Work

  • Ohne Titel, 2005 • acrylic on canvas, ∅ 200cm
    Ohne Titel, 2005 • acrylic on canvas, ∅ 200cm
  • Ohne Titel, 2003 • acrylic  on aluminium comb board, 95 x 228 cm
    Ohne Titel, 2003 • acrylic on aluminium comb board, 95 x 228 cm
  • «The Horse Trotted Another Couple Of Metres Then  It Stopped» 2017 • Installation view at Carriageworks, Sydney
    «The Horse Trotted Another Couple Of Metres Then It Stopped» 2017 • Installation view at Carriageworks, Sydney
  • Unpainting, 2017 • Installation view at the Art Gallery NSW, Sydney, Australia (AUS)
    Unpainting, 2017 • Installation view at the Art Gallery NSW, Sydney, Australia (AUS)
  • Katharina Grosse, 2016 • Installation view for MoMA PS1’s Rockaway! series, New York, USA
    Katharina Grosse, 2016 • Installation view for MoMA PS1’s Rockaway! series, New York, USA
  • Katharina Grosse, 2016 • Installation view for MoMA PS1’s Rockaway! series, New York, USA
    Katharina Grosse, 2016 • Installation view for MoMA PS1’s Rockaway! series, New York, USA

News

Mumbling Mud

K11 Art Foundation (KAF) and chi K11 art museum are delighted to announce Mumbling Mud, an impressive 1,500 sqm exhibition by internationally acclaimed German artist Katharina Grosse, featuring five site-related, immersive installations.

Wunderbild

Solo exhibition at The National Gallery, Prague
curated by Adam Budak

The German artist Katharina Grosse has prepared a large-scale painting installation in the Great Hall that directly reacts to the industrial space of the gallery built in the Functionalist style in the late 1920s. The exhibition is an architectural painting, a spatial image, in which viewers find their niche using their own bodies and minds.

Katharina Grosse is also creating an artistic intervention on the boundary between architecture and the natural setting outside the gallery. Her often huge, site-specific structures in interiors (institutional space) and exteriors (public space), which frequently integrate organic matter (trees, stones, soil, etc.) are hybrids that cross the dividing line between nature and culture.

Le numerose irregolarita

Katharina Grosse & Tatiana Trouvé
French Academy in Rome – Villa Medici, Rome
curated by Chiara Parisi

This is the fourth and last exhibition in the UNE cycle, originated by Muriel Mayette-Holtz and curated by Chiara Parisi. UNE is an ambitious project which, through artistic, intercultural and generational confrontation, has given rise to surprising collaborations and interconnections, providing a contemporary vision of the French Academy in Rome.

Starting from positions and styles seemingly very far apart, Katharina Grosse and Tatiana Trouvé have also created an unprecedented and unexpected dialogue for this cycle. Thanks to their respective projects, different but complicit and complementary, the two artists both born in the 1960s have shaken up the limits of space at the Villa Medici.

Gallery Exhibitions

Group Show (Adieu Gessnerallee!)