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Daniel Richter: Paintings Then and Now
Edited with text by Eva Meyer-Hermann. Text by Verena Dengler, Roberto Ohrt, Cord Riechelmann, Max Hollein.
A massive overview of Richter’s expressionistic subversions of history painting across three decades
The first thorough, chronological examination of the artistic career of Berlin-based painter Daniel Richter (born 1962), this nearly 500-page volume reproduces more than 200 paintings across three decades, in five detailed chapters.
Richter's large-scale oil paintings modernize German Expressionism with an energetic, brightly colored and highly textured palette. “Contemporary culture has not only formed the basis of his thinking but has continually informed his works as they transcend elements that make up today's landscape,” Felicity Carter wrote in Forbes; “there's a nod to art history, mass media, politics and of course, the overriding theme of desire and sex.”
Richter’s paintings are included in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Denver Art Museum and the National Gallery of Canada.
STATUS: Forthcoming | 2/28/2023
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USD $95.00 | CAN $130
Pub Date: 2/28/2023