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Daniel Richter: Huntergrund

Richter, Daniel; Kaiser, Philipp

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ISBN 10: 377571801X / ISBN 13: 9783775718011
Published by Hatje Cantz, Germany, 2006
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Paperback copy published in association with with the Kunstmuseum Basel, Museum of Gegenwartskunst, Basel. Text in German & English. Upper spine edge bumped with one small tear to the wrappers. Interior clean and binding sound. Scarce!. Bookseller Inventory # 33550

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Title: Daniel Richter: Huntergrund

Publisher: Hatje Cantz, Germany

Publication Date: 2006

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Good

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Daniel Richter's earliest paintings depict a colorful, hallucinatory cosmos somewhere between graffiti and objectless abstraction. A few years ago, already a star on the German scene, he opted to shift his focus and devote himself entirely to figuration and historical painting. By taking up and advocating for once-maligned and neglected genres, Richter politicized his paintings--not on the world stage but on the art-world stage--and connected to the art of the 1980s. Richter's most recent works combine set pieces from art history, mass media and pop culture to create his own worlds and narratives. Daniel Richter, conceived and designed in collaboration with the artist, presents selected works from the past five years, up to his latest.

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Daniel Richter was born in Eutin, Germany, in 1962 and today is based in Berlin and Hamburg. His artistic career has been as brief as it has been successful, beginning with his debut at the Berlin gallery Contemporary Fine Arts in 1996. Since then he has had solo shows at Patrick Painter in Los Angeles, Kunsthalle zu Kiel and various galleries in Berlin, Paris, Vienna and Hamburg, and has been included in group shows throughout the United States, Europe and Asia.

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