1. The book is designed by Anish Kapoor.
2. The illustrations are uniquely arranged using a Japanese fold.
3. The book includes Anish Kapoor's early work to more recent work, including unpublished sketches and drawings.
4. The book includes an essay by Homi Bhabha, a professor at Harvard University.
5. All titles descriptions in this book are in English and Korean.
Publication date: October 25, 2012
Marking the first large scale museum exhibition of the artist in East Asia, the catalog was published on the occasion of the exhibition Anish Kapoor, at Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art in Seoul. The exhibition charted the development of Kapoor's oeuvres starting from his early pigment works to the void works, stainless steel sculptures and recent Cor Ten steel work. Produced in direct collaboration with the artist, the accompanying catalog includes Kapoor's comprehensive works in the following six categories: Objects full of darkness, Monochrome, Non-object, Proto objects, Internal objects, and Auto-generated objects. French fold printing allows the continuity of his works to extend through the pages of this extensively illustrated volume. Essays by Lee Ufan, Joan Kee and Homi Bhabha as well as an introduction by the exhibition curator Tae Hyunsun add critical dimension. This bilingual catalog contains texts in both English and Korean
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Book Description Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea, 2012. Softcover. White and illus. paper wraps, French flaps, 448 pp. in Japanese double-fold style; many color and BW illus. Text is in English and Korean. Issued in conjunction with a 2012-2013 exhibition of artwork rendered by Indian-born British-based visual artist Anish Kapoor (b. 1954). With texts by Tae Hyunsun, Lee Ufan, Joan Kee, and Homi K. Bhabha. Highly illustrated. Uncommon. VG- (Ex-art library, with spine label and barcode label on rear cover; light wear to open edge, otherwise quite clean.). Bookseller Inventory # 160812