KATHARINA GROSSE et al.

From Gerhard Richter to Mary Heilmann (group show)
Kunst Museum Winterthur
3 February – 28 April 2024

Installation view: From Gerhard Richter to Mary Heilmann: Abstract Art from Private Collections and the Museum’s Holdings, Kunstmuseum Winterthur, 2024, photo: Kunstmuseum Winterthur / Reto Kaufmann
Installation view: From Gerhard Richter to Mary Heilmann: Abstract Art from Private Collections and the Museum’s Holdings, Kunstmuseum Winterthur, 2024, photo: Kunstmuseum Winterthur / Reto Kaufmann

Work by Katharina Grosse is included in the group exhibition From Gerhard Richter to Mary Heilmann: Abstract Art from Private Collections and the Museum’s Holdings, at the Kunst Museum Winterthur. Bringing together the work of artists who have substantially influenced painting from the 1980s to the present day, the exhibition examines the artistic approaches that have expanded the possibilities of abstract painting today.

Kunstmuseum Winterthur

Installation view: From Gerhard Richter to Mary Heilmann: Abstract Art from Private Collections and the Museum’s Holdings, Kunstmuseum Winterthur, 2024, photo: Kunstmuseum Winterthur / Reto Kaufmann
Installation view: From Gerhard Richter to Mary Heilmann: Abstract Art from Private Collections and the Museum’s Holdings, Kunstmuseum Winterthur, 2024, photo: Kunstmuseum Winterthur / Reto Kaufmann

Additional:

KATHARINA GROSSE

Warum Drei Töne Kein Dreieck Bilden (solo show)
The Albertina Museum, Vienna
1 November 2023 – 1 April 2024

Installation view: Warum Drei Töne Kein Dreieck Bilden, The Albertina Museum, Vienna, 2023, © Katharina Grosse / Bildrecht, Wien 2023, photo: Sandro E. E. Zanzinger Photographie (2023)
Installation view: Warum Drei Töne Kein Dreieck Bilden, The Albertina Museum, Vienna, 2023, © Katharina Grosse / Bildrecht, Wien 2023, photo: Sandro E. E. Zanzinger Photographie (2023)

The Albertina Museum, Vienna, will present new work by Katharina Grosse created for the museum’s Columned Hall. Spreading out over the historic hall’s ceiling, walls, and floor, Grosse’s groundbreaking form of expanded painting transcends the ‘white cube’ and addresses architectural history. In the Albertina, visitors will enter into the artist’s vibrating fields of colour, thereby shaking up accustomed ways of seeing and embracing an immediate experience of three-dimensional art. The new artwork will be created onsite in the Columned Hall and will be visible – and walkable – for this exhibition only.

The Albertina Museum

Installation view: Warum Drei Töne Kein Dreieck Bilden, The Albertina Museum, Vienna, 2023, © Katharina Grosse / Bildrecht, Wien 2023, photo: Sandro E. E. Zanzinger Photographie (2023)
Installation view: Warum Drei Töne Kein Dreieck Bilden, The Albertina Museum, Vienna, 2023, © Katharina Grosse / Bildrecht, Wien 2023, photo: Sandro E. E. Zanzinger Photographie (2023)