The most comprehensive monograph of the innovative abstract artist Katharina Grosse
Grosse's daring move from the canvas into both architectural space and the landscape, with her signature colourful spray paintings, has resulted in a deeply compelling body of work. From a Toronto airport to a decrepit beach structure on the New York coast and the spaces of major museums worldwide, Grosse's works present thorough, yet temporary, carnivalesque transformations of extant places and situations.
Author Gregory Volk has known Katharina Grosse and written about her work since the very outset of her career, and has witnessed her journey from unique talent to radical visionary. As he suggests here, Grosse's continually developing practice, simultaneously ungainly and exhilarating, bewildering and liberating, radically extends the possibilities for contemporary abstract painting.
- Author: Gregory Volk
- Hardcover: 144 pages | 100 colour illustrations
- Date published: July 2020
- Language: English
- ISBN: 978-1848223233
- Product Dimensions: 29.0 x 24.8 cm