzerland (catalogue) “Paris Biennale,” Paris
“Prefiguration,” Centre d’Art Contemporain, Chambery, France “London/New York 1982,” Lisson Gallery, London “Objects and Figures: New Sculpture in Britain,” Fruitmarket Gallery,
Edinburgh, Organized by the Scottish Arts Council (catalogue) “India: Myth and Reality,” Museum of Modern Art, Oxford “British Sculpture Now,” Kunstmuseum, Lucern (catalogue)
1981 “Objects & Sculpture: Richard Deacon, Antony Gormley, Anish Kapoor, Peter Randall-Page,” Institute of Contemporary Art, London (catalogue),
traveled to Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol “Summer Show,” Serpentine Gallery, London “British Sculpture in the 20th Century: Part 1, Symbol and Imagination
1951-80,” Whitechapel Art Gallery, London (catalogue) 1980 “New Sculpture,” Midland Group Gallery, Nottingham
1979 “Tolly Cobbold: Eastern Arts,” 2nd National Exhibition, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Travelling
“Whitechapel Open,” Whitechapel Art Gallery, London 1978 “Northern Young Contemporaries,” Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
1975 “Young Contemporaries,” Royal Academy of Art, London 1974 “Art into Landscape 1,” Serpentine Gallery, London

Selected Public Collections:
Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh Contemporary Art Society, London DePont Foundation for Contemporary Art, Tilburg Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka Fundacio Berardo, Lisbon Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo Heide Park and Art Gallery, Victoria Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC Leeds City Art Gallery, Leeds Moderna Galerija, Ljublijana Moderna Museet, Stockholm Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci, Prato Museo National Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo, Rome Museum Of Modern Art, New York Musee Saint Pierre, Lyon National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam Tate Gallery, London Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver Walker Art Center and Sculpture Garden Minneapolis Weltkunst Foundation, Zürich

Public Commissions:
Awards:
“Sky Mirror,” organized by Public Art Fund, hosted by Tishman Speyer, at Rockefeller Center, New York, NY, 2006
“Cast Iron Mountain,” Tachikawa Art Project, Japan, 1995 Toronto, Canada, 1998 Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1998
2011 Praemium Imperiale Award in Sculpture 2005 Louise T. Blouin Foundation 1991 Turner Prize Award 1992 “Premio Duemila” Venice Biennale, Italy 1997 Honorary Fellowship at the London Institute 2003 Dayawati Modi A ward

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