Just as you can’t set out to make something beautiful, you can’t set out to make something spiritual. What you can do is recognise that it may be there. It normally has something to do with not having too much to say. There seems to be space for the viewer, and is sometimes something we identify as being spiritual. And it is all about space. Anish Kapoor
I received the following email:
Hi, my name is Nicholas and I work at Artsy.net. While researching Anish Kapoor
I found your website – http://squareone-learning.com
. Great site, by the way.
I actually worked on Artsy’s new Anish Kapoor page and I think it would be a great resource for your readers. The newly designed page includes his bio, over 100 of his works, exclusive articles about Kapoor, as well as his up-to-date exhibitions – it’s a unique Anish Kapoor resource.
I’d like to suggest adding a link to Artsy’s Anish Kapoor page
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“Artists don’t make objects. Artists make mythologies.” – Anish Kapoor
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The earlier post here included a quote from Mr. Kapoor. Excellent site for Anish Kapoor at Artsy
(As was Mr. Kapoor, I was born in 1954, and, as is Mr. Kapoor, I am an artist. I’m a philosopher too, but not a philosopher of art.)