Stainless steel work by Indian artist Anish Kapoor is back on show at Bradford's Cartwright Hall

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ON REFLECTION: Museum worker Chris Parker with Anish Kapoor’s sphere, which has just been reinstated in Cartwright Hall’s main entrance ON REFLECTION: Museum worker Chris Parker with Anish Kapoor’s sphere, which has just been reinstated in Cartwright Hall’s main entrance

A stainless steel sphere-shaped art installation is back home at a gallery in Bradford.

The 1.5-ton sculpture by Anish Kapoor called Turning The World Inside Out has been reinstalled in the Sculpture Court at Cartwright Hall.

Bradford Museums and Galleries commissioned the artist to create an installation specifically for the gallery’s atrium in 1997 and the piece has been included in a national exhibition since March 2011, which was organised by Arts Council England.

Mr Kapoor is an Indian-born British sculptor who won the Turner Prize in 1991. One of his most recent commissions was Orbit, a permanent artwork for the 2012 Olympic Park standing at 115 metres and making it the tallest sculpture in the UK.

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