Sculptures created by the Indian-born British artist Anish Kapoor can be found in many places throughout the world. Turning the World Upside Down arrived at the Israel Museum in 2010, immediately taking a central position atop the long promenade leading visitors to the Museum. Its lustrous stainless-steel exterior, in which Jerusalem is reflected upside down, attracts visitors of all ages.
The sculpture was gifted to the Museum by Richard Goldman, San Francisco; Charles Bronfman, New York; and Lily Safra, Monaco, with additional support from the Barbara and Eugene Schwartz Contemporary Art Acquisition Endowment Fund.SHOW MORE
Weight 50 g Dimensions 5 × 5 × 2 cm
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