A German perspective to perceiving the world

Updated 2019-02-27 15:36:00

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German artist Katharina Grosse is known for using spray guns to directly spray explosive colors onto any surface or space. Her works blur the boundary between painting, sculpture and architecture.

Her eye-catching site-specific works have been exhibited at both museums, such as the Centre Pompidou and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and public venues such as a subway station in Colongne and a coast in Denmark. Her productions widely open people's imagination and redefine their understanding of the world.

Grosse will turn the chi K11 art space in Guangzhou into an immersive environment by creating three large-scale works for her upcoming exhibition at the site, Mumbling Mud, from March 30 to June 2.

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