Gerhard Richter 100 Bilder

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Edited by: Hans Ulrich Obrist Texts by: Birgit Pelzer, Guy Tosatto German August 1996, 156 Pages, 103 Ills. Clothbound 219mm x 173mm
ISBN: 978-3-89322-851-5
A compact overview of Gerhard Richter's work from 1993 to 1996. Designed by the artist himself, this book is a long-time best-seller from Hatje Cantz.

This book showcases the recent work of Gerhard Richter. After a short introduction to his early work, featuring pictures which the artist has kept in his studio, the publication gives an almost complete overview of Richter's work from the last three years. In addition to mainly abstract works, a cycle of eight pictures in smaller format of an intimate, private nature developed. Gerhard Richter has already used autobiographic elements in earlier years, but they appear stronger in this sequence of motifs which portray his young wife Sabine with child in a madonna-like attitude. With its full page colored illustrations, this publication, designed by the artist himself, is an extraordinary document of contemporary art. (English edition available 3-7757-9100-0) The artist: Gerhard Richter, born 1932 in Dresden. Studied painting in Dresden. 1961 moved to Düsseldorf, where he studied with Karl Otto Götz. 1971-1995 professor in Düsseldorf. Apart from a number of exhibitions at home and abroad, Gerhard Richter has participated six times in the documenta and twice in the Biennial in Venice.