Katharina Grosse
New York

In conjunction with her first exhibition with Gagosian Gallery New York, the catalogue documents the exhibition and related recent works, and introduces readers to several of her important in-situ paintings.

The catalogue starts with the painting details, extracted from a part of actual size of her painting, emphasizing her bold use of color and stenciled shapes forming luxuriant, overlapping, and cascading imagery. Renown for her use of a spray gun and dissssociation of the artistic act from the hand, this industrial form is reflected in the layout and typography, which influenced by German minimalism/industrial style.

Enclosed in a cardboard diecut slipcase that mirrors Grosse’s process of painting often with the aid of stencils made from cardboard.