Harriet Groß

In Harriet Groß's drawings and spatial interventions, everything becomes material, the void as well as the pre-found space with its corners and edges; By her rods, strings,tape, ink and a cutter, she investigates the space. Her focus lies on the margins and boundaries, where she unfolds spaces in-between as fields of possibility using her lines.

She was born in Munich in 1967, studied Medicine at the Free University and Fine Arts at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin and at the Royal College of Art in London. She lives and works in Berlin since 1988.

Her work can be found in the collections of the Kupferstichkabinett Berlin, the Klassikstiftung Herzogin Amalia Bibliothek and the Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea in Santiago de Compostela in Spain and has been exhibited internationally  in galleries, museums and art fairs, among others in Guardini Galerie, Berlin (2020, 2019), Kunstverein Würzburg (2020) S, Paper Gallery Manchester (2020), Kommunale Galerie Berlin (2020), Galerie im Saalbau, Berlin (2019), Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin (2019), Galerie der Deutschen Werkstätten Hellerau, Dresden (2018) S, Torrance Art Museum, Los Angeles, USA (2018), Galerie im Körnerpark, Berlin (2018), Bar Babette (2018, 2015), Gehag Forum, Berlin (2018), Galerie Vincenz Sala, Berlin/Paris (2020, 2018, 2016) S, Schloßkapelle Weimar, Weimar (2017), Kunstverein Tiergarten (2017), Axel Obiger, Berlin (2009 - 2020), Aando Fine Arts, Berlin (2015), Japanisch Deutsches Zentrum Berlin (2014) S, Deutsches Klingen Museum Solingen (2013),  Kunst Galerie Fürth (2010), Conseil Général de la Moselle Metz, Frankreich( 2010) S, Umweltbundesamt Berlin (2010), Preview (2010), Mina Dresden Gallery, San Francisco, USA (2008), Intercity Prag Berlin, Saarländische Galerie, Berlin (2008), Galerie Manes, Prag (2007), Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea , Santiago de Compostela , Spanien (2006, 2003).

Since 2009 she has been running the project space Axel Obiger in Berlin Mitte as a co-founder together with other artist friends in form of an experiment in dialogical form.

Photograph: Marius Spamer

 

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ISBN 978-3-96216-009-8
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