Anish Kapoor is a renowned British abstract sculptor, born in India in 1954. He was then settled in London in 1973 and was awarded the Turner Prize in 1990 and in 1991. His work is minimal, yet powerful and large in shape, form or number. Very often the sculptures are in curved forms, monochromatic and brightly coloured. The use of red wax is part of his current repertoire, evocative of flesh, blood and transfiguration.