Yes, this is me in the hat, snapping myself inside Anish Kapoor’s wonderful C-Curve installation. To see more of the C-Curve go HERE and join me in Looking Glass Land. And yes, this was just an excuse to show again this brilliant piece of public art – the kind that invites you in makes you part of the picture.
Related: Object, subject, object: who cares when it’s this much fun
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39 thoughts on “In Looking Glass Land in Kensington Gardens: Anish Kapoor Revisited”
Beautiful colours. I really like it.
Thanks for stopping by, Stevie
Neat self-portrait and really interesting sculpture.
I am a fan of Anish Kapoor’s work. The one you have featured looks stunning. Thanks for sharing.
Glad you like it Suzanne. On the earlier Anish post ‘object, subject, object’, there’s a link to the other wonderful works in the exhibition. It was so cold that day we didn’t actually feel like walking across the park to visit them which is a great shame.
Wow Tish, I absolutely LOVE this! And so perfect for the challenge. Nicely done.
This is fabulous; I really enjoy Anish Kapoor’s work (though there’s not much change down here in NZ. I did go to Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park north of Auckland where ‘Dismemberment Site 1’ is located. The scale is absolutely amazing! A friend and I stood at the “mouth” kind of looked at each other and both said, “a bottle of detergent, a hose and this would make the best slide ever.” And who said middle aged women have no sense of fun!
Absolutely, Su. I’m totally with you on the fun front. More slides!
I like it, both the photo and the C-Curve. I’d take photos there, too.
Thanks, Janet. I wish I taken more now, but it was an incredibly cold day.
Simply beautiful! We are very fortunate to have Kapoor’s “Cloud Gate” here in Chicago.
Hello John. Yes, lucky you. I’ve seen a pic of it. It is magic isn’t it.
I was upside down when I took photographs at this sculpture in Hyde Park!
I was rather blurred in the upside down version – not surprisingly. Intriguing to think you were there too tho.
What an amazing art installation!
Isn’t it just. If you look at the link to the earlier post on Anish I think there’s a link to the three other wonderful creations that were part of that particular exhibition.
Great fun – so much better than his Olympic Village ‘sculpture’.
Thanks, Robin. Don’t know the O V sculpture. Will have to look it up.
I am such a fan of Mr AK – thanks for that ,Tish.
You are so welcome. Have you seen the video on the earlier post – AK Mangam style
I will take a look.
Very interesting piece of artwork, and a great photo.
Thanks for visiting, Daniel
Really cool. Love it.
Very interesting pictures… both. You ought to try some that are limited within the mirror.
I love it! Must have a look at the link, Tish 🙂
Bravo. I am sure if The Beatles were still in the game they would choose this type of photo for an album cover. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks, Gerry. I love the idea of a pic like this being a Beatles album cover.