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Meyer and Segalot

Meyer and Segalot

Reading the title of this article, some people may think that it is devoted to a couple of artists such as, for example, Auguste Rodin-Camille Claudel or Gilbert and George. But no, it’s really not that. The purpose of this article is to present two powerful people of the art’s […]

Richter’s claim of painting

Richter’s claim of painting

 “I do not intend to obey any system, any tendency ; I have neither program, nor style, nor claim. I like uncertainty, I like infinity and ongoing insecurity”, wrote Gerhard Richter. The exhibition we can currently see at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris is a retrospective celebration for the […]

Gerhard Richter: The bold standard

Gerhard Richter: The bold standard

Waxing lyrical GERHARD RICHTER is the world’s foremost living painter. The German artist, who turns 80 in February, is represented in the collections of the most distinguished modern-art museums and has had a large number of solo retrospectives. The latest, “Panorama”, has just opened at Tate Modern in London and […]