Breaking art; Contemporary sculptures by Katharina Fritsch

Contemporary German sculptor Katharina Fritsch is internationally known for her amazing sculptures.

In 2001, Fritsch was appointed Professor of Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts Münster, a post he held until 2010. He is currently Professor of Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf.
In this gallery, the artist contrasts colors and shapes, thus creating works of art without precedents, which adorn public squares and diversity of places in Europe.




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Her works highlight the history of art, folklore and religion as well as subjects as natural as human anatomy and the animal kingdom, mixing often both giving his works a touch of artistic originality elements.



Fritsch showed his sculptures in 1979. His first international success came in 1984 at the Düsseldorf exhibition “Von hier aus” (hereafter). In 1988 he exhibited at the Kunsthalle Basel and in 1997 at the Museum für Gegenwartskunst.
After that his works gained worldwide fame and now have worked in places like Chicago, Philadelphia and Venice.








This talented artist performs works whose elaboration is quite complicated, personally I would like to Katharina Fritsch presented some of his works in my city.

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