Berlin: Martin Schmitz Verlag, 2002.
First printing. 126 pp., 8vo. Bilingual text in German and English, with a biography and list of works. Illustrated in full color throughout. Light scuffing to covers, otherwise fine in glossy printed paper over boards. Item #3627
Kruse, whose work moves between painting, objects, installations, music, and performance, was a member of the Berlin-based multimedia, music, and performance group The Deadly Doris, perhaps best known outside Europe through their collaborations with Nan Goldin, who photographed them in Berlin and New York. This monograph surveys the full range of Kruse's work in the fifteen years following the official breakup of the group in 1987. Warmly inscribed by the artist in Berlin in the year after publication.