Katharina Fritsch – Deeply Psychological

Katharina Fritsch, Mönch (Monk) ,  Dokter (Doctor), 1997-99, Händler (Dealer), 2001 Polyester and paint,~ 76 x 23 x 17 (193 x 58.4 x 43.2) each

Katharina Fritsch, Mönch (Monk) , Dokter (Doctor), 1997-99, Händler (Dealer), 2001 Polyester and paint,~ 76 x 23 x 17" (193 x 58.4 x 43.2) each

“Fritsch’s work often has unsettling religious or quasi-spiritual associations and is deeply psychological, as if she is attempting to give an image to our deepest fears recovered from the world of myth, religion, cultural history and everyday life… Singular forms are often used repeatedly to create a psychotic proliferation…”

‘I find the play between reality and apparition very interesting’, she says, ‘I think my work moves back and forth between these two poles.’  Katharina Fritsch

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