Katharina Fritsch (German, b. 1956) creates meticulously and painstakingly produced sculptures that manipulate color, scale, detailing, and multiplicity to create feelings of unease and wonderment. She mines personal and collective memories for images that are uncannily familiar, permeated with myth, religion, and the supernatural. More than personal, her work is psychological. Fritsch represented Germany at the Venice Biennale in 1995 and has had solo shows at the Kunstmuseum Basel, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, Tate Modern in London, and K21 in Düsseldorf.
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