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Gerhard Richter, 724-4 (1990), abstract painting, the basis of digital strip paintings from Gerhard Richter: Patterns ISBN 9781935202981, artist
CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 9/10/2012

Gerhard Richter "Strip Paintings" at Marian Goodman, New York

Wednesday evening, September 12, Marian Goodman gallery opens Gerhard Richter: PAINTING 2012, an exhibition which includes the artist's large-scale digital Strip Paintings, which derive from the single abstract painting "724-4" (1990), featured here. With the help of digital software, Richter divided "724-4" into a series of progressively thinner bands involving 12 stages of division and resulting in 8,190 strips. D.A.P. Publishing's newly released artist's book, Gerhard Richter: Patterns documents the artist's digital breakdown of the original painting. According to Goodman, "From this volume, one can follow the results of Richter's process in action, which focuses on the many sections of the painting. As his plan develops a life of its own, it generates a process of mirroring, repetition and multiplication of ever more reduced sections, until finally a display of more than 4000 patterns are formed, as if the digital process had now assumed the role of sorcerer." Featured image is reproduced from Gerhard Richter: Patterns.

Gerhard Richter: Patterns

Gerhard Richter: Patterns

D.A.P./DISTRIBUTED ART PUBLISHERS
Hbk, 8.25 x 5.5 in. / 488 pgs / illustrated throughout.





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