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Artist Subodh Gupta Exhibits When Soak Becomes Spill At Victoria & Albert Museum

The Victoria & Albert Museum has unveiled When Soak Becomes Spill, a major new installation by leading Indian contemporary artist Subodh Gupta.  

The work, created especially for the Victoria & Albert Museum as part of the India Festival, features a stainless steel bucket standing six metres high and overflowing with hundreds of pots, pans, containers and cooking implements.  The vast sculpture is on display on Exhibition Road out the Victoria & Albert Museum until 31 January 2016.   

When Soak Becomes Spill

When Soak Becomes Spill by leading Indian contemporary artist Subodh Gupta. Photo Credit:  ©Victoria & Albert Museum, London. 

When Soak Becomes Spill

When Soak Becomes Spill by leading Indian contemporary artist Subodh Gupta. Photo Credit:  ©Victoria & Albert Museum, London. 

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