Monika Grzymala was born in Zabrze, Poland, in 1970. She lives and works in Berlin. Between 1990 and 1994 she partecipated at professional training in stone sculpting and restoration, from 1994 until 2001 she attended Visual Art studies at Universities in Karlsruhe, Kassel and Hamburg, Germany. The main theme of Grzymala’s work is the line and drawing in three-dimensional space. In her installations, the artist uses various materials: adhesive tape, paper, wire, and even living trees. She has exhibited in numerous solo show including: Helix (Raumzeichnung Uppsala), permanent site-specific installation, Atrium Hubben Uppsala Science Park, Uppsala (2018); Raumzeichnung (fusion) RMX, site-specific installation presented by Eduardo Secci Contemporary, Arte Fiera, Bologna (2017); Raumzeichnung (Solitär), site-specific installation, Haus der Kunst St. Josef Solothurn, Switzerland (2017); Formationen, Raumzeichungen, Museum Lothar Fischer, Neumarkt i.Opf. Bavaria (2017); ORBITAL MOTION, EACC (Espai d'Art Contemporani de Castelló), Castellón, Spain (2016); Linealogy, Crone Gallery, ARCO, Madrid (2015; Rückbau Villa Zanders Städtische Galerie, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany (2014); Tree of Life, sculptural garden, ongoing roof top project, Woodner Company, Manhattan New York City (2014); Meros Saal der Meisterzeichnung, Kunsthalle (2013); The River II 49 North 6 East FRAC Fonds Regional d'Art Contemporain de Lorraine, Metz (2013); Volumen The Morgan Library & Museum, Gilbert Court (Renzo Piano Extension), New York City (2013); Aerial, Galerie Crone, Berlin (2012); aumzeichnung Sumarria Lunn Gallery, London (2011); Ruptures, The Drawing Room, London (2009); Subterranean Cell Ausstellungsraum Samsa, Berlin (2007). Recent collective exhibitions include: Monika Grzymala, Shannon Bool, Kapwani Kiwanga, MAJ Musee d'Art de Joliette, Joliette Quebec (2018), Drawing in space, Des Moines Art Center, Iowa (2017), Structural Tensions, Eduardo Secci Gallery, Florence (2016); SpaceLiner group exhibition , Arter Space for Art, Istanbul (2015); The Making of Forming Something New generative drawing, Synthesis Reykjavik Art Museum Hafnarhus, Iceland (2014- 2015).

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