Alois Kronschlaeger’s work exists at the intersection of art, architecture, fashion and design. Kronschlaeger is best known for his site-specific installations and sculptures, which demonstrate a preoccupation with environment and light, as well as an interest in exploring time and space via geometry. Within the past two years, Kronschlaeger’s work has grown in scale from encompassing the entire horizontal plane of the Cristin Tierney Gallery in New York to spanning the vertical axis of a 4-story abandoned building in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Most recently, he completed Habitat, a 27-part architectural intervention within the deserted habitat dioramas in the former Grand Rapids Public Museum. In 2013, Kronschlaeger will exhibit in Mexico City, Beijing, and he will have his first major solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tucson, Arizona.

Kronschlaeger is represented by Cristin Tierney, 546 West 29th Street, New York, NY 10001.

Rainer Hosch, Allotropisms
Allotropisms, 2011. Photo by Rainer Hosch

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