Grünstein / Peter Krauskopf


Apart from Romanticism, Krauskopf’s work is influenced by the Russian Suprematism of Kazimir Malevich, as well as the color-field painting of the New York school, which gave rise to the styles of painters such as Mark Rothko and Barnett Newman, who have long been a subject of interest for Krauskopf.

Krauskopt’s was born in Leipzing in 1996, where he attended the Hochschule für Grafiklaind Buchkunst, and is currently based in Berlin. Since the beginning of his career he has participated in numerous exhibitions in institutions such as Mies der Rohe-Haus, Forum Kunst Rottweil, Kunsthalle Linge, Berlin Clondyke of Canadá and Kunsthaus Kaufbeure, among others. His work can be also seen in numerous private and public collections.