Gerhard Richter. Catalogue Raisonné 1993–2004
|Éditeur||Richter Verlag, Düsseldorf in association with D.A.P Distributed Art Publishers, New York, NY|
|Détails||Relié, 324 pages|
This catalogue raisonné records Richter’s works in the years 1993-2004.
In his work, Gerhard Richter calls into question painting's boundaries, and the labels applied to painting and theories connected with them. In his pictures based on photographs - blurred overpaintings, grey paintings, and landscape and abstract compositions - he makes clear that nothing perceived by our senses can ever be found in a picture. The outer world is not portrayable and the inner one resists any comparison. While his painted works based on photographs illustrate painting's superiority, his glass works - glass panes, paintings on glass, mirrors and sculptures - question the interaction of viewer and picture and, like the paintings, offer a window onto the world. This publication takes account of all the important stages of Richter's oeuvre.
The following artworks are displayed, discussed or mentioned in the book:Trier par
This catalogue was published on the occasion of following exhibitions: