Straight off the back of his exhibition at Sydney's MCA, contemporary artist Anish Kapoor is currently exhibiting a comprehensive collection of his work at the Martin Gropius Bau Museum in Berlin. It consists of 70 works that cover 3,000 square metres - with some of the new pieces referencing the building's link to Berlin and the Nazi era.
In the atrium of the museum stands one of the larger pieces - Sympathy for a Beloved Sun - where four conveyor belts carry wax up high and then it tips over the edge, crashing to the ground with a loud splat. The piece itself is an homage to artist Joseph Beuys who presented 'In Zeitgeist' in the same space in 1982.
The exhibition runs until the 24 of November 2013.