Gerhard Richter

Gerhard Richter's first retrospective in Central Europe opened at the National Gallery in Kinsky Palace, where curators Jiří Fajt and Milena Kalinovska lead the audience through the history of Europe, art and sixty years of one of the most important living artists, from realism to naturalism, pop art, conceptual art to abstraction. Similarly, the identity of the exhibition highlights the diversity of Richter's work, with the widest selection of reproduced images on many variants of applications. They are supplemented by an austere, utterly universal sans serif that automatically fills the space the paintings allow.


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