Mirrors and their reflective, highly symbolic function have informed Richter's work throughout his career. Until now, no publication has focused on the significance of this unique aspect of Richter's prolific artistic output. This volume accompanies the exhibition of Richter's Eight Gray,
the most recent commission at the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin. It features an original essay by preeminent art-historian, Richter expert, and guest curator Benjamin H.D. Buchloh that contextualizes Eight Gray
in the artist's overall body of work. Featuring rarely seen illustrations of Richter's window, mirror, and monochrome works spanning 35 years.
•11" tall x10" wide
•128 pages, 92 illustrations
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