Gerhard Richter

Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

26 Sep 2015 – 16 Jan 2016

Regularly cited as the most important painter alive today.

Gerhard Richter, Abstract Painting (809-3), 1994

Richter's ongoing investigation into the process of painting started over 50 years ago. He has mastered a variety of painterly techniques, often using photography as a starting point. As such, Richter is an artist capable of changing the way that we think about painting.

This exhibition examines the breadth and depth of his practice, focusing on the three broad areas of activity in his work: figurative, constructive and abstract. 

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Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery is currently closed for major redevelopment and is set to re-open in spring 2020. We are running a 'Museum On Tour' programme throughout this period featuring a range of offsite events, exhibitions and community projects. Please see website for full details.

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