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Gerhard Richter Drawings | Proven ‘Lines which do not exist’ 2020

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Gerhard Richter Drawings | Proven ‘Lines which do not exist’
Gerhard Richter, R.O., 22.1.1984

The Artist: Gerhard Richter

The Show: Lines which do not exist

Exhibition of the artist’s graphite, ink and watercolor drawings at The Drawing Center in New York

September 11 – November 18, 2010

As a painter many critics consider Richter to be unsurpassed among contemporary artists now working. But as this show notes, his drawing practice remains enigmatic and far less well known. The first exhibition of Richter’s drawings in the United States brings together a selection of 50 works on paper from 1966 to 2005. This seldom-exhibited work shows Richter at different stages of his career exploring the pitfalls and potentialities of drawing, revealing another side to his varied practice.

See more at The Drawing Center

Read New York Times critic Holland Cotter’s review of Lines which do not exist.

Gerhard Richter 7 1991
Gerhard Richter, 7, 1991
Gerhard Richter 1999 Drawing
Gerhard Richter, 1999 Drawing
Gerhard Richter Drawing II
Gerhard Richter, Drawing II

The Drawing Center in New York

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