Maria Kossak is a German visual- and performance artist of Polish descent. She studied new media, sculpture and installation at the University of Fine Arts in Berlin. Her academic path included a one-year scholarship at the University of Sydney, Australia in 2006. Kossak lives in Berlin, with her studio being located between the district of Kreuzberg and Neukölln. Her work is part of several international collections.
MAGDALENA – II golden section – (2019)
I breathe life into the Renaissance drawing of the Last Supper by Leonardo DaVinci through the biblically rooted figure of his beloved Mary Magdalen.
MAGDALENA – III golden section – (2019)
DANCING on the CANVAS of art history, I breathe life into the Renaissance drawing by Leonardo DaVinci through the biblically rooted figure of Mary Magdalen.
X – Mas Expectations – St. Nicholas diptych (2018)
St. Nicholas, I beg of you, drop something sweeter in my shoe. And, drive your sleigh, quicker, if I may-
Thank’s good Sir!
The MARRIAGE between the ARTIST and her own VISON
OVIDS Pygmalion and Galatea – retold. The images are part of an installation which is going to be shown at the 2018 NEUKÖLLN ART FESTIVAL in Berlin.
Homage to DUCHAMP and WARHOL
The VENUS of BERLIN INSTALLATION is an hommage to Marcel Duchamp’s concept of the READY MADE and Andy Warhol’s golden MARILYN TONDO.