Katharina Fritsch (London) Reviews
Description:Tate Modern, Bankside, London.
Newest Review: ... Stands". Two of these hold many copies of a single object, and two hold a collection of different objects. One of the single object Display Stands consists of a stack of 145 vases, designed by Fritsch. Each vase has been produced using cast polyester, and decorated with a crude rendering of an ocean liner - looking not unlike a souvenir. The other Display Stand holds 288 identical vivid ... more
Customer Katharina Fritsch (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/10/01, updated on 09/10/01 (Very useful, 408 readings)
Back in 1999 the publishers Taschen produced a book entitled "Art at the turn of the Millennium" highlighting 137 contemporary artists to look out for in years to come. At the time, all of the artists had had a few major exhibitions, but many were hardly known on the international stage. It has been interesting, since then, to see which of the artists featured have gone on to have successful careers and further major exhibitions. One of the artists that I was most intrigued by in the book was Katharina Fritsch, a German artist, who takes a very precise approach to her art, presenting monochromatic objects which examine the role of myth and folklore in ... Read the complete review
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