German artist Katharina Grosse used her signature spray-painting artistry on a huge scale by creating 'Rockaway!'. It highlights an abandoned building with four different layers of red and white paint that took seven days to complete, and the results are outstanding. The MoMA’s Chief curator-at-large Klaus Biesenbach commissioned Grosse to create the piece as part of the MoMA’s PS1 program that provides support for Hurricane Sandy victims of the Rockaway, New York area.
Check out more of Katharina's work on her website here.
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