Artist Kapoor’s empty London home occupied

British sculptor Anish Kapoor speaks to journalists after receiving Japanese Award for the Arts, the Praerium Imperiale, at a hotel in central LondonLONDON (Reuters) – A disused house belonging to sculptor Anish Kapoor, who designed the Olympic Park's landmark red tower, has been illegally occupied by anti-capitalists for a one-day arts event, the group said on Friday. Members of "Bread and Circuses" recently entered the five-storey Georgian building in Lincoln's Inn Fields, one of central London's most attractive and exclusive garden squares, to protest against corporate involvement in art. It is the first in a series of planned protests by the group targeting next month's London Olympics and other events. …

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