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Katharina Fritsch

Achterset :Figure in the Garden

Achterset :Figure in the Garden

Viererset I: Figure in the Garden

Viererset I: Figure in the Garden

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Viererset I: Figure in the Garden

Viererset I: Figure in the GardenZoomEdition Gerd HatjeKatharina FritschViererset I: Figure in the Garden

Viererset I: Figure in the Garden

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Viererset I: Figure in the Garden

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Viererset I: Figure in the Garden

Viererset II. Figure in the Garden

Viererset II. Figure in the Garden

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Viererset II. Figure in the Garden

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Viererset II. Figure in the Garden

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Viererset II. Figure in the Garden

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Viererset II. Figure in the Garden

Einzelmotiv Figure in the GardenZoomEdition Gerd HatjeKatharina FritschEinzelmotiv Figure in the Garden

Einzelmotiv Figure in the Garden

A giant, a Madonna, a snake, a pair of skeleton feet, a bishop, a vase, abstracted into the virtual, as it were, through the application of unusual coloration. Katharina Fritsch’s Figurengruppe (Group of Figures, 2008) is the starting point for the show Figure in the Garden, in which the Museum of Modern Art in New York takes a new look at 135 years’ worth of figurative sculpture since Auguste Rodin’s St. John the Baptist Preaching (1878). Bronze sculptures by Max Ernst, Giacometti, Maillol, Matisse, Miró, and Picasso enter into a dialogue with contemporary artists Katharina Fritsch and Tom Otterness as well as with rediscoveries such as German sculptor Renée Sintenis. The Collector’s Edition by Katharina Fritsch that accompanies this volume consists of colored, postcard-size silkscreens of photos of the group of figures in the sculpture garden at the MoMA. The oldest sculpture garden in the world enters into a dialogue with the artist’s work. A very special kind of souvenir, so to speak!

Katharina Fritsch
Achterset :Figure in the Garden

Screen prints mounted on Forex panel
Set of all 8 motifs in folder, with book
Limited edition of 6 + 4 a.p.,
Sheet size: 14.8 x 10.5 cm
All signed and numbered

will not be published

€ 1,200.00

Katharina Fritsch
Viererset I: Figure in the Garden

Figure in the Garden, 2012

Screen prints mounted on Forex panel
Set I /1–4, 4 motifs, in folder, with book

Sheet size: 14,8 x 10,5 cm

Limited edition of 15 + 5 a.p.,

Signed and numbered

will not be published

€ 800.00

Katharina Fritsch
Viererset II. Figure in the Garden

Figure in the Garden, 2012

Screen prints mounted on Forex panel
Set II/5-8, 4 motifs, in folder, with book

Sheet size: 14,8 x 10,5 cm

Limited edition of 15 + 5 a.p.,

Signed and numbered

will not be published

€ 800.00

Katharina Fritsch
Einzelmotiv Figure in the Garden

Figure in the Garden, 2012

Screen print mounted on Forex panel
Single motif, in folder, with book

Sheet size: 14,8 x 10,5 cm

Limited edition of 30 + 5 a.p.,

Signed and numbered

will not be published

€ 240.00

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