SIGNS, Istanbul, a new platform for arts, presents Anish Kapoor’s Into Yourself, Fall (2018) opening 3 February 2020.
Titled When You Touch About Me, I Think Myself, the exhibition brings together works inspired by thoughts on touch; the most primitive of all senses and at times most unclear to define the characteristics and the borders of. The palpable and tactile aspect of animate and inanimate beings and defined spaces assert one’s sense of self. The comfort of reaching out for a touch saves one from the eternal corridors of the void and the unending universe becomes altogether tangible, perceivable and equal to our physicality.
The exhibition will be on view until 30 April.
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