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Gerhard Richter, Stadtbild (Townscape 102 cm x 92 cm, Catalogue Raisonné: Oil on canvas

abstrahering van een stadsplattegrond...

abstrahering van een stadsplattegrond...

Gerhard Richter, Venice 1985, (Oil on canvas 50cm x 70cm)

Venice (Staircase) [586-3] » Art » Gerhard Richter

Gerhard Richter, "Venedig (Treppe)" ("Venice (Staircase)") 1985 50 cm x 70 cm Oil on canvas

Gerhard Richter, 14. Feb. 45, 2002, 70.5 cm x 55.5 cm, Catalogue Raisonné: 881-4, Photograph behind glass

14. Feb. 45 [881-4] » Art » Gerhard Richter

277 cm x 210 cm, Catalogue Raisonné: Photograph behind glass

Trans-Am Apocalypse No. 2, John Scott, 1994. Car with primer and latex paint incised with the text for the Book of Revelations of Saint Jon the Evangelist, fuxy dice purchased 1994. National Gallery of canada (no. 37493).  http://www.gallery.ca/en/see/collections/artwork.php?mkey=43598

The National Gallery of Canada strives to provide Canadians with a sense of identity and pride in Canada’s rich visual arts heritage and to make art accessible, meaningful and vital to diverse audiences of all ages.

JR | “INSIDE OUT” Project in Hong Kong

JR Launches His "INSIDE OUT" Project in Hong Kong

French artist JR launches 'Pattern', an installation on a Connaught Road footbridge of photo-booth prints taken by a cross-section of Hong Kong citizens

Matthias Weischer

One of the most interesting artists Germany has produced is Tilo Baumgärtel. The Leipzig born and art academy trained artists paints some stunning paintings

Allan Kaprow, Yard, 1961

17 December 2010: Allan Kaprow, YARD, 1961/2009. Selected Exhibition / Reinvention & Interview

In your early paintings and drawings you often smudged the contours. Was that an expression of the difficulty of making a precise statement? Yes, that too. That was also an attempt at getting rid of the personal touch. I wanted to make it as anonymous as a photo. But it was perhaps also the wish for perfection, the unapproachable, which then means loss of immediacy. Something is missing then, though; that is why I gave that up. -Gerhard Richter

Abstract Painting [754-4] » Art » Gerhard Richter

In your early paintings and drawings you often smudged the contours. Was that an expression of the difficulty of making a precise statement? Yes, that too. That was also an attempt at getting rid of the personal touch. I wanted to make it as anonymous as a photo. But it was perhaps also the wish for perfection, the unapproachable, which then means loss of immediacy. Something is missing then, though; that is why I gave that up. -Gerhard Richter

Inside Out in Japan

Earlier this month, an Inside Out Photobooth truck drove from Tokyo to Fukushima. The instant printouts were pasted up across the country.

View of Genoa | The Art Institute of Chicago

View of Genoa | The Art Institute of Chicago

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