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Thesis (Ph.D.). - Trinity College, Hartford, CT, 2019

Gewalt und Gedächtnis: An Examination of Gerhard Richter’s 18. Oktober 1977 in Relation to the West German Mass Media McDevitt, Matthew P.  2019

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Thesis (Ph.D.). - University College London, 2019

'Homestories': performing and visualising the familial in West Germany, 1961-1989 Tait, Alexandra Olivia Désirée  2019

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207 pages

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Thesis (Ph.D.). - Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 2014

Gerhard Richter's "Atlas". Themes of tourism, selfhood, and sublime Bulgaru, Orit  2014

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194 pages

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Thesis (Ph.D.). - Plymouth University, Plymouth, 2014

Puncturing the Silence. Painting Over the Found Photograph Chapman, Sarah Lesley  2014

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AVM, München (2014)

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Softcover, 233 pages

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9783954770281

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German

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Thesis (Ph.D.). - Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, 2014

Ein Blick durch Gerhard Richters "Fensterbilder". Eine Untersuchung des Sehens von Kunstwerken Wojtys, Pia  2014

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88 pages

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Thesis (Ph.D.). - Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX, 2013

This thesis addresses these questions: Why did Gerhard Richter choose to paint terrorism, a complex, political, and polarizing theme? How does he convey such a subject, deal with the controversy generated, get the paintings exhibited, and find a permanent home for them? Acclaimed artist Gerhard Richter painted fifteen scenes of the violent Baader-Meinhof Gang that terrorized West Germany from 1968 to 1977. He named his amorphous views of the terrorists and their deaths simply, October 18, 1977, the date the gang leaders died in their prison cells. Research included visits to the German gallery that first exhibited the paintings, the MOMA in New York City, which owns them, and the Tate Modern in London. The author had access to original material in museum archives. Richter was drawn to the theme in part from his experiences growing up in Nazi Germany and may have been seeking validation as a painter of history.

Gerhard Richter's paintings of terrorists. The artist confronts history Cope, Gail W.  2013

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Special binding, 143 pages

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English

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Thesis (Ph.D.). - London Metropolitan University, London, 2013

Contemporary Abstract Painting and Spiritual Experience. An Investigation Through Practice Evans, Michael  2013

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Grin Verlag, München (2013)

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Softcover, 92 pages

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9783656363026

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German

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Die Bedeutung der Farbe in Gerhard Richters Gemäldezyklus "18. Oktober 1977" Frickmann, Elena  2013