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Anish Kapoor
Nationality: 
british
Gender: 
Male
Birth Date: 
1954
Birth Place: 
Bombay, India
RESIDENCE: Lives and works in London, England EDUCATION: 1994 received Honorary Doctorate, University of Leeds, England 1977-1978 studied at Chelsea School of Art, London 1973-1977 studied at Hornsey College of Art, London ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE: 1982 Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, England AWARDS: 1991 The Turner Prize, Tate Gallery, London 1990 Venice Biennale, Premio Duemila (Prize 2000) SELECTED ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS include: 1990-1996 -British Pavilion, XLIV Venice Biennale, Italy -Tate Gallery, London -Palacio de Velazquez, Madrid -Prada Milanoarte, Milan -Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego 1980-1989 -Lisson Gallery, London -Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York -Kunsthalle, Basel, Switzerland SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS include: 1990-1997 -Thirty-Five Years at Crown Point Press: Making Prints, Doing Art, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (June-September, 1997), FAMSF (October 1997-January 1998) -Group Exhibition, Lance Fung Gallery, New York (March 1997) -Un Siecle de Sculpture Anglaise, Jeu de Paume, Paris -Femininmasculin, Le sexe de l'art, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris -Ars 95 Helsinki, Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland -Contemporary British Art in Print, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut -Sculptors' Drawings, Tate Gallery, London -Affinities and Intuitions, The Gerald S. Elliott Collection of Contemporary Art, The Art Institue of Chicago -British Art Now: A Subjective View, organized by the British Council (traveled in Japan) 1980-1989 -Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -Objects & Sculpture: Richard Deacon, Antony Gormley, Anish Kapoor, Peter Randall-Page, Institute of Contemporary Art, London (traveled) -The Sculpture Show, Hayward Gallery/Serpentine Gallery, London -Viewpoint: L'art contemporain en Grande Bretagne, Musee Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles, Belgium 1974-1979 -Art into Landscape I, Serpentine Gallery, London -Young Contemporaries, Royal Academy of Art, London