The incongruous facets in art center on the balance between the visible aspect of the work itself, and the invisible level construed by the artist’s intellect, understanding, and intent. Artist Anish Kapoor creates works of art that embody the balance of these facets, works of art that challenge the viewer's perception of space and form. Join Docent Janine Loiselle-Newbern in an exploration of Kapoor’s sculpture Upside Down/Inside Out (2003) that intriguingly beckons one to enter into the journey of the altered perspective.
- Thursday, September 5th | 11:30 am | Katz Main
- Saturday, September 7th | 11:30 | Katz Main
- Thursday, September 12th | 10:30 am (Coffee Social) | Katz Main
- Thursday, September 19th | 11:30 am | Katz Main
- Thursday, September 26th | 11:30 am | Katz Main
Image credit line: Anish Kapoor, Upside Down, Inside Out (Al revés, de adentro hacia afuera), 2003. Resin and paint. Museum purchase with funds generously provided by Men's Arts Council Sculpture Endowment, Susan and Eliot Black, Jacquie and Bennett Dorrance, Ellen and Howard Katz, Sally and Richard Lehmann, Robynn and Robert Sussman, Wilde Family Trust, Heather and Michael Greenbaum, Faith Sussman and Richard Corton, Mary Beth and Joseph Cherskov, Jerry Appell, Denise and Robert Delgado, and Patricia and Richard Nolan. © 2019 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.