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Anish Kapoor.


"It will be up in the air until the last minute," says Anish Kapoor of the contents of his September show, organized by Kunsthaus director Eckhard Schneider. This would be nerve-racking for some, particularly given work known for both immaculate finish and theatrical scale, but Kapoor seems calmly airy. One definite inclusion, to be realized in situ, sounds unlike the Kapoor I know: a chest-high motorized block of steel moving slowly through a mountain of red grease. Another possibility is a large hollowed-out granite egg yielding an ephemeral visual ghost within the stone. "Working with the material to make the immaterial, working with the immaterial to make the physical: In Bregenz we're hoping to bring these things together," Kapoor says. Sept. 27-Nov, 16.--DF
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Title Annotation:abstract sculptor; Bregenz, Austria
Publication:Artforum International
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Sep 1, 2003
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