Wish I had a big studio in the center of the city

This publication presents Katharina Grosse's studio as a springboard to explore the relationship between painting and architecture. It highlights the active part of studios in the production of art.
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Fugues in color


The artist Katharina Grosse has fulfilled her dreams of a tailor-made studio, a place large enough to accommodate her large-scale works. This industrial atmosphere is combined with soft light and neutral walls. In close cooperation with the artist, the office of Augustin und frank Architekten placed the studio in Berlin's Mitte neighbourhood which was completed in 2007. The result is a compact, reinforced concrete cube containing workrooms, storerooms, offices, and living space.
Numerous photographs that shows the raw architecture of the new building and the artist's appropriation of the space.

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French language

Edited by Katharina Gross with contributions by Laura Bieger, Andreas Denk, Ulrich Loock, Philip Ursprug
Lars Muller Publishers
17.5 x 23.4
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