Anish Kapoor was born in Mumbai in 1954. In the seventies, he moved to London, where he still lives and writes. He worked for art Basel, the Tate Gallery in London and the sea wall art gallery, Madrid Sophie queen national art center, bordeaux CAPC gallery, Brasilia, Rio DE janeiro, Sao Paulo, CCBB cultural center of well-known international institutions such as personal exhibitions, as well as art galleries in Munich and London's royal institute of art exhibitions. Kapell's work has been collected by many public and private institutions, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Museum of the Stedelijk. He won the Duemila Award for Best young Artist at the Venice Biennale in 1990, the Turner Prize in the UK in 1991 and the Medal of Honour at the London institution in 1997. Kapoor is one of those artists who raises alchemy questions. He is ahead of contradictory concepts, creating works that force us to go beyond appearances and seek existence. He thus makes us reflect on the potential influence of matter and its energy, and hence the metaphor of the whole universe.