Monica Bonvicini

Texts by Thomas Köhler, Kate Sutton

Berlinische Galerie, Berlin

Publisher: Kerber Verlag.

Hardcover, 23 x 29 cm, 176 pages, English


The renowned artist Monica Bonvicini (*1965) has developed an incisive pictorial language and a cross-media approach over the years. With her installations, drawings, and sculptures, she poses questions with respect to gender and power relationships in quite diverse contexts. She focuses on the fields of architecture and sexuality as well as politics and representation, and reveals how they are interconnected. With her first institutional solo presentation in Berlin, the Berlinische Galerie honors the artist and her particular importance for the city. This exhibition catalogue / artist’s book, with texts on Bonvicini’s oeuvre and numerous illustrations, is being published on the occasion of the site-specific exhibition.