German artist Harald Kröner works primarily in paper and collage, collecting various scarps and found fragments of paper from his everyday life and transforming them into abstract grids of color and line. Often incorporating color ink, stain, lacquer, spray and enamel, Kröner explores the effects of chance, chaos and elemental harmony.
Kröner has exhibited mainly in Germany, in solo and group exhibitions including Galerie Albrecht, Berlin, Galerie Christoph Abbühl, Solothurn, and Galerie Bernhard Knaus, Frankfurt. He has also taken part to various art fairs including Drawing Now in Paris and the Korean International Art Fair. His work is featured in various German public collections as well as international private collections in Germany, Switzerland, France, Australia and USA.