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Paper Works by Andreas KocksGerman artist, Andreas Kocks (born...





















Paper Works by Andreas Kocks

German artist, Andreas Kocks (born 1960) works in massive and meticulously crafted installations of cut paper. Working solely with paper and a limited color palette, Kocks’ forms seek to evoke and balance elements of four artistic genres: the linearity of drawing, the painterly brushstroke, the site-specific element of architecture, and the physicality of sculpture. He lives and works in New York City and Munich and his works can be seen in museums and private collections in Europe and America.


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