“Art is the highest form of hope”

One of the most famous artists to emerge from post-war Germany is Gerhard Richter. He is known for his prolific, varied, and widely influential painting practice. He has explored the intersection of photography and painting, making figurative canvases based on found images and abstractions that incorporate visual effects of photography. Richter often works at a monumental scale and has made glass panels and stained glass windows. Layering and erasure are often critical to his practice.

P19-2 Cage
Haggadah (P2)