Feb 07, 2017

Israel Hayom | Renowned sculptor Anish Kapoor wins prestigious Genesis Prize

British-Indian Jewish sculptor receives the prize for commitment to Israel and Judaism • Kapoor "is one of the most influential and innovative artists of his generation," committee says • Kapoor to donate $1 million award to "alleviate refugee crisis."

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