Third Man Begins Digging Through Her Pockets

Third Man Begins Digging Through Her Pockets

Katharina Grosse has created a large-scale artwork for the Donna and Stewart Kohl-Atrium of the MOCA Cleveland's new building.

Emanating through the glass fa├žade onto the city space without, Grosse's wall painting, titled Third Man Begins Digging Through Her Pockets, extends over three floors of London architect Farship Moussavi's building.

This work is the first in a series engaging with the space while also making up part of the museum's inaugural exhibition: Inside Out and From the Ground Up, a group exhibition dedicated to contemporary artistic concerns with architecture, space and surface.

Photos: Tim Safranek Photographics

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