The Royal Academy of Arts will hold a solo exhibition of the acclaimed artist Anish Kapoor later this year. The exhibition will cover Kapoor's career to date and showcase new works.
One of the highlights, Svayambh, has the appearance of a vast mass of wax that moves almost imperceptibly on sunken rails leaving a residue in its wake.
Kapoor's work, Shooting into the Corner (2009), features a cannon that shoot projectiles of red wax into a corner at regular intervals. The wax will build and take on new forms as the show continues.
His early pigment sculptures - such White sand, Red millet, Many Flowers (1982) - secured Kapoor's early reputation at home and abroad.
Also included in the exhibition will be stainless steel reflective sculptures, (left to right) Non Object (Door), 2008; Non Object (Pole), 2008; and Vertigo (2008).
Anish Kapoor will open at the Royal Academy of Arts on 26 September and run until 11 December.