Katharina Grosse: Spectrum without Traces
March 17 - April 30, 2023
Katharina Grosse is one of the most important painters of the present day. For "Spectrum without Traces" she has limited her palette to six colors and sprayed them unmixed on canvases.
Katharina Grosse is known for her bold, tactile paintings and intense colors. Since the late 1990s, the artist has used a spray painting technique to challenge, redefine, and subvert traditional notions of painting. Her kaleidoscopic imagery spills over into the physical world and extends across walls, floors, ceilings, everyday objects, and sculptural structures.
"Spectrum without Traces": Colors in Constant Flux
Through her radical inclusion of space as a field of action, the artist achieves a paradoxical clash of the expanse of color with our material existence. The color, which traces the artist's thought process or gaze, thus develops an independent vitality. Parallel to her in situ works, Grosse continues to work on her studio paintings, the most recent development of which is embodied in the new group of works.
About Katharina Grosse
Katharina Grosse was born in 1961 in Freiburg. She completed her studies at the art academy in Münster. In 1999, Grosse received the First Prize of the German Volks- und Raiffeisenbanken and, in 2003, the Fred Thieler Prize of the Berlinische Galerie. This was followed by the Oskar Schlemmer Prize in 2014 and the Otto Ritschl Art Prize in 2015. Katharina Grosse lives and works in Berlin.
- Katharina Grosse: Spectrum without Traces
- Galerie Max Hetzler
- 17 March 2023
- 30 April 2023
- Opening Hours
- Tuesday to Saturday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Admission Fee
At a Glance
Galerie Max Hetzler
Potsdamer Straße 77-8710785 Berlin
- 0.4km U Kurfürstenstr.
Gedenkstätte Dt. Widerstand
- 0.1km Lützowstr./Potsdamer Str.
Source: Galerie Max Hetzler/Berlin.de
| Last edited: 16 March 2023