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Gerhard Richter

Lot 194
Ohne Titel (11.03.08), 2008
29.5 x 20.8 cm

Lot 194
Ohne Titel (11.03.08), 2008
29,5 x 20,8 cm

估计:
€ 90.000 - 120.000
拍卖: -53 天

Ketterer Kunst GmbH & Co KG

城市: Munich
拍卖: 09.12.2022
拍卖编号: 534
拍卖名称: Contemporary Art Day Sale

拍品信息
After the almost random color structures created with the squeegee, Richter began to use glass as image carrier for paintings characterized by controlled chance in 2008. The hard surface of the glass, which does not absorb the paint but lets it flow to find its shape, supports the element of coincidence and at the same time - through the manual transfer print on paper, which can be carried out only once - the alienating element of his art. This way Richter reduces the influence of artistic calculation to a minimum. Only the starting point of each composition is defined by Richter's precise color composition and distribution on the glass surface, the rest is left to the flow properties of the color on the smooth surface. By transferring the glass plate onto paper, the resulting color structure is not only secured for good, but also vice versa, the back is also declared the front and the different streaks of color get a homogeneous, smooth surface from the pressure of the glass, which - even after the glass has been removed - lets them appear strangely distant. The present work is one of the earliest of these experimental and fascinating works on paper created in the course of 2008, and which would be fundamental for the reverse glass paintings Richter began to make the same year. In the serial reverse glass paintings, Richter also declares the luminous, abstract color structures, which are the result of his masterly staged calculated coincidence, the protagonists of his fascinating compositions. For this impressive result, Richter first lets the paint flow onto a Plexiglas support and later intervenes in this accidental process of image formation by using brushes, small rods and spatulas. Finally, Richter transfers the desired section of the resulting composition onto the glass plate using a perfected copying process, which ultimately preserves these marbled color structures. [JS]
Marian Goodman Gallery, New York (with the label on the backing board) Sies Fine Art, Düsseldorf. Private collection Southern Germany (acquired from the above)
Lacquer on printed paper, mounted on backing board. Signed and dated "11.3.08" on the backing board, verso inscribed "11.3.08". 29.5 x 20.8 cm. Backing board: 42,5 x 38,5 cm.
From a series of unique works made on occasion of the travelling exhibition "Abstrakte Bilder" at Museum Ludwig in Cologne and the Haus der Kunst in Munich in 2008/2009. For each of the unique objects, Richter manually transferred a painting executed on a glass panel onto a page of an architecture book. [JS].
- One of the first unique transfer prints executed on glass, seminal for the glass painting period Richter started in 2008. - Marvelous document of Richter's extraordinary technical mastery and innovative energy. - Fascinating interplay of calculation and chance, the transfer print on printed paper creates mysteriously strange color streaks. - For the first time on the international auction market (Source: artprice.com).
The work is registered in the online catalog raisonneé (section "Oil on paper") with the title "11.3.2008" (https://www.gerhard-richter.com). We are grateful to Dr. Dietmar Elger, Gerhard Richter Archive, Dresden, for his kind support in cataloging this lot.
Lot Details
After the almost random color structures created with the squeegee, Richter began to use glass as image carrier for paintings characterized by controlled chance in 2008. The hard surface of the glass, which does not absorb the paint but lets it flow to find its shape, supports the element of coincidence and at the same time - through the manual transfer print on paper, which can be carried out only once - the alienating element of his art. This way Richter reduces the influence of artistic calculation to a minimum. Only the starting point of each composition is defined by Richter's precise color composition and distribution on the glass surface, the rest is left to the flow properties of the color on the smooth surface. By transferring the glass plate onto paper, the resulting color structure is not only secured for good, but also vice versa, the back is also declared the front and the different streaks of color get a homogeneous, smooth surface from the pressure of the glass, which - even after the glass has been removed - lets them appear strangely distant. The present work is one of the earliest of these experimental and fascinating works on paper created in the course of 2008, and which would be fundamental for the reverse glass paintings Richter began to make the same year. In the serial reverse glass paintings, Richter also declares the luminous, abstract color structures, which are the result of his masterly staged calculated coincidence, the protagonists of his fascinating compositions. For this impressive result, Richter first lets the paint flow onto a Plexiglas support and later intervenes in this accidental process of image formation by using brushes, small rods and spatulas. Finally, Richter transfers the desired section of the resulting composition onto the glass plate using a perfected copying process, which ultimately preserves these marbled color structures. [JS]
Marian Goodman Gallery, New York (with the label on the backing board) Sies Fine Art, Düsseldorf. Private collection Southern Germany (acquired from the above)
Lacquer on printed paper, mounted on backing board. Signed and dated "11.3.08" on the backing board, verso inscribed "11.3.08". 29.5 x 20.8 cm. Backing board: 42,5 x 38,5 cm.
From a series of unique works made on occasion of the travelling exhibition "Abstrakte Bilder" at Museum Ludwig in Cologne and the Haus der Kunst in Munich in 2008/2009. For each of the unique objects, Richter manually transferred a painting executed on a glass panel onto a page of an architecture book. [JS].
- One of the first unique transfer prints executed on glass, seminal for the glass painting period Richter started in 2008. - Marvelous document of Richter's extraordinary technical mastery and innovative energy. - Fascinating interplay of calculation and chance, the transfer print on printed paper creates mysteriously strange color streaks. - For the first time on the international auction market (Source: artprice.com).
The work is registered in the online catalog raisonneé (section "Oil on paper") with the title "11.3.2008" (https://www.gerhard-richter.com). We are grateful to Dr. Dietmar Elger, Gerhard Richter Archive, Dresden, for his kind support in cataloging this lot.

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