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Larger than life

Anish Kapoor challenges perceptions in a mind-bending show at the ICA

'S-Curve' (Dave Morgan)
The 14 large works on display in "Past, Present, Future" at the Institute of Contemporary Art include "Inwendig Volle Figur” (above).
By Sebastian Smee
Globe Staff / May 30, 2008

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A gainst the rather dismissive definition of sculpture as something you bump into when you back away from a painting, Britain's Anish Kapoor proposes a new definition: sculpture as a kind of optical whirlpool, something that sucks you in and makes all your certainties vanish. (Full article: 1324 words)

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