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  1. The imaginative work of Joana Vasconcelos invades Phillips in London

    […] Vasconcelos broke into the international art scene with “The Bride” at the 51st Venice Biennale in 2005 – a 5-metre tall chandelier made of wire, cotton thread and over 14,000 tampons. In 2012, she was chosen for that year’s solo exhibition at the Palace of Versailles in France, the first female and the youngest contemporary artist to be chosen, with work that was not without controversy as is this year’s exhibition by Anish Kapoor. […]

  2. Red fiery contrasts and contradictions: Anish Kapoor at Lisson Gallery

    […] new relationships that cross time and space, as he did with his 2015 exhibition in the garden of The Palace of Versailles.  The question which the viewer is left to ponder here is whether these images represent the start […]

  3. Contrasting old and new – Marc Quinn and Rachel Kneebone at the Soane Museum and the V&A

    […] buildings and museums.   Versailles does it on a larger scale than most, as sculptors such as Anish Kapoor in 2015 take over and transform the gardens.   But, here in London, Marc Quinn has done the impossible […]

  4. Reflections in space and time by Anish Kapoor at Pitzhanger Manor

    […] In 2015, he had the challenge of installing an exhibition of large works within the gardens of the Palace of Versailles, giving the historic formal layouts a new contemporary twist.   The recent refurbishment of […]

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