Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Julia Eckert, Udo Kittelmann, Gabriele Knapstein, et al.
This publication documents Berlin-based painter Katharina Grosse’s (born 1961) installation in the historic hall of the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin. Grosse’s vibrant spraypainted acrylic on walls, ceilings and floors, with sculptural elements, destabilizes museum space.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Helmut Friedel. Text by Katrin Dillkofer, Helmut Friedel.
Gathering a selection of brightly colorful and vigorously gestural abstractions by Berlin-based artist Katharina Grosse (born 1961) from 1990 to 2016, this volume constitutes a concise overview of her career in painting.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Katharina Grosse. Text by Ann Cotten, Dustin Breitenwischer, Jörg Daur, Alexander Klar, Sally McGrane, et al.
Featuring 443 works made between 1987 and the present, this monograph surveys the career of German artist Katharina Grosse (born 1961). It draws on the artist's archive to show the parallels between her paintings and her installations.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Foreword by Beat Wismer. Text by Dustin Breitenwischer, Ulrich Loock, Philipp Kaiser.
German artist Katharina Grosse (born 1961) has created a spectacular walk-in installation, measuring almost 800 square meters, in the hall of the Museum Kunstpalast, using large quantities of soiland panels of fabric, as well as massive paintings. This catalogue presents her methods, plans and execution.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Elizabeth Thomas. Text by Doug Ashford, Anthony Elms, Daniel Marcus.
This volume documents seven spraypainted murals by Katharina Grosse (born 1961), collectively titled Psychylustro, which punctuate the path between the 30th Street Station in Philadelphia and Atlantic City in New Jersey, and which can be seen by the 34,000 travelers who travel this route daily.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Katharina Grosse, Ulrich Loock, Annika Reich. Text by Ulrich Loock.
This book examines the vibrant, abstract paintings and large-scale installations of German artist Katharina Grosse (born 1961). Grosse paints on the floor, walls and facades of the exhibition sites, and often introduces unexpected objects like beds or balloons, merging painting, sculpture and architecture.
Published by Moderne Kunst Nürnberg. Text by Christiane Grathwohl-Scheffel, Isabel Herda, Jochen Ludwig.
Renowned German painter and installation artist Katharina Grosse is joined by her mother, the printmaker Barbara Grosse, for their first joint catalogue. Barbara Grosse's etchings keep company with Katharina Grosse's fluorescent-colored spray painted sculptures and panel paintings.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Text by Katja Blomberg, Alexander Koch, Uta Degner, Laura Bieger, Gerd G. Kopper, Antje Dietze. Preface by Thomas Eller.
Exploding the confines of the canvas, Berlin artist Katharina Grosse (born 1961) makes installations with sprayed paintings that transform gallery and museum settings into colorful wraparound environments. No advocate of soothing effects in art, Grosse has built an oeuvre over the past two decades that is surveyed in this first retrospective volume.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Milovan Ferronato. Text by Arno Brandlhuber.
Katharina Grosse’s new work, in large or “hyper” format, is not necessarily oriented towards monumental effect. Rather, it offers an alternative to the customary hierarchical relationship between the artwork and its beholder. It is shown here in Modena’s stunning Palazzina dei Giardini.
Published by Walther König, Köln. Edited by Jean-Charles Vergne.
The Flower Show, which can be opened from either the beginning or the end, documents two exhibitions by German artist Katharina Grosse. The elliptical structure of the book echoes Grosse's site-specific abstract installations in which colorful swathes of paint are applied in wide, gestural arcs to a variety of surfaces.
Published by Richter Verlag. Artwork by Katharina Grosse. Text by Stefan Bodekker, Roman Kurzmeyer, Judy Millar, Angela Schneider, Beat Wismer.
In Katharina Grosse's large-scale, temporary, site-specific wall paintings, the emotional effect of color is at stake. Applied with an airbrush atomizer, Grosse's paint fields of discordant colors battle, blend, drip, layer, and float freely over walls and ceilings from Germany to America to Australia.