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"Abstract Painting (634)" (1987), is reproduced from
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The Eye of the Storm: Gerhard Richter Catalogue Raisonné, Volume 3

In the February 21 New York Times, "Paper Gallery" editor Dana Jennings writes, "We do obsess about the weather. We gab and gossip about it, inhale it via the Weather Channel, brood on it out the kitchen window over morning coffee. The old radio farm reports had it right: Give 'em the weather and the wheat prices, and you got 'em hooked. In much the same way that we can't resist the external weather, the very best artists summon interior weathers that mesmerize us, psychic precip and visceral barometric pressures that move us. Think about Bob Dylan's cryptic winds and Johnny Cash's dark thunder, Emily Dickinson's attic squalls and Billy Collins's amused zephyrs, van Gogh's anguished gusts and Pollock's furious typhoons." Featured image, "Abstract Painting (634)" (1987), is reproduced from Gerhard Richter: Catalogue Raisonné, Volume 3. "Mr. Richter is the tornado and the blizzard of contemporary art, and I can’t tear my eyes from his work," Jennings writes. "Most striking are his abstracts. No. 634 in his “Abstract Painting” series is a canvas to tumble into. It’s a dynamic cosmos of paint and brush strokes: yellows and blues, reds and greens, inhale and exhale."

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