Gerhard Richter

Editionen 1965-2004. Catalogue Raisonné

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Gerhard Richter
Editionen 1965-2004. Catalogue Raisonné

Ed. Stefan Gronert, Hubertus Butin, text(s) by Hubertus Butin, Stefan Gronert, Catharina Manchanda

German

2004. 288 pp., 283 ills.

clothbound

23.70 x 30.60 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-1430-3

Gerhard Richter, who was born in Dresden in 1932, is undoubtedly one of the most outstanding and best-known German artists alive today. Yet, although his paintings are widely exhibited, his editions have attracted relatively little public attention. This catalogue raisonné, compiled through intensive research over a period of many years by art historian Hubertus Butin, Richter's former assistant, documents the full range of graphic and photographic editions as well as the artist's books, multiples, and editions in oil realized by the artist between 1965 and 2004. All works are presented in four-color illustrations for the first time, and three essays shed new light on the significance of Richter's editions within his oeuvre. In the editions, Richter has developed an almost encyclopedic system of pictorial practice, subjecting artistic media, genres, and historical paradigms to wide-ranging analytical reflection. In this process, he channels his deliberations on the changing cultural meanings of image and representation into a critical examination of the complex conditions and possibilities of artistic production in this age. (English edition ISBN 978-3-7757-1431-0) Exhibition schedule: Kunstmuseum Bonn, June 9-September 5, 2004 · Kunstmuseum Luzern, October 16, 2004-January 2, 2005 · Kunsthalle in Emden, January/February-April 10, 2005 · Kunsthalle Tübingen, May 28-July 17, 2005 · Museum der Moderne Salzburg, July 27-October 16, 2005 · The Dallas Museum of Art is organizing a traveling exhibition that will tour the United States beginning in 2006

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