The 'They Had Taken Things Along To Eat Together' exhibit is comprised of art pieces that use entire rooms as their canvases. Instead of being confined to single objects or other more traditional mediums, artist Katharina Grosse extends her reach in order to create breathtakingly vibrant artworks that stretch the mind as much as they stretch over a space.
Hosted by the Galerie Johann König in Berlin, Germany, the They Had Taken Things Along To Eat Together art exhibit appears to have roots in the graffiti and street art forms. It is almost as though a giant got his hands on some spray paint and went to town with it. Instead, it was created with acrylic materials, which was slathered on the wall, carpet, glass-fiber reinforced plastic, couch and floor.
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