The always spectacular artworks of Gerhard Richter, this time from a past exhibition at David Zwirner in New York. Below are pencil drawings, abstract paintings and colored ink drawings interpreted into inkjet prints. The Zwirner exhibition brought together a few of Richter’s last oil paintings with some of them shown in New York for the first time. Richter stopped making oil paintings back on 2017, including his Abstrakes Bilder (Abstract Paintings) series for which he is well known.
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