London, South Kensington
14 April 2016
Katja Strunz (B. 1970)
Form & Mal
signed, titled and dated 'Katja Strunz OT., 2004' (on the reverse)
acrylic and wood veneer and metal hinges, in seven parts
98 x 91 3/8 x 12 ½in. (249 x 232 x 32cm.)
Executed in 2004
Galerie Giti Noubakhsch, Berlin.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2005.
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Hamburg, Produzentengalerie, Zwei oder drei Dinge, die ich von ihr weiß, 2004.
Adolf-Luther-Stiftung (ed.), Katja Strunz, London 2007, p. 191 (illustrated in colour, p. 173).
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Please note that the title of this work is Form & Mal and not as stated in the printed catalogue.
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