From March 4 to July 5, “Gerhard Richter: Painting After All” will be installed across two full floors of the Manhattan institution, featuring iconic works from “Uncle Rudi” (1965) and “Betty” (1977) to newer pieces such as “Grey Mirrors (Four parts)” (2018) and “House of Cards (Five Panes)” (2020). The focal points of the exhibition are two recent series by the artist: “Birkenau” (2014) and “Cage” (2006), both of which will be shown in the United States for the first time. Richter is a living legend. Don’t wait another twenty years to see why firsthand.
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