Gerhard Richter – Catalogue Raisonné vol. 7
600 pages, 25 x 29 cm , 3500 g.
Gerhard Richter – Catalogue Raisonné vol. 7
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The concluding installment of Dietmar Elger and Hatje Cantz’s magisterial Richter catalogue raisonné.

This two-volume publication concludes the seven-volume catalogue raisonné of Gerhard Richter that was released between 2011 and 2022 by Hatje Cantz. The first volume contains all the works from the six previous volumes in full-color illustrations and in a ratio of 1:50. The book provides a generous overview of the oeuvre as a whole, its developments and shifts across various stylistic phases. In the appendix, the volume lists additions and significant corrections. Also published here are Richter's new works produced since the conclusion of Volume 6. The second volume offers an extensive biography as well as comprehensive information on exhibitions and literature, accompanied by numerous illustrations.

Gerhard Richter (born 1932) was born in Dresden, Germany. He studied at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts and then the Düsseldorf Art Academy. His work has been the subject of exhibitions internationally, including touring retrospectives at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf; Tate, London; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; and the Museum of Modern Art, New York, among many others. Richter has worked in sculpture, photography, drawing and painting.
EditorDietmar Elger
PublisherHatje Cantz
CoverCloth in slipcase
LanguageGerman, English
Notea. Survey 1:50, 1962–2023 | b. Biography, Exhibitions, Literature
Article IDart-60494


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