Karin Kneffel – Fallstudien

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The artist Karin Kneffel became known in to the wider world in the 1990s with the creation of her distinctive, small-scale animal portraits. In the years that followed, Kneffel took on numerous themes, be it fruit, Roman frescoes spread out behind contemporary viewers, or the integration of Mies van der Rohe’s villas into a pictorial world of mirroring and reflections. This publication is dedicated to Kneffel’s works, and boasting dozens of full-color illustrations, it covers her wide thematic spectrum as an artist.


Hannelore Fischer is the head of the Käthe Kollwitz Museum in Cologne. Walter Grasskamp is a German art critic and a professor of art history at the Universities of Applied Sciences in Münster and Aachen.