Gerhard Richter: Billede efter billede

Gerhard Richter: Image after Image

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark

04 February 2005 - 29 May 2005

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Issue

01 January 2005

Publisher

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark

Details

Hardback, 96 pages

ISBN

8791607094

Language

English

Category

Solo Exhibitions
Artwork
Shadow Picture
Forest Piece (Okinawa) Illustrated: p. 69 (b/w)
Forest Piece (Chile) Illustrated: p. 69 (colour)
Lake Lucerne Illustrated: p. 75 (colour)
Landscape with Little Bridge Illustrated: p. 70 (colour)
Seascape (Cloudy) Illustrated: p. 71 (colour)
Evening Mood Illustrated: p. 72 (colour)
Small Canary Landscape Illustrated: p. 68 (colour)
Townscape PL Mentioned: pp. 39
Illustrated: p. 36 (colour)
Detail (Brown) Illustrated: p. 81 (colour)
Brigid Polk Illustrated: p. 35 (colour)
Study for 324 (Thomas Edward Lawrence) Illustrated: p. 17 (colour)
Red-Blue-Yellow Illustrated: p. 43 (colour)
Grey Mentioned: pp. 39
Illustrated: p. 45 (colour)
Annunciation after Titian Illustrated: p. 58 (colour)
Annunciation after Titian Illustrated: p. 59 (colour)
Annunciation after Titian Illustrated: p. 59 (colour)
Blue Mentioned: pp. 81
Red Mentioned: pp. 81
Yellow Mentioned: pp. 81
Grey Illustrated: p. 44 (colour)

Exhibitions

The book Gerhard Richter. Image after Image accompanied an eponymous exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebaek that honoured Gerhard Richter's œuvre with a large scale exhibition for the first time in Denmark.

In the book the works are divided into topical chapters: portraits, landscapes, constructions and abstract painting are provided with explanatory texts.
Essays by Poul Erik Tøjner and Troels Wörsel, as well as a biography let Richter's artistic development become comprehensible. Studio photographs by Manfred Leve, from 1967 until 1999, also allow insights into Richter's daily work routine.

Text contributions by Poul Erik Tøjner, Mette Marcus and Troels Wörsel.

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Gerhard Richter. Image after Image Holm, Michael Juul / Kold, Anders / Marcus, Mette / Tojner, Paul Erik 2005

Issue

01 January 2005

Publisher

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk

Details

Softcover, 93 pages

ISBN

8791607086

Language

Danish

Category

Solo Exhibitions
Artwork
Shadow Picture Illustrated: p. 39 (colour)
Forest Piece (Okinawa) Illustrated: p. 69 (colour)
Forest Piece (Chile) Illustrated: p. 69 (colour)
Lake Lucerne Illustrated: p. 75 (colour)
Landscape with Little Bridge Illustrated: p. 70 (colour)
Seascape (Cloudy) Illustrated: p. 71 (colour)
Evening Mood Illustrated: p. 72 (colour)
Small Canary Landscape Illustrated: p. 68 (colour)
Townscape PL Mentioned: pp. 39
Illustrated: p. 36 (colour)
Detail (Brown) Mentioned: pp. 81
Brigid Polk Illustrated: p. 35 (colour)
Study for 324 (Thomas Edward Lawrence) Illustrated: p. 17 (colour)
Red-Blue-Yellow Illustrated: p. 43 (colour)
Grey Mentioned: pp. 39
Illustrated: p. 45 (colour)
Annunciation after Titian Illustrated: p. 58 (colour)
Annunciation after Titian Illustrated: p. 59 (colour)
Annunciation after Titian Illustrated: p. 59 (colour)
Blue Mentioned: pp. 81
Red Mentioned: pp. 81
Yellow Mentioned: pp. 81
Grey Illustrated: p. 44 (colour)

Exhibitions

The book Gerhard Richter. Image after Image accompanied an eponymous exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebaek that honoured Gerhard Richter's œuvre with a large scale exhibition for the first time in Denmark.

In the book the works are divided into topical chapters: portraits, landscapes, constructions and abstract painting are provided with explanatory texts.
Essays by Poul Erik Tøjner and Troels Wörsel, as well as a biography let Richter's artistic development become comprehensible. Studio photographs by Manfred Leve, from 1967 until 1999, also allow insights into Richter's daily work routine.

Text contributions by Poul Erik Tøjner, Mette Marcus and Troels Wörsel.

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Gerhard Richter. Billede efter billede Juul Holm, Michael 2005
Er ist immer schon da Honnef, Klaus 2005