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Katharina Grosse Aarhus

OPEN-TALKS: KATHARINA GROSSE
WED 29 NOV 2017

7PM, CAMBERWELL COLLEGE OF ARTS , £5/£3

An in conversation event with Katharina Grosse discussing her practice and her solo exhibition at the South London Gallery. open—talks is a series of talks conceived by the SLG and Camberwell College of Arts offering an alternative curriculum that synthesises the current interests and research focus of both institutions.

TICKETS

To book call 020 7703 6120, the box office is open 11am-6pm, Tuesday-Sunday and 11am-9pm on Wednesdays.
There are a limited amount of free tickets available for students from Camberwell College of Arts, please email mail@southlondongallery.org to book

BIOGRAPHY

Katharina Grosse was born in 1961 in Freiberg, Germany, and now lives and works in Berlin. Her work has been featured in international solo and group exhibitions, as well as major arts projects and biennales. Grosse’s most recent site-specific installations include Rockaway! for MoMA PS1’s “Rockaway!” program (2016) and Untitled Trumpet for the 56th Biennale di Venezia (2015). Notable solo exhibitions include “Constructions à cru,” Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2005); “Atoms Outside Eggs,” Serralves, Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Porto (2007); “Hello Little Butterfly I Love You What’s Your Name,” ARKEN—Museum for Moderne Kunst, Copenhagen (2009); “Two younger women come in and pull out a table,” De Pont Museum of Contemporary Art, The Netherlands; “WUNDERBLOCK,” Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas both (2013); “yes no why later,” Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow (2015); and Museum Frieder Burda, Germany (2016).

 

Image: Katharina Grosse, Asphalt Air and Hair, 2017. ARoS Triennial THE GARDEN – End of Times; Beginning of Time. The Garden – The Future, Aarhus, Denmark. © Katharina Grosse and VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2017. Photo: René Dame.