By placing paint on photographs, with all their random and involuntary expressiveness, Gerhard Richter reinforces the unique aspect of each of these mediums and opens a field of tension rich in paradoxes, as old as the couple – painting / photography –which has largely defined modern art. —Centre de la Photographie, Geneve

By placing paint on photographs, with all their random and involuntary expressiveness, Gerhard Richter reinforces the unique aspect of each of these mediums and opens a field of tension rich in paradoxes, as old as the couple – painting / photography –which has largely defined modern art. —Centre de la Photographie, Geneve

Gerhard Richter » Art » Oil on Paper » Untitled

Gerhard Richter » Art » Oil on Paper » Untitled

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