The World Upside Down by Anish Kapoor

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Sculptor and designer Anish Kapoor installed giant stainless steel curved mirrors at a new show at Kensington Gardens that appears to turn the world upside down. The four sculptures, creating distortions of their surroundings, have taken up residence among the trees and waters of Kensington Gardens for six months.

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Sky Mirror, which measures 10 metres in diameter, has been placed on the side of a lake, where a Henry Moore sculpture once sat. A 24-hour team of security guards has been deployed to protect the valuable works of art, which will reflect the changing colours, foliage and weather of the park.

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Source: The Guardian

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